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PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CONSTANTS. 



MELTING AND BOILING POINT 



TABLES. 



BY 



THOMAS CARNELLEY, D.Sc. (LOND.), B.Sc. (VicT.), F.C.S., 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY IN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, DUNDEE. 



VOL. I. 



LONDON: 
PUBLISHED BY HARRISON AND SONS, 59, PALL MALL, 

to % $ttmt anb f.$.|. % |riiut of 
1885. 



LONDON : 

HAKK1SOX AM) SONS, PRINTERS IN ORDINARY TO HKR MAJKKTY, 
ST. MARTIN'S T.ANK. 



THIS WORK 

is 

DEDICATED TO 
. SIR HENRY ENFIELD ROSCOE, .LL.U., 

VICE-PRESIDENT OF THK ROYAL SOCIETY AND PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY IN TDK VICTOHIA UNIVERSITY, 

OWENS COLLEGE, MANCHESTER, 

BY ONE OF HIS OLD STUDENTS, 

IN GRATEFUL REMEMBKAJJCE OF MUCH KINDNESS AND ENCOURAGEMENT RECEIVED FROM HIM 
ON MANY OCCASIONS DURINO^A PERIOD OF NEARLY SEVENTEEN YEARS. 



PREFACE. 



More than eleven years ago I commenced an investigation with the object of tracing, if 
possible, any connection there might exist between the chemical composition and the melting 
and boiling points of inorganic substances. As the data available for this purpose were 
extremely meagre, the determination of a large number of melting and boiling points of 
inorganic bodies became necessary, and this again, on account of the high temperatures required, 
necessitated the invention of new processes for determining these constants. The results of 
these investigations, together with the theoretical conclusions deduced therefrom, were published 
(partly in conjunction with Professor Carleton Williams) in the "Journal of the Chemical 
Society of London," in the " Philosophical Magazine," and other periodicals. The work, 
however, soon became so extended as to include organic as well as inorganic substances, and 
it was with the object of obtaining data for as complete an investigation of this subject as 
possible, that the compilation of the present tables was commenced. This compilation, which 
has already taken eight years of almost continuous labour, was in great part completed without 
any intention of publication, and it was only after the work had been on hand for some years 
that publication was ultimately decided on. 

As is well known, two of the most characteristic properties of substances are the 
temperatures at which they melt and boil, and indeed, as regards organic compounds, are 
those properties by means of which these bodies are most easily recognised and their degree 
of purity ascertained. They are, therefore, almost always the properties to which the chemist 
first directs his attention when dealing with a new or unknown compound, and their determination 
consequently becomes of the greatest importance for both theoretical and practical purposes. 

It therefore appeared probable that the publication of the enormous mass of data, which 
had been collected in the Tables, would be a great convenience to chemists, and especially to 
those working with compounds of carbon. This is more particularly the case, as the data 
referring to many comparatively rare compounds are extremely difficult to find, whilst those 
relating to the same substance not unfrequently vary between somewhat wide limits, so that it 
is very desirable to have all the available data tabulated for comparison, accompanied by references 
to the original papers. 

My object in preparing the Tables has been : First. To present as complete a list as possible 
of all known melting and boiling point data, and at the same time to indicate which of them 
is probably the most exact when there are several determinations referring to the same substance. 
Second. To state as fully as possible the constitution of each substance to which the data refer. 
Third. To adopt such a system of arrangement as would facilitate, as far as possible, the ready 
finding of the data relating to any given substance. Fourth. To give the authority and reference to 



vi PEEFACE. 

the original memoir in each case. The Tables thus form a catalogue also of the literature referring 
to most chemical substances. Fifth. As but comparatively few chemists have sufficiently largi- 
libraries of their own, or can conveniently refer to the original papers in all cases, I have thought 
it desirable to give in addition the reference (if any) to either Watts' " Dictionary of Chemistry," 
or to the " Journal of the Chemical Society of London," or both. This is a feature of the work 
which I believe will be found particularly useful, more especially to British and American 
investigators. 

Such has been my ideal, and though I have spared no pains to carry it out, I am nevertheless 
fully conscious of many shortcomings, but I believe that those who have occasion to use the 
Tables will look on them leniently, in consideration of the great labour which has been expended 
on the compilation, and the extreme difficulty of attaining perfect completeness and consistency 
in dealing with such an enormous mass of material. 

The present is the first of the two volumes in which the Tables are to be published, and 
contains nearly 19,000 separate melting and boiling point data. The two volumes together 
will contain about 50,000 data.* 

The work is divided into three parts : 
I. Elements and Inorganic Compounds. 
II. Organic Compounds. 

III. A number of miscellaneous data referring to melting and boiling, such as complete 
tables of vapour tensions at different temperatures, and of boiling points at different 
pressures for a considerable number of substances ; boiling points of saline solutions ; 
freezing points of cryohydrates, &c. It will also contain lists of the volumes and 
corresponding years of issue of the more important chemical and physical periodicals, 
similar to, but much more extensive than those given in Landolt and Bornstein's 
Tables. 

The volume now issued contains Part I. and a portion of Part II., and therefore includes 
the elements and all inorganic compounds, and those organic compounds which contain not 
more than three elements. The remaining portion of Part II., including organic compounds 
of more than three elements, and the whole of Part III. are consequently dealt with in 
the second volume. 

A few remarks are necessary as regards the system of Tabulation : The main consideration 
has been so to arrange the material as to render the finding of any given substance as simple 
and as easy as possible, and consequently with little or no reference to general chemical 
relationships. 

The arrangement for the most part is therefore strictly empirical, and has been attained 
chiefly by four operations : 

* The only other works, so far as I know, which profess to be collections of melting and boiling point 
data are the following : 

(1) Clarke's Constants of Nature. These come down to 1875, and contain 3,150 melting and boiling point 
data. These Tables deal chiefly with specific gravities. 

(2) Eammelsberg's Handbuch der Krystallographisch-physikalischen Chemie, 1882. This work relates mainly 
to crystallography, and contains only 1,150 melting and boiling point data. 

(3) Landolt and Bornstein's Phydkalwch-Chemische Tabellen, 1883. These are general Tables, and refer 
only to the more common chemical substances. They contain 2,000 melting and boiling point data. 

(4) M.M. Eichter's Tabellen der Kohlenstoff- Verbindunaen nach deren empiricher Zusammensetzung geordnet. 
These come down to May 1883, and are chiefly Tables of the literature referring to carbon compounds. They 
contain 15,100 melting and boiling point data. 



PREFACE. vii 

(1.) Separation into the two great Departments of Inorganic and Organic substances. 

(2.) Separation into Divisions, according to the number of elements contained in the 
substance. 

(3.) Separation of each Division into Groups, each group containing all those compounds 
which are composed of the same elements. 

(4.) Arrangement of the compounds in the same group, the plan adopted in the case of 
organic compounds being necessarily different from that for inorganic substances. The elements 
are arranged alphabetically, according to the first letter of their symbol, inorganic compounds 
of the same group are also alphabetically arranged according to the first letter of the symbol 
of their most positive element. On the other hand, organic compounds belonging to the same 
group are tabulated according to the number of C-atoms, whilst those containing the same number 
of C-atoms are arranged according to the number of the atoms of the element following carbon 
in the formula, and so on. One important result of this arrangement is, that all bodies isomeric 
with one another are placed together. Minor points in the tabulation are more fully indicated 
in the " Explanatory Notes," which with the Table of Contents will doubtless prove a sufficient 
key to the use of the Tables. By means of the above arrangement any substance can be 
readily found in a few seconds. 

As already stated the Tables were at first compiled without any reference to publication, 
and originally the great bulk of the data were taken from Watts' " Dictionary of Chemistry " 
and the "Journal of the Chemical Society." When, however, publication was decided on, all 
such data were checked, when possible, by direct reference to the original memoirs. A small 
number of the data which were taken from second-hand sources, however, could not be checked, 
as the original references were not quoted, so that the authorities and references attached to 
these data are those from which they were actually taken. The references for a few are also 
entirely wanting ; they were among the first collected, and I have not since been able to trace 
them back to their original sources. 

The present volume brings the data down to the Autumn of 1884. 

I shall always be greatly obliged to anyone directing my attention to errors or omissions, 
for I am anxious that the Tables should be as complete and trustworthy as possible. 



THOS. CAENELLEY. 



University College, Dundee. 
June, 1885. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Preface v 

Table of Contents i x 

Explanatory Notes xiii 

List of Abbreviations xvii 

Catalogue of Reference Literature xxi 



MELTING AND BOILING POINT TABLES. 



PART I. 



Elements and Inorganic Compounds. 



PAGE 

I. Elements 2 

II. Compounds containing Two Elements : 



/. Fluorides . 

2. Chlorides . 

3. Bromides . 

4. Iodides . 

5. Oxides . 

6. Sulphides . 

7. Selenides . 

8. Tellurides . 

9. Nitrides 
Phosphides 
Arsenides . 
Silicides . 



XF . 
XC1 
XBr 
XI . 
XO. 

xs . 

XSe 
XTe 
XN. 
XP. 
XAs 
XSi 



15 
15 
20 
22 
23 
26 
26 
26 
27 
27 
27 
27 



III. Compounds containing Three Elements : 

1. Chlorobroniides . . XClBr . 28 



PAGE 

III. Compounds containing Three Elements 

(continued) : 

Chloroiodides . . . XC1I . . 28 

Bromoiodides . . . XBrI . . 28 

2. Double Fluorides . . XYF . . 28 
Double Chlorides . . XYC1 . . 28 
Double Bromides . . XTBr . . 29 
Double Iodides. . . XYI . . 29 

3. Basic Hydroxides . . XHO . . 29 
4a. Oxychlorides . . . XC1O . . 29 
46. Chlorates .... . . 30 
4c. Perchlorates ... . . 31 
5a. Oxybromides . . . XBrO . . 31 
56. Hypobromites and 

Bromates ... . . 31 

6a. Oxyiodiden . . . XIO . . 31 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PART I (continued). 



Elements and Inorganic Compounds. 







PAGE 


III. Compounds containing TJire 


e Elements 




(continued) : 






6b. lodates 


XIO . . 


31 


6c. Periodates .... 




31 


7. Sulphochlorides . 


XC1S. . 


31 


Snlphobromides . 


XBrS . 


32 


Sulphoiodides 


XIS . . 


32 


8a. Oxy sulphides . 


xso . . 


32 


8b. Sulphites .... 


! * * 


32 


Sulphates .... 




32 


Anhydrosulphates . . 




32 


8e. Thiosulphates . 




33 


9. Selenites 


XSeO 


33 


Selenates ... 




33 


/0. Chromates . -. 


XCrO 


33 


Dichromates . 




33 


//. Berates . 


XBO . 


33 


/2a. Nitrites ...... 


XNO. . 


34 


i2b. Nitrates 




34 


iS. Hypophosphites . 


11 

XPO . . 


35 


Phosphites 




35 


Orthophosphates . . 


17 


35 


Pyrophosphates . , . 


11 


35 


Metaphosphates . 


1) 


35 


14. Vanadates . 


xvo . 


36 


/;>. Arsenates . 


XAsO 


36 


i6. Carbonates . 


XCO. . 


36 


/7. Silicates 


XSiO 


36 


IV. Compounds containing Four 


Elements '.- 




i . Double Sulphates 


XYSO . 


37 


Double Selenates . 


XYSeO . 


37 


2. Double Nitrates . . . 


XYNO . 


37 


3. Double Hypophosphites 


XYPO . 


37 


Double Phosphates . 


11 


37 


Double Arsenates 


XYAsO . 


37 


4. Compounds containing 


XHC1S . 


38 


" 


XHC1N . 


38 





XHBrN . 


38 





XHOB . 


38 


>, 


XHON . 


38 


,. 


XHOSi . 


38 



PAGE 

IV. Compounds containing Four Elements 
(continued) : 

5. Compounds containing XClBrO . 38 

XClBrS . 38 

XC10S . 38 

XClOCr . 38 

XC10N . 38 

XC10P . 39 

XC10V . 39 

V. Compounds containing Five Elements . 39 
VI. Metallic Alloys: 

a. Alloys of Two Metals : 

(1) Ag and Au 40 

(2) Ag and Cu 40 

(3) Au and Pt 40 

(4) Bi and Cd 41 

(5) Bi and Pb 41 

(6) Bi and Sn 41 

(7) Cd and Sn 41 

(8) Cu and Sn 41 

(9) Cr and Pb . . . . . . 41 

(10) Amalgams 41 

(11) Pb and Sb 42 

(12) Pb and Sn 42 

(13) Pb and Zn 43 

(14) SbandZn 43 

(15) Sn and Zn 43 

(16) Tl and one other Metal . . 43 

6. Alloys of Three Metals: 

(1) Bi, Cd, and Pb 43 

(2) Bi, Cd, and Tl 43 

(3) Bi, Pb, and Sn 43 

(4) Bi, Pb, and Tl 44 

(5) Bi, Sn, and Tl 44 

(6) Pb, Sn, and Zn 44 

c. Alloys of Four Metals : 

(1) Bi, Cd, Pb, and Sn . . . 45 

(2) Bi, Hg, Pb, and Sn . . . 45 
VII. Alloys of Inorganic Compounds: 

(a) Alloys of Two Compounds . . 46 

(6) Alloys of Three Compounds . . 46 



TABLE OP CONTENTS. 



PAKT II. 



Organic Compounds* 



PAGE 

I. Compounds containing Two Elements: 

/. CH 48 

2. CGI 88 

CBr . 89 

CI 89 

3. CO 90 

CS 90 

4. CN 91 

II. Compounds containing Three Elements: 

1. CHF . . ." 92 

2. CHC1 ........... 92 

3. CHBr 113 

4. CHI . . 130 

.5. CHO 135 

C. CHS 309 

7. CHSe 314 

CHTe 314 

8. CHN 314 



PAGE 

II. Compounds containing Three Elements 
(contimied) : 

9. CHP 348 

10. CHAs 349 

CHSb 349 

CHBi 349 

//. CClBr .350 

CC10 350 

CC1S 351 

CC1N ' .... 351 

12. CBrI 7 .... 351 

CBrO 351 

CBrS . . . . . .. . ' . . . . 351 

CBrN 352 

13. COS . . 352 

CON 352 

CSN 352 

CNP . 352 



* Organic compounds containing Al, Au, B, Be, Cd, Hg, K, Mg, Na, Pb, Ft, Si, Sh, Ti, Tl, W, Zn, &c., i.e., Element? 
belonging to Groups other than V., VI., and VII. of Mendeljeff's " Table of the Natural Classification of the Elements," will 
be found under " Compounds containing Special Elements" at the end of Part II., Vol. II. 



I xin 



EXPLANATORY NOTES. 



1. To find any given substance. If the substance is an element look for it in Part I. under Elements, 
bearing in mind that the latter are arranged alphabetically according to the first letter, not of the name, 
but of the symbol. 

2. If the substance is a compound look for it in Part I. or Part II. of the Tables, according as it is an 
inorganic or organic compound. N.B. All compounds containing carbon, except metallic carbonates, 
are included under organic compounds. 

3. Knowing the number and nature of the elements which the compound contains, find the group 
of compounds containing those elements by reference to the Table of Contents, p. ix. 

To render this as easy as possible, the elements are first given, then compounds containing two 
elements, then those containing three, and so on. 

(a.) Inorganic compounds containing two elements are arranged in groups according to the valency 
and atomic weight of the negative element, thus, compounds containing a monovalent negative element 
are placed first, beginning with fluorides, i.e., with the negative monovalent element of lowest atomic 
weight, then chlorides, next bromides, &c., after which come compounds containing a divalent negative 
element, beginning with oxides, and following on with sulphides, selenides, &c., and so on. 

A similar principle is also adopted in the case of compounds containing more than two elements. 

(6.) Organic compounds. Carbon being the dominating element always heads a formula. Organic 
compounds containing two elements come first and are arranged in groups according to the valency and 
atomic weight of the element other than carbon. Thus we begin with those compounds which contain 
one monovalent element, starting with the compounds of C and H, followed by those of C and Cl, then 
those of C and Br, C and I ; after which we have compounds containing a divalent element, beginning 
with that with the least atomic weight, and so on. 

Organic compounds containing three elements are also arranged on a similar principle. Compounds 
containing C and H and one other element come first, arranged according to the valency and atomic 
weight of the third element ; after which we have the compounds of C and Cl with a third element, 
arranged according to the valency and atomic weight of this third element; then we have the compounds 
of C and Br with a third element also arranged in a similar way, and so on. 

The same system is also adopted in Volume II., which, when published, will embrace carbon 
compounds containing more than three elements. 

4. Having found, by means of the Table of Contents, the group* of compounds to which the substance 
sought belongs, the latter is easily found, for : 

(a.) Inorganic compounds in the same group are arranged alphabetically according to the first letter 
of the symbol of the most positive element. 

(6.) Organic compounds in the same group are arranged according to the number of carbon atoms. 
Those compounds containing the same number of carbon atoms are then arranged according to the 
number of atoms of the element following carbon in the formula, and so on. 

Example (1). Suppose diacetoxyanthraquinone, C 18 tJ 13 6 , were required. Being an organic compound 
containing three elements, we should find by the Table of Contents that it belonged to the Ilnd Division 
of Part II., and further that it belonged to group 5 of this division, which embraces compounds 

* i.e., compounds containing the same elements. 



xiv EXPLANATORY NOTES. 

containing C, H, and 0. This group according to the Table of Contents commences on p. 135. Turning 
to this page we follow, in the column of formate, the arrangement of the C-atoms until we come to those 
compounds containing 18 atoms of carbon, after which we follow the order of the H-atoms until we come 
to those compounds containing 18 atoms of carbon and 12 of hydrogen, and finally by following the 
arrangement of the 0-atoms we reach the isomeric compounds of the formula C 18 H 12 6 , among which the 
required compound is readily found. 

Example (2). Suppose hydrogen lithium sulphate, HLiSO 4 , were required. Being an inorganic 
compound containing four elements, we should find by the Table of Contents that it belonged to 
Division IV., Part I.; and further, being a double sulphate, it would belong to group 1 of that division, 
and hence would be found on p. 37, where it would occur under letter H, that being the first letter of 
the symbol of hydrogen, which alphabetically comes before lithium, the other variable element in the 
double sulphate. 

5. If a substance contains water of crystallization this is not taken into account in reckoning the 
number of elements in a compound. In all other cases of molecular or additive compounds, such as 
those containing alcohol or benzene of crystallization, picrates, &c., all the elements present are 
reckoned. 

6. Alloys of metals or of two or more inorganic compounds will be found at the end of Part I., 
arranged alphabetically by symbols, according to the number of metals or compounds in the alloy. 

7. Polymeric compounds, the molecular weights of which are known, are always found under the 
molecular formulas, and sometimes under both the molecular and empirical formulae. Polymeric 
compounds, the molecular weights of which are not known, are found under their empirical formulas. 

8. Isomeric compounds are usually arranged according to their chemical relationships, generally as 
follows : (1.) Paraffin series. (2.) Olefine series, &c. (3.) Aromatic compounds. (4.) Those of 
unknown constitution. 

Aromatic compounds again are arranged thus: (1.) Those containing only one ring. (2.) Those 
containing two rings, as diphenyl. (3.) Naphthalene derivatives. (4.) Anthracene derivatives, &c. 
And finally aromatic compounds belonging to the same general class are arranged according to the 
number of side chains they contain, those with only one side chain being placed first. 

9. When there are several data referring to the same substance, these data are generally arranged in 
the order of size, and that which is considered to be the most exact is put in italics. 

10. All temperatures are represented on the centigrade scale. 

11. All numbers representing pressures are placed in brackets, and all numbers placed in brackets in the 
boiling point column indicate pressures. All pressures, except when otherwise stated, are in millimetre!'. 
Thus 210 (740) in the boiling point column would indicate that the substance boiled at 210 C. under a 
pressure of 740 m.m., whilst 210 (3 ats.) would mean that the substance boiled at 210 C. under a 
pressure of 3 atmospheres. 

12. As regards nomenclature compounds are usually placed under their scientific name, the popular 
or other alternative name being frequently placed in brackets. 

13. If the nature and number of elements in a compound be unknown it will be found under its 
name in the General Index at the end of Vol. II. This index will only include root-compounds, so that 
if the substance sought be a derived compound the formula of its root-compound must be found from 
the General Index, from which its own formula may be easily deduced, and thence found in the ordinary 
way. 

14. Compounds, the formulce of which have not been determined, but whose elementary composition is 
known, are placed at the end of their respective groups. 

15. In regard to the Reference Columns of the Tables, the page given is usually that upon which a 
given determination is to be found, but occasionally it is that at which a paper begins. The last column 
of the Tables gives the reference (if any) to Watts' Dictionary of Chemistry or to the Journal of the 
Chemical Society of London, and is for the convenience of those who are unable to refer to the original 
papers. 



EXPLANATORY NOTES. 



XV 



Bemarks on the Notation Employed. 

16. As a rule the orientation of the side-chains in benzene derivatives is represented by numerals, 
which are always used in the order : 



The term ortho- is always applied to the positions 2 and 6 in relation to position 1. 
., meta- ,, ,, 3 and 5 ,, ,, 

para- 4 

17. In the case of diphenyl the position of the side-chains is indicated as follows: The C-atoms 
uniting the two rings are each known as 1, the other C-atoms being numbered as in the case of benzene, 
thus : 



\! 



A semicolon (;) is used to show whether the side-chains are in both or in only one ring. Thus 
C fi H 4 Br.C 6 H 4 Br=1.3; 1.4 would indicate the dibromdiphenyl 

Br 




whilst C 6 H 5 .C fi H 3 Br 2 =1.2.4; or C 6 H 3 PhBr 2 = 1.2.4 would indicate the dibromdiphenyl 

Br 




If the complete orientation was undetermined and only the distribution between the two rings 
known, such a fact would be represented by means of the semicolon. 

Thus, Cl ; C1 3 would indicate the constitution of a tetrachlordiphenyl, and would mean that one of 
the chlorine atoms was in one ring and three in the other ring ; whilst C1 4 ; would mean that all four 
chlorine atoms were in the same ring. These facts, however, may also be represented by C H 4 C1.C 6 H 2 CI :! 
and C 6 H 3 .C 6 HC1 4 respectively. 

18. In tlie case of naphthalene the positions are represented as follows : 




If the symbols are follmved by a semicolon, thus: a^; it would indicate that the side-chains were 
in the same ring ; if however the symbols are separated by a semicolon, thus : j ; /3 3 it would indicate 
that the substitution had occurred in each ring. The following examples will illustrate the use of this 
notation in the case of the chlor-derivatives of naphthalene : 

C 1(l H 6 Clo=Cl; Cl would indicate a di-chlor-derivative in which there was a Cl-atom in each ring, but 
that their position in the rings was unknown. 



EXPLANATORY NOTES. 



C 10 H C C1 3 =CI 3 ; would indicate that both Cl-atoms were in the same ring, but in unknown positions. 
C 10 H 6 Cl 3 =a 1 /3 3 ; would indicate that both Cl-atoms were in the same ring, and also their position in the 

ring. 
C 10 H 6 C1 3 = 1 ; ft would indicate that there was a Cl-atom in each ring, and that one of these was in the 

aj-position, whilst the other was in one of the two /:) positions, but which of the 

two was unknown. 
C 10 H 6 C] a =/3 would indicate that the constitution was unknown, except in so far as that one Cl-atom was 

in a /3-position. 
C 10 H 5 C1 3 =C1 2 ;< 1 would indicate that two of the Cl-atoms were in the same ring but in unknown 

positions, and that the third Cl-atom was in the other ring in the ^-position. 
Ci H 4 Cl 4 = Cl ; Cl would indicate that two of the Cl-atoms were in separate rings but in unknown 

positions. 
C 10 H 5 Cl 3 =/3.r ;/3j would indicate a trichlornaphthalene in which one Cl-atom was in the /3 r position in 

one ring; the other two Cl-atoms being in the other ring, and that of these one 

was in one of the /J-positions, whilst the position of the other Cl-atom in the ring 

was unknown. 
(' 10 H 7 Cl 5 =a 1 a 1 a.,/3 1 /3 3 ; would indicate a chlornaphthalene tetrachloride, in which all five Cl-atoms were in 

one ring, two of them being attached to the same C-atom in the ^-position. 
19. In tJic case of anthracene the positions are represented thus : 
The dibytiroxyanthraquinone 



/\ 



V 



\ 



CO / 



CO 



OH OH 

would be C 6 H 3 (OH):(CO) 2 :C 6 H 3 (OH) = 3.2.1; 1.2.3 or = (1.2.3) 2 . 
The dihydroxyanthraquinone 



OH 

I 



V 



co 



eo- 



\/ 

OH 
would be C ft H 4 : (C0) 2 : C 6 H 3 (OH) 2 =2.1 ; 1.2.3.6. 

'20. A rfz-orf/to-compound is indicated by (1.2) 2 and a dipara- by (1.4) 2 , and so on. 

In indicating the orientation in such a formula as C 6 H 4 .CH(OH).C 6 H 3 (OH).CH 3 =2.1 ; 1.2.3, the 

side-chains are taken strictly in the order in which they occur on the horizontal line, so that the above 
would represent the compound 

/X/CHCOH) 



\ 



HO- 



/\CH, 






Finally such a formula as C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .C 6 H 3 .COOEt=(1.2) 2 .3 would represent the compound- 

COOEt 






A 

-OH,,/ S 



\/ 



"\ 



V 



[ xvii ] 



LIST OP ABBREVIATIONS. 



a. = above. When placed before a number it indicates that the substance melts or boils above 

that temperature. If placed before the symbol of an element or compound it indicates 

that the substance melts or boils at a higher temperature than that element or 

compound. 

abt. = about, and indicates that the temperature to which it is attached is only approximate. 
Ac. = acetyl = C 3 H 3 0, i.e., CH 3 .CO. 
a. f. = after fusion, and indicates that the determination has been made with a sample of the 

substance which has been fused and allowed to solidify. 

a. s. = after sublimation, and indicates that the determination has been made with some of the 

substance after sublimation, 
ats. = atmospheres, and refers to pressures. 

b. = below, and indicates that the substance melts or boils below the temperature before which it 

is placed. If placed before the symbol of an element or compound it indicates that the 
substance melts or boils at a lower temperature than that element or compound. 

b. p. = boiling point. 

Bu = butyl = C 4 H 9 , without indicating the constitution of the butyl radicle. 
Bu = normal butyl = (CH,5.CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 ) - 
Bu0 = isobutyl = (CHg^.CH.CRj- 
Bz = benzoyl = C 7 H 5 = (C 6 H 5 .CO)- 

f = corrected, when placed after a number. 
c.< = condenses, when placed before a number in the boiling point column, and indicates that the 

substance condenses to a liquid at that temperature, 
calcd. = calculated. 
cond. = condenses, see c. 
cor. = corrected. 

c. p. = critical pressure. 

cryst. = crystallizes or crystalline. 
c. t. = critical temperature. 

d. = decomposes, and when placed after a number indicates that the substance melts or boils at 
that temperature with decomposition ; but when placed before a number it indicates that 
the substance decomposes at that temperature, without any reference as to whether it 
boils or melts. 

d. a. = decomposes above, and is employed like d. (q.v.). 
d. b. = decomposes below, ibid. 

(d. p.) = diminished pressure, and indicates that the boiling point to which it is attached was 
determined under diminished pressure. 



xviii LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS. 

d. w. m. = decomposes without melting, at the temperature before which it is placed. 

Et = ethyl = C 2 H 5 . 
f. m. = freezing mixture. 
Fr. or fr. = front. 
Ht. or ht. = heal, thus, red ht. = red heat. 

(i. v.) = in vacua. 
L. or 1. = liquid, and when placed before a number indicates that the substance remains liquid at ha t 

temperature, thus, 1. 10 means "remains liquid at 10" and not " liquifies at 10." 
1. a. = liquid above, and indicates that the substance is a liquid above the temperature before which 

it is placed. 
1. f. m. = liquid in a freezing mixture, and indicates that the substance remains liquid when placed in a 

freezing mixture of salt and ice. 
m. = meta- 
m. a. = much above, and when placed before a number indicates that the substance boils or melts 

much above that temperature, 
m. b. = much below, and is employed with a similar signification to m. a. 

Me = methyl = CH 3 . 
m. p. = melting point. 
n. f. = non-fusible, and when placed before a number indicates that the substance is not fusible at 

that temperature, 
n. v. = non-volatile. 

o. = ortho- 

(o. p.) = ordinary pressure. 
o. t. = ordinary temperature. 

p. = para- 

p. d. = partly decomposed, and when placed after a number indicates that the substance boils or 
melts at that temperature with partial decomposition ; but when placed before a number 
it indicates that the substance is partly decomposed at that temperature, without any 
reference to boiling or melting. 
Ph = phenyl = C 6 H 6 . 

Pr = propyl = C 3 H 7 , without indicating the constitution of the radicle. 
Pr normal propyl = CH 3 .CHo.CH 2 
PrP = isopropyl = (CH 3 ) 2 CH 
r. = reduced, and when placed after a number shows that the pressure which that number 

indicates has been reduced to C. 
r.s. = resolidifies. 

s. = solidifies, indicating when placed before a number that the substance solidifies at that 
temperature. 



{= slightly above, when placed in the boiling point column. 
= solidifies above, when placed in the melting point column. 
r = slightly below, when placed in the boiling point column. 

9. D. s 



solidifies below, when placed in the melting point column, 
sb. = sublimes, and indicates that the substance sublimes at the temperature before which it is 

placed. 
8. d. = slightly decomposed, and indicates that the substance melts or boils at the temperature before 

which it is placed with slight decomposition, 
sf. = softens, and indicates that the substance softens at the temperature before which it is 

placed. 
8. f. m. = solidifies in a freezing mixture of salt and ice. 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS. . xix 

s. t. = in a sealed tube, and indicates that the melting point to which it is attached was determined 

in a sealed tube. 
w. m. = sublimes witliout melting, and when placed before a number indicates that the substance 

sublimes at that temperature without melting. 
u.c. = uncorrected. 

v. = volatile, volatilizes. 
v. a. = volatile above. 
v. b. = volatile below. 
vol. liq. = volatile liquid. 
v. t. = vapour tension. 

+ placed after a number in the melting point column means that the substance melts slightly 

above that temperature. 

T] or [ ] when placed in either the " name " or " constitution " column indicates that the substance is 
active towards polarized light. [ + ] that it turns the plane to the right, and [ ] that 
it turns the plane to the left. 



[ xxi ] 



CATALOGUE OF REFERENCE LITERATURE 

(WITH ABBREVIATIONS). 



Two numbers only affixed in either of the reference columns indicate the " Journal of the Chemical 
Society of London " or " Watts' Dictionary of Chemistry ; " in the latter case the number of the volume 
is given in Roman type. Thus, vii., 206 would mean p. 206 of the 7th volume of the Dictionary, whilst 
25, 310 would mean p. 310 of the 25th volume of the Journal of the Chemical Society. 

The following abbreviations are employed in other cases : 

A. . . . . . . Annalen der Ohemie und Pharmacie. Ed. by Wohler and Liebig ; afterwards by 

Wohler, Liebig, and Kopp, and later by Wohler, Hofmann, Kekule, Erlen- 
meyer, and Volhard, 1832-84; 226 vols. (Liebig's Annalen.) (Leipzig and 
Heidelberg.) 

A. C. . . . . Annales de Chimie et de Physique. Ed. by Chevreul, Dumas, Boussingault, 

Wurtz, Berthelot, and Pasteur, 1789-1884. 1st series, 96 vols.; 2nd series, 
75 vols.; 3rd series, 69 vols.; 4th series, 30 vols.; 5th series, 30 vols. (Paris.) 

A. C. J. . . . . American Chemical Journal. Ed. by Remsen, 1879-84 ; 6 vols. (Baltimore.) 

A. C. P. . . See A. C. 

A. I. V. . . . . Atti del B. Institute Venato. 

A. J. S. . . American Journal of Science and Arts. Ed. by Silliman. 

An. . . . . " Analyst, including the Proceedings of the Society of Public Analysts." Ed. by 

Wigner and Muter, 1876-84; 9 vols. (London.) 

Ann. Phil. . . . . " Annals of Philosophy, or Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Sfc." Ed. by 

Thomson, 1813-20; 16 vols. New series. Ed. by Phillips, 1821-26; 12 vols. 
(London.) 

A. P. .. Archiv. fur Pharmacie. Ed. by Trier, 1844-SO ; 37 vols. (Kjobenhaven.) 

As. . . . . Supplement to Annalen der Chemie und Pharmacie (q.v.), 1861-72 ; 8 vols. 

A. S. C. A. . . . . Annales de la Societa Gientifica Argentia. 

A. S. S. B. . . . . Annales de la 'Societe Scientifique de Bruxelles, 1877- 

B. .. .. .. Berichte der Deutschen Ghemischen GesellscJuift zu Be rlin, 1868-84 ; 17 vols. 

B. A. B. . . . - Bulletin de I'Academie Belgique (Brussels). 

B. A. R. . . . . British Association Reports, 1833-84 (London). 

B. A. St. P See B. P. 

B. B. . . . . Bulletins de I'Academie Itoyale de Science de Bruxelles (Brussels). 

B. C. . . . . . . Biedermann's Central-Blatt. 

B. J. . . . . Berzelius Jahresbericht, 1822-51 ; 30 vols. (Tiibigen.) 

B. M. . . . . Berlin Monatschrift (?). 



CATALOGUE OF REFERENCE LITERATURE. 



B. P 

B. S. or B. S. C. . . 
C 

C. C 

C. C. P. 

C. E. T. 

C. G. orChem. Gaz.. . 

C. N 

Co. C 

C. R 

C. S. M. or C. S. Mem. 

D. P. . . 

E. N 

Erd. J. 

G. A 

Ger. Pharm. 

G.H 

G. I 

Gilb. Ann. . . 
G. J. C. 



Gm. .. 
Gm. Kr. 
G. P. . . 
G. S. P. 
G. T. . . 
Handw. 
I. D. . . 
J. 



J. F. P. 

J. p. or J. p. C. 

J. P. or J. Ph. 
J. p. Ph. 

J. R. or J. R. C. S. 
J. Z. or J. Z. N. 



K. D. M. 
K. L. . . 
L. 



Bulletin de V Academic Imperials des Sciences de St. Petersbourg. 

Bulletin de la Societe Chimiyue de Paris, 1859-84; 40 vols. 

II Cimento, giornale di Fisica, Chimica, e Storia Naturale. 

Chemisehes Central-Blatt (Leipzig). 

Chemical Physics. By Josiah Cooke, 1860 (Boston). 

Clarice's Engineers' Tables. 

Chemical Gazette. Ed. by Francis, 1842-47; 5 vols. (London.) 

Chemical News. Ed. by Crookes, 1860-84; 50 vols. (London.) 

Comptes Chimiqwes. 

Comptes Rendus hebdomadaires des Seances de I' Academic des Sciences, 1835-84: 

99 vols. (Paris.) 
Chemical Society's Memoirs (London) . N.B. In the Tables these are generally 

included in the Journal of the Chemical Society. 
Polytechnisches Journal. Ed. by Dingier, and afterwards by Zeman and Fischer, 

1820-84; 254 vols. (Augsburg.) 

The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal. Ed. by Jameson, 1826. 
Journal fur praktische Chemie. Ed. by Erdmann (afterwards by Kolbe), 1834-69 : 

108 vols. (Leipzig.) (See J. p.) 
See Gilb. Ann. 
German Pharmacopioea. 

Text-book of Organic Chemistry. By Strecker-Wislicenus, translated by Green- 
away and Hodgkinson, 1881 (London). 
Gazzetta Chimica Italiana, 1871-84 (Palermo). 

Annalen der Physik. Ed. by Gilbert, 1799-1824 ; 76 vols. (Halle and Leipzig.) 
Jahresbericht uber die Fortschritte der Chemie. Ed. by Fittica (Giessen). N.B. 

Some few data have been entered by mistake under G. J. C. instead of 

under J. 

Gmelin's Handbook of Chemistry, translated by Watts (London). 
Gmelin-Kraut Hand-buck der Chemie. 
Ganot's Physics, translated by Atkinson, 1881 (London). 
Giomale di Scienze Nat. ed. econom. di Palermo. 
Gerhardt's Traite de Chimie (Paris). 
Handwbrterbueh der Chemie. By (?). 

Inaugural Dissertation (followed by name of University and date). 
Jahresbericht uber die Fortschrilte der Chemie. By Liebig and Kopp, afterwards 

by Kopp and Will (Giessen). N.B. Some few data have been entered by 

mistake under J. instead of under G. J. C. 
See J. p. 
Journal fiir praktische Chemie. Ed. by Kolbe, 1870-84; 30 vols. (Leipzig.) 

See Erd. J. 

Journal de Pharmacie et de Chimie (Paris). 
Jahresbericht fiir Pharmacie. 
Journal of the Russian Chemical Society, 
Jenaische Zeitschrift fiir Medicin nnd Natururissenschaft, herausg. v. der 

Medicinisch-Wissenschaftlichen Gesellsehaft zu Jena. Commences, 1864. 

(Leipzig.) 

Knight's Dictionary of Mechanics (London). 
KekuJe's Lehrbuch der Organischen Chemie. 
The Laboratory, a Weekl// Record of Scientific Research, Vol. I., 1867 (London). 



CATALOGUE OF REFERENCE LITERATURE. xxiii 

L. B. J. . . . . Leonhard and Brown's Jahrbuch. 

Lehrb See K. L. 

L. V. S. or Lw. . . Landsivirthschaft Versuchs-Stationen. 

M. A. A. . . . . Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Boston). 

M. A. S. . . . . Metnoires de V 'Academic des Sciences (Paris). 

M. C. . . . . , . Wiener Monatshefte, Sitzungsberichte der Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftlichen 

Klasse der Academie der Wissenschaft zu Wien. 

M. C. M Mott's Chemists' Manual, 1877 (New York). 

Mem. A. A. . . . . See M. A. A. 

M. P. . . . . . . Proceedings of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society (Manchester). 

N. . . . . . . Nature, a Weekly Jmirnal of Science, 1870-84 (London). 

N. B. A N. Br. Arch. (?). 

N. C. . . . . Nuovo Gimento (?). 

N. H. C. . . . . Neues Handworterbuch der Chemie (?). 

N. J. or Ni. J. . . Journal of Natural Philosophy. Ed. by Nicholson, 1802-13 ; 34 vols. (London.) 

N. J. P. . . . . Neues Jahresbericht der Pharmacie. 

N. J. T. . . . . Neues Journal v. Trommsdorff. 

N. R. P. . . . . Neues Rep. Pharm. 

O. O. C. . . Odling's Outlines of Chemistry, 1870 (London). 

P. A. . . . . . . Annalen der Physik und Chemie. Ed. by Poggendorff, 1824-77 (Leipzig). 

P. A. B. . . See B. P. 

P. A. eb. . . . . Poggendorff' s Annalen Erganzungsband. See P. A. 

P. J. or P. J. T. . . Pharmaceutical Journal and Transactions (London). 

P. M Philosophic^ Magazine, 1798-1884 (London). 

P. R. or P. R. S. . . Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 1832-84. 

P. R. S. E. . . . . Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. 

P. T. . . . . . . Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1781-1884. 

Q. J. S. . . . . Quarterly Journal of Science, 1816-31 (Royal Institution, London). 

R. . . Repetoire de Chimie pure. Ed. by Ad. Wurtz, 1859-62 (Paris). 

R. A. T. . . . . Atti della R. Academia delle Scienze, Torino, 1865- 

R. C. P See R. 

R. K. T. . . . . Richter's Tabellen der Kohlenstoff-Verbindungen, 1884 (Berlin). 

R. P. . . . . . . Repertorium fur die Pharmacie. Ed. by Gehlen, and afterwards by Buchner. 

R. S. . . . . . . Revue Scientijique (Paris). 

R. T. . . . . Recueil des travaux Chemiques des Pays-Bos. 

S. J. . . . . See A. J. S. 

Sch. J. or Sw. J. . . Journal fur Chemie und Physik. Ed. by Schweigger, 1811-33 ; 69 vols. (Nurn- 

berg and Halle.) 

T. C. . . . . Roseoe and Schorlemmer' s Treatise on Chemistry (London). 

T. E. . . . . . . Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. 

U. P. . . . . . . L' Union Pharmaceutique (?). 

V. p. P. . . . . Vierteljahfs pr. Pharmacie (?). 

W. .. .. .. Annalen der Physik und Chemie. Ed. by Wiedemann, 1877-84; 23 vols. 

(Leipzig.) 

W. A. . . . . Sitzungsberichte der Kalserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften zv, Wien. Math. 

Natw. Classe, 1848-84 ; 90 vols. cf. M. C. 

W. A. C. P See W. 

W. A. C. P. B. . . See W. B. 

W. B. . . . . Beibldtter der Annalen der Physik und Chemie. Ed. by Wiedemann (Leipzig). 



xxiv CATALOGUE OF REFERENCE LITERATURE. 

Wied. Ann See W. 

Wied. A. B See W. 13. 

W. M. . . . . Wiener Monatshefte fur Chemie. See M. C. 

Z. A. C. .. .. Zeitschrift fiir Analytische Chemie. Ed. by Fresenins, 1862-84; 23 vols. 

(Wiesbaden.) 
Z; B. . . . . . . Zeitschrift fiir Biologie. Ed. by Buhl, Pettenkofer, and Yoit, 1865-84 ; 20 voJs. 

(Miinchen.) 
Z. C. . . .. Zeitschrift fiir Chemie. Ed. by Beilstein, Fittig, and Hiibner (Leipzig). N.B. 

A few references are entered by mistake under Z. C. instead of under Z. A. C. 
Z. C. P. . . Zeitschrift fiir CJiemie und Pharmacie. Ed. by Erlenmeyer and Lewinstein 

(Erlangen and Heidelberg). 

Z. g. N. .. .. Zeitschrift fiir die gesatumten Wissenschaften (?). 

Z. P. C. .. Zeitschrift fiir PhysiologiscJte CJiemie. Ed. by Hoppe-Seyler (Slrassburg). 



PART I. 



ELEMENTS AND INORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 






I. ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Silver 


Commercial 
.... 

Pure 

Under pressure 

Pure 


Ag 

> 
Jl 
tt 

11 

)) 


n 

j 
j> 
j) 
> 

j 

j> 

i) 






Al 
j 
u 

)> 

As 

J) 


)) 

Au 


)i 
n 

i 

!) 
I) 


II 

>I 
IJ 
> 
II 
11 
I) 


Vaporizes at 
1400 
a. 1570 
1870 calcu- 
lated 

Non-volatile 
at a white 
heat 

Volatilizes at 
180 

Sublimes 
449-450 


916 
916 

940 
954 
954 

960 
960 
977 
982 
999 
1000 
1000 
1000 
1023 

1024 
1032 
1034 
1040 

600 
abt. 700 
850 
a. 891 
Between Zn 
and Ag, but 
nearertoZn 
than Ag 

a. 500 

Fuses be- 
tween the 
m. p. of 
Sb and Ag 

1035 
1037 
1037 
10J& 
1075 
1075 

1092 
1093 
1100 
1102 

1102 
1144 
1200 
1200 
1200 
1240 


Deville 
Becquerel 
Deville 
VioUe 
Erhard & Schertel 

Ledebur 
Becquerel 
Pictet 
Bloxam 
Princeps 
Quinck6 
Pouillet 
Person 
Plattner 

Daniell 
Wilson 
Guyton-Morveau 
Kiemsdyk 
Troost and Haute- 
feulle 
Meyer 
Wiebe 

Pictet 
Heeren 
Van der Weyde 

(?) 
Deville 

Mott 

Landolt 
Mallet 

Conechy 

Violle 
Becquerel 
Deville 
Violle 

Erhard & Schertel 

Becquerel 
Bloxam 
Pictet 
Plattner 

Van der Weyde 
Daniell 
Pouillet 
Quinck6 
Kustel 
Riemsdyk 


B., 12, 791 
G. J. C., 1863 
C. R, 90, 773 
C. R, 85, 543 
W. A. P. C. B. 
[1879], 348 
Wied. Beibl., 5 
A. C. P., 68, 73 
P. M. [1879], 446 
" Metals," 10 
P. T., 1828, 94 
P. A. 

A. C. P. [3], 27, 250 
Paul's Chem. In- 
dustry, 562 
P. T. [1830], 237 
F. d. P., 8, 425 

C. N., 20, 32 
C. R, 84, 946 

B., 12, 1428 
B., 12, 791 

C. R, 88, 1317 
G. J. C., 1855 
K. D. M. 

(?) 
G. J. C., 1854 

M. C. M., 43 

G. J. C., 1859 
G. J. G, 1872 

G. J. C., 1880 

C. R, 89, 702 
G. J. C., 1863 
B., 12, 791 
C. R, 92, 866 
C. R., Oct., 1879 
W. A. C. P. B. 
[1879], 348 
A. C. P., 68, 73 
" Metals," 10 
P. M. [1879], 446 
Paul's Chem. In- 
dustry, 562 
K. D. M. 
P. T. [1830], 237 

P. A. 

C. C. [1882], 783 
C. N., 20, 23 


34, 106 

v., 277 
vli., 242 
v., 277 
iii., 77 
iii., 955 

v., 277 
32, 273 

(?) 
i., 153 

38, 150 
40, 669 

iii., 954 

ii., 926 
vii., 242 
44, 691 










































Aluminium .... 


.... .... 




Arsenic .... 




it .... 

j, .... 
Gold 




















) 













ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Gold 




Au 




1250 


Pouillet 


Dixon's " Heat,' 












1250 


Van der Weyde 


128 
K. D M. 












1380 


Guyton-Morveau 




il., 926 










1425 


Daniell 












2240 calcu- 




Wiebe 


B., 12, 791 




Boron .... 




B 


lated 


300 (!) 


Mott 


M. C. M. 












Above a 


Roscoe and Schor 


T. C., i. 


i., 627 




Adamantine 






white heat 
Not in oxy- 


lemmer 




i., 629 










hydrogen 
blowpipe 
Fuses at an 


Odling 


O. O. C. 












in tense hea 
Fuses in the 


Depretz 


G. J. C., 1849 




Barium 




Ba 




electric arc 
450 ' 






iii., 936 










475 


Van der "Weyde 


K. D. M. 












Above Ca 


Frey 


A., 183, 368 


31, 689 










and Sr 

AppedTS to 




G. J. C., 1876 










Less volatile 


fuse above 
the melt- 
ing point 
of cast iron 


Mallet 


30, 357 










than Sr or 
Ca 
Non-volatile 


b. redness 






i., 501 


ieryllium 




Be 


at red heat 


Melts above 


Nilson and Pet- 


C. K., 1878 












the point 
at which 
NaCl is 
readily vo- 
latilized 
b. As 


terssen 
Debray 


G. J. C., 1855 


ii., 849 


Bismuth 




Bi 




256 


Cooke 


C. C. P., 548 






Commercial 






260 


Ledebur 


Wied. Beibl., 5 












260 


Van der Weyde 


K. D. M. 












262 


Pouillet 


C. E. T. 












264 






i., 591 










265 


Quinck6 


P. A. 


viL, 242 










266-8 


Person 


G. J. C., 1847 












268-3 


Eudberg 


J., L, 71 












268-8 


Eiemsdyk 


C. N., 20, 32 




,, 


.... 







270-5 
Between the 


Person 
Carnelley & Carle- 


A. C. P. [3], 27, 250 
35, 565 


ill., 77 


Bromine 




Br 




melting 
points of 
Cu and Ni, 
i.e., 1090- 
1450 
Solidifies at 


ton Williams 
Liebig 


B., 12, 1424 






According to Baumhauer 
the presence of water raises 
the m. p., and this accounts 
for the higher numbers of 
other observers 


H 


.... 


25 
24-5 


Baumhauer 


B., 4, 927 


25, 220 



B 2 



ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Bromine .... 

.... .... 
.... .... 



,, 
.... .... 




.... 



,, 

,, 
.... 

,, .... .... 


According to Philipp the 
lower numbers obtainec 
by other observers are due 
to admixed Cl 

Fortheoretical considerations 


Br 



i> 










j> 


j> 

n 
jj 

> 



c 

Ca 



) 



Cd 
)> 
i> 
) 



> 
rt 





> 
j 

Ce 


45 
47 
58 
59-27 (760) 
59-6 (760) 
60 (760) 
63 (760) 
63 (760) 
10,000 or no 
higher 
Boils a. zinc 

Morevolatile 
than Sr anc 
Ba 

^on-volatile 

763-772 

860 
860 
860 


Solidifies a 
22, and 
does no 
remelt a 
12 
21 
Solidifies a 
20 
Solidifies a' 
19 
18 
12-5 
12 

-7-7 
7-S2 
7-3 
Solidifies a 
7-2 

Fuses 
Full red heat 

Bright red 
heat 

228 
307 
310-320 
315-316 
320-7 
320 
320 
320 
325 
326 
720 
746-3 

315 

abt. 315 
Fuses b. Ag, 
but con- 
siderably 
a.Sb 


Quincke' 
n 

Serullas 

Balard 
Pierre 

Mott 

Pierre 
Eegnault 
Gorup Besanez 
Philipp 

Lowig 
Balard 
Andrews 
Thorpe 
Bolas and Groves 
Regnault 
Pierre 
Stas 
Dewar 

Eoscoe and Schor- 
lemmer 

Mallet 

Matthiessen 

Caron 
Van der "Weyde 
tfies & Winkelmann 

)i 
B. Wood 
Person 
Eudberg 
QuinckS 
Jiemsdyk 
Van der Weyde 
^ies & Winkelmann 
Becquerel 

j 
Carnelley & Carle- 
ton Williams 
Wiebe 
Jeville and Troost 
Ditte 
!illebrand & Norton 


P. A. 

B., 12, 1424 

n 
B., 4, 927 
M. C. M. 

B., 12, 1424 


B., 4, 927 
B., 12, 1424 

A. C. P. [2], 32, 33 
P. A., 75, 335 
37, 172 
37, 173 
M. A. S., 26, 913 
A. C. P. [3], 20, 
G. J. C., 1865 
P. M. [4], 44, 464 

T. C., ii., 189 

C. E. T. 
30, 357 

G. J. C., 1855 

G. J. G, 1860 
K. D. M. 
P. A. [1881], 13, 68 
Wied. Ann., 13 

A. C. P. [3], 27, 250 
J., 1, 71 
P. A. 
C. N., 20, 32 
K. D. M. 
P. A. [1881], 13, 68 
G. J. C., 1863 
A. C. P., 68, 73 
33, 284 

B., 12, 1762 
J., 12, 25 
C. E., 73 
P. A., 156, 471 


i., 676 
vii., 242 

vii., 210 

i., 676 ; 
iii., 93& 
38, 215 

5) 

38, 215 
i., 676 

iii., 97 
iii., 84 

26, 239 

Watts' Diet, 
iii., 77 

vii., 242 

38, 606 

38,88 
ii., 84 
24, 795 
30, 276 


J) .... .... 






Carbon 
Calcium 









Cadmium 












.... .... 
















)! 

Cerium 





ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Chlorine 
j " 

.... .... 

,, 

j -* 



.... 


01 




1 

)) 



33-6 (760) 

-33-6 

Liquifies a 
34 (ord 
press.) 
Liquifies a 
50 (ord 
press.) 
Condensesa 
15-5 (4 ats 
Liquifies at 


75 


Berthelot 
Begnault 

Jahn 
Loir and Drion 


Niemann 


B. S. C, 29, 3 
J.,16,70;M.A.S 
26, 658 
M. C., 3, 176 
B. S. C., 1850 




34, 263 
ill., 135 ; vi., 
436 
42, 795 
vl., 436 

D 

i.,901 
vl., 436 








0- (6 ats.) 
















12-5 (8-5 
ats.) 


Solidifies a lit 


Olszewski 


M C 5 127 


46 81& 


Cobalt 




Co 


at 102 


tie b. 102 
1371 


Knight 


K. D M 












1500 


Pictet 


C E 88 1317 













1800 




K D M 












Fuses at 


Clarke 


GET 












highest 
tempera- 
ture of 
forge 
More easily 






i., 1041 


Chromium 




Cr 




than Fe, 
less easily 
than Au 
Does not 


Clarke 


C. E. T. 












fuse in the 
forge, but 
softens and 
agglome- 
rates 


Deville 


G. J. C., 1856. 




Usesium 
Hopper 


.... 


Cs 

Cu 


... 


Pt 
26-27 

950 


Setterberg 
Van der Weyde 


B., 15, 526 
A., 211, 100 
K. D. M. 


42,465 










a 1000 


Eoberts & Wrightson 


P. M. [5], 13, 361 












1000 1200 


Pouillet 


G. J. C., 1836 












1032 


Violle 


C. E., Oct., 1879 












1050 


Pictet 


P. M. [1879], 446 












105 A 


Violle 


C. B,, 89, 702 


38, 150 










1088 


Bloxam 


'Metals" 












1090 


Quinck6 


P. A. 


vll., 242 










1091 


Daniell 


P. T. [1830], 237 












1093 


Knight 


K. D. M. 












1100 


Erhard & Schertel 


W. A. P. C. B. 






Commercial 






1100 


Ledebur 


[1879], 348 
Wied. Beibl., 5 












1132 


Daniell 














1157 


Becquerel 


G. J. G, 1863 




.... ..,, .... 







.... 


1200 (?) 
1200 


Braun 


P. A., 154, 161 


It., 936 
29, 504 










1207 


Guyton-Morveau 




i., 39 










1236 


Wilson 


F. d. P., 8, 425 






Pure 






1330 


Eiemsdyk 


C. N., 20, 32 












398 


Daniell 




11.. 39 



ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Didymium 
Iron 


White, cast 
j 
D 

Grey, cast 




n 

Cast 

Steel 

jy 



Cast steel 
English hammered iron 

Pure bar 
Wrought 

M 
j) 
11 

Pure 

Tensions 

11 
j, 
)j 



Di 
Fe 

M 

J> 
J) 
11 
11 
J) 

1> 
11 
1> 

n 

i 
j> 
11 
n 
n 
i 
)i 
i) 
n 


Gl (see Be) 
Ga 

J) 

H 

1 

Hg 

,, 




,, 


)) 
,> 

7) 
t, 
J) 
) 

> 

) 
) 
JJ 

n 

u 
i) 
j> 
i 


346-5 
349 
339-359 
350 
350 
350 
355 (734) 
356-25 
354-3 (720) 
355-0 (730) 
355-8 (740) 
356-5 (750) 
357-25(760) 
358-0 (770) 
358-8 (780) 
357-3 
360 
360 
32(2-1) 
60 (5-9) 
83(11-8) 
00 (19-9) 
0(-021) 


Melts highe 
than Ce o 
La 
1250 
1050-1100 
1050-1100 
1075 
1100-1200 
1200 
1200 
1275 
1600 
1530 
1300-1400 
1350-1400 
1800 
1375 
1500-1600 
1600 
1600 
1804 
2000 
2204 
Highest hea 
of forge 
1587 

29-5 
30-15 

200 (?) 
For liquefac- 
tion of H see 
38-50 
38-8 
39 
39-38 
39-44 
40 
40-5 


Hillebrand&Norto 

Van der Weyde 
PouiUet 
Gruner 
Ledebur 
PouiUet 
Quinck6 
Gruner 
Ledebur 

Knight 
Pouillet 
Gruner 

Ledebur 
PouiUet 
Pictet 
Van der Weyde 
Knight 
Scheerer 
Bloxam 
Clarke 

DanieU 

Boisbaudrau 

j> 
Pictet 
Wroblewski and 
Olszewski 
Begnault 
Stewart 
Person 
Cavendish 
ETutchins 
Quinck6 
PouiUet 
Crichton 
Jalton 
arneUey & Williams 
Pictet 
Van der Weyde 
legnault 
Meier and Crafts 
leinrich 
legnault 

Crafts 
)ulong and Petit 
)eville 
'horpe 

u 
jj 
lagen 


G. J. C., 1875 

K. D. M. 

G. J. C., 1836 
G. J. C., 1874 
Wied.Beibl.,5,65 
G. J. C., 1836 
P. A. 
G. J. C., 1874 
Wied.Beibl.,188 

K. D. M. 

G. J. C., 1836 
G. J. C., 1874 

G. J. C., 1881 
C. R, 2 
P. M. [1879], 44 
K. D. M. 

J) 

" Metals ' : 
C. E. T. 

P. T., 1830 

C. K., 72, 1076 
C. E., 83, 611 
1878 
C. R, 98, 304 
C. R, 98, 365 
J., 16, 70 
' Heat," p. 88 
A. C. P. [3], 27, 250 
Gm. Kr. 

P. A. 
G. J. C., 1837 
P. M., 16, 48 

33, 282 
P. M. [5], L, 484 
K. D. M. 

B., 13, 866 

Sw. J., 1, 214 
M. A. S., 26, 522 

A. C. P. [5], 14, 409 

A., 157, 71 
7, 151 

)> 
JJ 
)) 

A. C.P.[2], 16,610 


vii., 242 
iii., 329 

v., 427 
iii., 326 

iii., 326 

30, 484 
31,48 

46,888 
46, 889 

iii., 77 

iii., 884 
vii., 242 

iii., 884 

11 

31, 163 

ii., 84 

ii., 884 
ii., 135 

ii., 884 
vii., 688 

6, 385 












































Glucinum (see Beryllium) .... 
Gallium 




Hydrogen 




Mercury 



















































ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Mercury 


Tpnsinns 


Bfe 


20 (-0013) 




Hertz 


A.C.P.[2],17, 193 


46, 385 








20 (-00574) 




McLeod 


C. N., 48, 251 




Iodine 




I 




107 


Person 


A. C. P. [3], 27, 250 


iii., 77 








175-180 


107 


Gay-Lussac 


A. C. P. [1], 91, 5 


ill., 292 










b. 110 


Exner 


A. C. P. [2], 15, 435 










a. 200 


113-115 


Stas 


G. J. C., 1865 












s. 113-6 


Regnault 


G. J. C., 1856 










250 




Stas 




42, 795 


Indium 




In 




176 


Winkler 


J., 20, 262 










Red heat 




Ditte 


C. R, 73 


24, 795 


Iridium 




Ir 




1950 


Violle 


C. R., 89, 702 


29, 524 










2200 


Van der Weyde 


K. D. M. 












2500 


Pictet 


C. R., 88, 1317 












Only fusible 


Deville and Debray 


A. C. P. [31 


ill., 317 










before oxy- 
hydrogen 
blowpipe 


Children 






Potassium 




K 




taie arc 
s. 55-43 


Regnault 


J., 9, 43 












55 






ill., 936 










57'8 
















58 


Gay - Lussac and 


Reeh. Phys. 












58 


Thenard 
Pouillet 


Chim., i., 3 
C. E. T. 












58 




P. A. 


vii., 242 










62-5 




J., 16, 178 


iv., 694 








719 731 






35, 565 










b 1040 




ton Williams 


C. N., 27, 121 


26, 726 


Lanthanum .... 




La 








P. A., 156, 466 


viii., 421 










same tem- 
perature as 
Ce 


Norton 


G. J. C., 1875 




Lithium 




Li 




and Ag 
180 




J., 8, 324 




Magnesium .... 




Me 




433 






iii., 936 










abt 500 


Ditte 


C. R., 73, 108 


24, 795 








abt 1100 


750 




K. D. M. 
















T. C., ii., 239 










Zn 




lemmer 
TSnnspTi 


A., 82, 137 


iii., 751 










red heat 




A., 101, 359 




Manganese 




Mn 


same temp. 
as Zn 


same temp, 
as Zn 
1482 


Knight 


K. D. M. 












1900 


Van der Weyde 
















Clarke 


C. E. T., 365 


iii., 802 








Volatile at 


heatof forge 


Jordan 


C. R., 86, 1374 


34, 772 








very high 
temperature 


Melts above 


Deville 


G. J. C., 1856 




Molybdenum 


.... 


Mo 




Fe 
Does not fuse 
in the forge, 
but softens 
and agglo- 
merates 


Clarke 


C. E. T., 365 





8 



ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Molybdenum 
Nitrogen 




Mo 

N 


Does not 


Non-fusible 
or incom- 
pletely so at 
a white heat 


Bucholz 
Wroblewski and 


C. B., 96, 1140 


44, 781 952 








condense at 
136 (150 
ate.) 
193-1 (760} 




Olszewski 
Wroblewski 


M. C., 4, 415 
C. B , 98 982 


46 817 


Sodium 




Na 




90 


Pouillet 


C E T 365 












90 


Gay - Lussac and 


Bech Phys 












90 


Thenard 
Quinck6 


Chim., i., Ill 
P A 


vii 242 










95'6 


Bunsen 


J 16 178 


v *nn 










s 97'6 




J 9 43 










861-954 






35 565 


D 


Norwegium .... 




Nff 




254 


ton Williams 
Dahll 


B 12 1732 


38 OT 










350 




C B 88 47 


op ftun 


Nickel 




Ni 




1371 


Knight 


C. N., 40, 25 
K D M 












1392 1420 


Schertel 


N99 ^4*} 












1450 


Pictet 


C E 88 1317 












1600 




K D M 














Clarke 


CT? T 1 OCC 




Oxvgen 




o 


Condenses 


heat of forge 


Pictet 


CTJ Ifi 9ftl 










under a 
pressure of 
300 ats. at 
the temp, 
produced 
by the rapid 
evaporation 
of liquid 
CO 2 invacuo 













;;;! 



j) 


131-6(26-5 
ate.), 133-4 
(24-8 ats.), 
-135-8(22-5 
ate.) 
c.p. =50 ate. 
c.t.= 113 




Olszewski 
Wroblewski 


C. E., 97, 309 


44, 781 
46,148 









c.t. 105-4 
1 1 i-ci ft\n 






C. E., 97, 489 


46, 149 


Osmium 





Os 


ate.) c. p. ; 
- 129-6 
(27-02 ate.), 
131-6 
(25-85 ate.), 
133-4 
(24-40 ate.), 
134-8 
(23-18 ats.), 
135-8 
(22-20 ate.), 
-184(1 at.) 


2200 


Wroblewski 
Van der Weyde 


C. E., 98, 982 
K.D. M. 


46, 817 






j) 




2500 


Pictet 


C. E., 88, 1317 





ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 






Os 




Only fusible 


Clarke 


C. E. T., 365 




It 
11 

Phosphorus .... 


Yellow 

5) 


It 


P 

It 


Volatile at a 
white heat 


before the 
oxyhydrogen 
blowpipe 
Infusible at a 
white heat 
Most infusi- 
ble of all 
metals 
43 
44 
44 


Deville & Debray 

Quiucke 
Person 
Kopp 


G. J. C., 1876 

P. A. 

A. C. P. [3], 27,250 
A., 93, 129 


iv., 242 

vii., 242 
iii., 77 
ill., 78 


11 
' 
) 


V 
>? 




)> 


.... 


44 
s. 44-2 
44-2 


Gernez 
Damien 
Person 


C. E., 63, 217 
G. J. C., 1881 
J., 1, 80 


vl., 934 


} 








44-2 


Desains 


J., 1, 84 




It 


5 

V 


1J 
)1 


230 (514) 
218(359) 
200 (266) 
180 (204) 
165 (120) 


44-2 
44-3 

44-4 


Gernez 
Schrotter 

Pisati and De 


C. E., 95, 1278 
G. J. C., 1847-48 

B., 8, 70 


44, 546 


., 


it 


>J 


287-3 (762) 
250 


44-4-44-5 


Franchis 
Pisati 
Heinrich 


G. J. C., 1875 


iv., 503 








288 




Dalton 






., 





)> 


290 
300 




Pelletier 
Van der Weyde 


A, 4, 3 
K. D. M. 


iii., 84 


,, .... 


)t 


) 


360 ( 3'2ats.) 
440 ( 7'5ats.) 




Troost and Haute- 
feuille 


C.E.,76,76&21fc 


26, 600 


,, . . 


1) 


) 


494(18'0ats.) 
503(21-9ats.) 




)' 


!) 











511(26'2ats.) 












Red 






255 


Odling 


0. 0. C. 








Pb 




320 


Pouillet 


C. E. T. 












s. 322 


Crichton 


P. M., 16, 48 












322 


Daniell 


P. T. [1830], 237 












323 


Kustel 


C. C. [1882], 783 


44,691 










325 


Bloxam 


"Metals," p. 10 










' 


325 


Van der Weyde 


K. D. M. 












326 


Eudberg 


J., 1, 71 






Commercial 






326 


Ledebur 


Wied. Beibl., 5, 












326 


fiiemsdyk 


1881 
C. N., 20, 32 












330 


Quincktj 


P. A. 


vii., 242 










325-335 






iii., 478 










332 


Person 


J., 1, 72 


iii., 77 










334 


Plattner 




iii., 955 



)> .... ... 





j 




334 

334 mercury 
thermo- 
meter, 
326-2 by 
air ther- 
mometer 
335 


Kupffer 
Person 

Pictet 


A. C. P. [2], 40, 292 
G. J. G, 1848 
1849 

P. M. [1879], 446 


iii., 534 


,j .... .... .... ... 


Pure 


j) 




330-335 


Brigel 


B., 6, 191 


26, 846 



10 



ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Lead .... 


.... 


Pb 

Pd 


)) 
i) 

; 

Pt 

j 
j) 

i) 
' 
) 
M 
i) 
> 
i 
) 
i) 
M 

H 

Ji 

Rb 
Rh 




)) 



Ru 

j> 
i 


Between the 
m. p.'s of 
Ni and 
wrought 
Fe, i.e., 
1450-1600 


1360-1380 
1500 
1700 
1950 
Not fusible 
in forge, 
but softens 
and agglo- 
merates 
1460-1480 
1700 
1775 

1775 
1779 
1900 
2000 
2000 
2000 
2000 
b. 2100 
2200 
2533 
2534 
Begins to 
melt b. 
2950 
Only fusible 
before oxy- 
hydrogen 
blowpipe 
38-5 

2000 
Only fusible 
before oxy- 
hydrogen 
blowpipe 
b. Ir 
Scarcely 
softens in 
oxyhydro- 
gen blow- 
pipe 
a. Pt 
Most refrac- 
tory of all 
metals ex- 
cept Os 
1800 (?) 
Only fusible 
in hottest 
part of oxy- 
hydrogen 
blowpipe 


Carnelley & Carle- 
ton-Williams 

Becquerel 
Violle 
Pictet 
Quinck6 
Clarke 

Becquerel 
Pictet 
Erhard & Schertel 

Violle 

! 

Deville 
Deville and Debray 
Pictet 
Quinck6 
Marshall-Watts 
Dewar 
Van der Weyde 
Mott 
Plattner 
Hoadley 

Clarke 

Bunsen 

Pictet 
Clarke 

Deville & Debray 
Pictet 


35, 565 

G. J. C., 1863 
C. R., 87, 961 
C. R., 88, 1317 
P. A. 
C. E. T., 365 

G. J. C., 1863 
P. M. [1879], 446 
W. A. C. P. B. 
[1879], 348 
C. R. 1879 
C. R., 85, 543 
C. R, 56, 195 

C. R., 88, 1317 
P. A. 
P. M. [4], 45, 89 
P. M. [4], 44, 465 
K. D. M. 
M. C. M. 

C. N., 47, 171 
C. E. T., 365 

A., 125, 367 
J., 16, 185 
C. R., 88, 1317 
C. E. T., 365 

G. J. C., 1859 
C. R, 88, 1317 


38, 150 
vii., 242 

38, 150 
36, 106 

iil., 74 

vii., 242 
26, 461 
26, 239 

ill., 955 

44, 770 

v., 129 

v., 101 

D 

v., 135 

v., 135 


Palladium 






Platinum . . 








,, .... 




> 
















Rubidium 
Rhodium 


,, ... .... 
n .... 




Ruthenium 


j, 








ELEMENTS. 



11 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 






Ru 




Abt. same 


Deville and Debray 


G. J. C., 1876 








S 




as Ir 
107-2 (1 at.) 


Hopkins 


J., 1854, 48 


iii., 76 










135-2 

(520 ats.) 
140-5 
(793 ats.) 
109 


Cooke 


C. C. P., 548 












111 


Quinck6 


P. A. 


vii., 242 










111-5 


Marchand &Scheerer 


J. F. P., 24, 129 






Rhombic 






111-114 


Spring 


A. C. P. [5], 22, 170 


40, 499 










113-113-5 


Pisati 


G. J. G, 1874 












113-6 


Regnault 


G. J. C., 1856 












114-5 


Brodie 


J. F. P., 62, 336 


v., 530 










115 


Kopp 


G. J. G, 1855; 


iii., 78 










115 


Person 


A. 93, 129 
J., 173 


iii., 77 










115 


Dufour 


A. C. P. [3], 68, 370 


iii., 75 


5) "" "" 


Rhombic 


)) 


440 


115 


Spring 
Lemoine 


A. C. P. [5], 22, 170 
C. R. 


40, 499 
24, 1157 








440 




Dumas. 


v., 530 


iii., 84 








440 




Deville and Troost 













442 




Heumann & Kochlin 


B., 16, 604 & 1628 


44, 781 & 1051 








440 (760) 




Troost and Haute- 


C.R, 76,76 & 219 


26, 601 








420 (470) 
444.4 




feuille 
V. Meyer 


B., 13, 408 










445 (735-2) 




Meier and Crafts 


B., 13, 869 










445 (731-4) 
446 




)> 
Ramsay 


n 

35, 471 










447 




Hittorf 


J., 18, 130 






(490 in original paper, a mis- 




447 (760) 




Regnault 


J., 16, 70 






print) 




447 




Andrews 


B., 14, 2119 


42,135 


,j 


.... 


J> 


447 
448 


113-fi 


Wiebe 
Carnelley& Williams 


B., 12, 1762 
33, 282 


38, 88 








448-1 




Cooke 


C. N., 44, 255 


42, 354 








448-4 (760) 




Regnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 


iii., 135 








444-0 (708) 




Calculated from 













444-5 (713-8) 
445-0 (719-6) 
445-5 (725-4) 
446-0 (731-3) 
446-5 (737-3) 
447-0(743-2) 
447-5 (749-3) 
448-0 (755-3) 
448-5(761-4) 
449-0 (767-5) 
449-5 (773-6) 
450-0 (779-7) 
450 




the experiments of 
Regnault, M. A. S., 
26,526; byWein- 
hold, P. A., 149, 
231 

Van der Weyde 


K. D. M. 






Prismatic 


J> 




ISO 


Brodie 


J. F. P., 62, 336 


v., 530 




Amorphous, insol. in CS 2 


>J 




a. 120 





G. J. G, 1854 








J) 




s. 114-3 


Gernez 


G. J. C., 1876 




Antimony 




Sb 




425 


Van der Weyde 


K. D. M. 








j 




425 


Fehling 


Handworterb. I. 













427 


















4& 


Pouillet 









Commercial 







.... 


432 
432 


Dalton 
Ledebur 


Gmelin, 5 Ed., 2 
Wied.Beibl.,1881 











.... 


432 


Quincke 


P. A. 


vii., 432 






JT 




440 


Pictet 


C. R., 88, 1317 | 


{ 



12 



ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Antimony 


Amorphous 

(Vitreous) 
Amorphous, insol. in OS., 

Crystalline, insol. in CS 2 

(Crystalline) 


(Adamantine) 

In oil 
InCCX 
In air 

Commercial 
Pure 


Sb 
n 


j) 
)> 

Se 

Jl 
Jl 
) 

JJ 
11 
J) 
) 
M 

> 
n 

> 
i> 

>j 

Si 

ij 

) 


Sn 


i) 

i> 






! 
,1 
5t 




Boils between 
the m. p.'s 
of Cu and 
Ni, i.e., 
1090-1450 

664-466 (760) 

676-683 
Somewhat b. 
700 
700 
Melts b. the 
b. p. of zinc 
Melts be- 
tween the 
m. p.'s of 
steel and 
cast iron 
Can be fused 
but not b. 
800 


450 
450 
620 
621 

Semi-fluid at 
100, and 
perfectly 
fluid a little 
a. 100 
103 

104-4 
Semi-fluid at 
125-130, s. 
b. 50 
217 

sir 

217 
217-2 
Not com- 
pletely fluid 
till a. 250 
250 

217 

Fuses near 
the m. p. of 
cast iron 
220 
222 
226-5 
226-5 
227-8 
228 
227-8 
228-4 
228-2 
228-5 
228-5 
230 
230 
230 
230 


Wright and Luff 1 
Mott 
Bloxam 
Carnelley & Williams 

Berzelius 

Mott 
A. T. F. 

Hittorf 

Siemens 
Hittorf 
Quinck6 
A. T. F. 
Kegnault 

Etard and Moissan 
Troost 

Carnelley & Williams 
Roscoe and Schor- 
lemmer 
Wiebe 
Roscoe and Schor- 
lemmer 
Deville 

Troost and Haute- 
feuille 

Deville and Caron 

Van der Weyde 
Crichton & Rudberg 
Roberts& Wi ightson 
Nies & Winkelmann 
Crichton 
Daniell 
Liebermann 

^ 
Rudberg 
Rienisdyk 
Ledebur 
Pouillet 
Quinck 
Kupffer 


33, 19 
M. C. M., 50 
"Metals," 10 
35, 566 

Traite de Chim., 
2, 190 

M. C. M. 
N., 22, 585 
J. 4, 319 

P. A., 159, 117 
J., 4, 319 
P. A. 

N., 22, 585 
A. C. P. [3], 46, 257 

B. S. C., 34, 69 
C. R., 94, 1508 ; 
N., 26, 168; C. 
R., 95, 30 
35, 563 
T. C., i., 356 

B., 12, 1762 
T. C. 

G. J. C., 1856 

A. C. P. [5], 7, 453 
A. C. P. 

K. D. M. 

P. M. [5], 13, 36(i 
P. A. [1881], 13, 35 
P. M., 1803 
P. T. [1830], 237 
B., 15, 436 

)J 
5 

J., 1, 71 

C. N., 20, 32 
Wied. Beibl., 5 

P. A. 


i., 315 
v., 222 

31, 677 
vii., 24i 
v., 2-2-2 

40, 18 
44, 17 ; 48, 
1159 

38, 88 
v., 267 

30, 597 
v., 268 

v., 803 
42, 914 

I 

n 

vii., 24^ 
iii., 534 








.... .... .... 
Selenium .... .... 




*j * 










i .... .... .... 


.... .... 




Silicon.... 








Tin 

































ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tin 




Sn 




%S2'7 


Person 


G. J. C., 1847 


v., 803 










235 




J., 1, 71 


iii., 77 


it .... .... -.. * 




n 




s. 238 
246 


Criohton 

Mott 


P. M., 16, 48 
M. C. M. 










1700 




Van der Weyde 


K D M 










Boils be- 




Oarnelley & Williams 


35, 566 











tween the 
m. p.'s of 
Ni and Fe, 
i.e., 1450- 
1600 
White heat 




Odliug 


O O C 


v 803 


Strontium 




Sr 




Melts at 


Roscoe and Schor- 


T C 











Volatilizes 
between Ca 
and Ba 


moderate 
red heat 

Red heat 


lemmer 
Mallet 


30,357 
G J C 1855 
















G J C 1869 




Tellurium . . 




Te 


at bright 
red heat 


400 




K D M 












452 455 


Canielley & Williams 


17 1 9 r > 












482 


(Ti 


(T\ 












abt 500 




{'I 












525 


Pictet 


C R. 88 1317 












Between Sb 














b 1390 


and Pb 


Deville and Troost 


J 1" 1 863] 1 7 










b 1390 






OR 91 83 


00 QJU 


rhorium 




Th 




Almost in- 


Nilson 


C R 95 727 


44 1 19 


Titanium 




Ti 




fusible 
Got only as 








riiallium 




Tl 


Red heat 


a powder 
and not 
fused 

288 




GT r 1 isfi 1 * 





,. .... .... 
.... .... 


.... 



)? 





289 
290 

393-9 


Pictet 
Lamy 
Crookes 


C. R, 88, 1317 
J., 15, 180 

17, 123 
Tp 


v., 744 


Uranium 




u 


current of 
H at very 
high tem- 
perature 


207 CO 


lemmer 
Mott 


MO M 




























perature 


Pelisot 


GT ( 1 i ftfift 




Vjinudiiun 




v 




heat 








Tungsten 




w 




before oxy- 
hydrogen 
blowpipe 


Clarke 


GET 




i) 
Xinc 





Zn 




forge, but 
softens and 
agglome- 
rates 
a. Mn 
342 


Wohler 
Daniel! 


Gm. Kr. 

31 943 





14 



ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Zinc 




Zn 




360 


Pouillet 














360 


Quinck6 


P. A. 


vii., 242 










375 


Van de Weyde 


K. D. M. 










1040 


abt. 400 


Ditte 


C. R., 73 


24, 795 










412 


Daniell 


P. T. [1831], 443 


v., 1068 




Commercial 






412 


Ledebur 


Wied. Beibl, 5 










1042 


414 


Wiebe 


B., 12, 1762 


38, 88 










415-3 


Person 


G. J. G, 1847 


38, 5 










420 


Riemsdyk 


C. N., 20, 32 












420 


Wright and Luff 


33, 19 












423 


Person 


J., 1, 73 












/ ryo,Q 
J[OO & 




G. J. C., 1848 


iii., 936 










433 




A.C. P.[3],27,250 


iii., 77 










450 


Pictet 


P. M. [1879], 446 












450 


Boussineault 


A. C.P.[5],19,464 


38, 610 








891 




Becquerel 


G. J. C., 1863 










929-6 




Violle 


N., 26, 138 ; 










930 






C. R., 94, 720 

N. 25 500 


42 697 








930 






A C P 68 73 










932 






N 25 500 


42 697 








940 






C R 90 793 


38 606 




Commercial 




942 




Troost 


C R 94 788 


42 1028 








1035 (719) 




Weinhold 


P A 149 186 


27 115 








1040 






J 12 25 






By hydrogen thermometer 




916-925 






p T} oft 77Q 


38 526 




By air thermometer 




929-954 




" 








By C0 2 thermometer 




1067-1079 






" 


" 


Zirconium 




Zr 






Troost 


G J C 1865 


i? 

c- 1 fiftft 


Orderof volatility of metals: 




Cd 
Zn 
Bi 
Pb 
Sn 


most volatile 
least volatile 


Si 


Riemsdyk 


C. N., 20, 23 





15 



II.-COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 

1. FLUORIDES. XF. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Arsenic trifluoride 




AsF 3 


60-4 (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 351 




,, 




?1 


63 




Unverdorben 


P. A., 7, 316 




11 11 




,, 


64-66 




Mac Ivor 


C. N., 30, 169 


28, 239 


Boron trifluoride 




BF 3 


Gas 








i., 632 


Barium fluoride 




BaF., 




a 908 


Carnelley 


33, 280 




Bromine fluoride 




BrF 




Solid 


Pelouze and Freniy 


Traite de Chim., 
















i., 491 




Calcium fluoride 




CaF., 




a. 902 


Carnelley 


33, 280 




Cadmium fluoride 




CdFJ 




520 


ii 


11 




Cuprous fluoride 




Cu 2 F., 




a. 908 




33, 280 




Hydrogen fluoride 




HF 


Goad, at 20 




Fremy 




ii., 670 


f 11 




J) 


19-44 


i. b. 34-5 


Gore 


G. J. C., 1869 


vi., 617 


Mercuric fluoride 




HgF 2 




Solid, d. a. 


Pelouze and Fremy 


Traite de Chim. 












130 




iii., 1092 




Iodine fluoride 




IF 




Solid 


n 


Traite de Chim. 
















i., 491 




Potassium fluoride .... 




KF 




789 


Carnelley 


33, 280 




Lithium fluoride 




LiF 




801 


11 


11 




Magnesium fluoride 




MgF ; 




Very high 


Cossa 


G. J., 7, 212 


32, 707 


ii 




J) 




a. 908 


Carnelley 


33, 280 




Sodium fluoride 




NaF 




a. 902 


ii 


11 




Phosphorus pentafluoride .... 




PF 5 


Gas 




Thorpe 


A., 182, 201 


29, 46 


Rubidium fluoride .... 




RbF 


.... 


753 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




Sulphur difluoride 


.... 


SF 2 (?) 




Vol. liq. 


Pelouze and Fremy 


Traite de Chim. 
















i., 576 




Antimony trifluoride 




SbF 3 




292 


Carnelley 


33, 275 




Selenium difluoride 




SeF., 




Solid 


Pelouze and Fremy 


Traite de Chim., 
















i., 585 




Silicon tetrafluoride 




SiF 4 




s. 102 and 


Olszewski 


M. C., 5, 127 


46, 816 










evaps. inth- 
















out fusion 








11 11 




)) 




s. 140 


Natterer 




v., 270 


II II 







Gas, con- 




Faraday 




11 








denses un- 
















der great 
















pressure 










Silicon hexafluoride >.. 




Si 2 F 6 


Volatile 


Solid 


Troost and Haute- 


A. C. P. [5], 7, 453 


30, 597 












feuille 






Stannic fluoride 




SnF, 






Pelouze and Fremy 


Traite de Chim., 
















iii., 807 




Strontium fluoride .... 




SrF 3 




a. 902 


Carnelley 


33, 278 




Titanium tetrafluoride 




TiF 4 




Liquid 


Pelouze and Fremy 


Traite de Chim., 
















iii., 839 




Zinc fluoride 




ZnF 2 




734 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




Zirconium tetrafluoride 


.... 


ZrF 4 


White heat 




Pelouze and Fremy 


Traite de Chim., 








1 








ii., 713. 





2. CHLORIDES. XC1. 



Silver chloride 




AgCl 




260 


Gmelin 


iii., 619 


v., 290 










450 


Rodwell 


G. J. C., 1875 




,. , 




11 




4-51 


Carnelley 


33, 278 












457 




29, 496 




Aluminium chloride 




A1 2 C1 6 


abt. 180 


Fusible in 


Liebig 




i., 157 










large mass 








1) 11 




11 


180-185 




Hartley 


30, 249 




., ,, . 


.... 





abt. 700 




Thorpe 


" Metals," 240 





1(5 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watt's Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Arsenic trichloride 


.... 


AsCl 3 


128 (754) 


Liquid 


Haagen 


P. A., 131, 117 


37, 353 





.... 





130-21 (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 352 







.... 





132 


Liquid 


Dumas 


J. F. P., 18, 449 




,, 







132 




Michaelis 


J. Z., 6, 239 


vii., 105 


,, ,, .... .... 


.... 





133 




Regiiault 


M. A. S., 26, 913 


iii., 97 


,, 


.... 





133-81 (756-9) 


Liquid 


Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213 
















A.C.P. [3] 21, 
















336 




.... 


.... 





134 


b. 29 


Henry 


A. S. S. B., 1879 




Gold dichloride 


.... 


Au 2 Cl 4 


d. at 250 


Solid 


Thompsen 


J. p.C. [2], 13, 337 


30, 485 


Boron trichloride 




BC1 3 


17 (760) 




Wohler and Deville 


J., 10, 931 










18-23 (760) 




T> 1| 


M. A. S. 26 658 


m"i or, , _.j 






" 




.... 


CS 




j 1 *>*> , V 1 . j 
















358 


Barium chloride 




BaCl 2 


.... 


a. 860 


Carnelley 


Unpublished 




Beryllium chloride 




BeCl 2 


v. b. 520 




Nilson & Pettersson 


C. R., 98, 988, B., 


46, 821 














17, 994. 




,, 


.... 







585-617 


Carnelley 


P. R. S., 1879 


37, 126 


Bismuth trichloride 


.... 


BiCl 3 




225-230 


Muir 


29, 144 




,, 


.... 







ggr 





29, 146 







.... 







230 


(?) 


(?) 







.... 





427-439 




Carnelley & Williams 


33, 283 




Bromine monochloride 


.... 


BrCl 


13, d. only 




(?) 


A., 189, 208 










stable b. 10 













+xH 2 







7 




.... 


i., 677 


Carbon chlorides 


.... 


See Part 11 












Calcium chloride 


.... 


CaCl 2 


.... 


719 


Carnelley 


33, 279 







.... 







723 





29, 497 







+6H 2 O 


?> 




28 


Tilden 


45, 268 







a 


?5 




28-5 


Person 


A. C. P. [3], 27, 


iii., 77 






- 








250 




,, 










29 


Kopp 


J., 8, 44 




Cadmium chloride .... 


.... 


CdCl 2 


abt. 700 


abt. 400 


Henry 


A. S. S. B., 1879 







.... 







541 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




,, 


.... 


H 


a. 861 




Carnelley & Williams 


33, 283 












861-954 







35, 564 




Cobalt chloride 


+4H 2 


Coci 2 




Decrepitates 


Bersch 


W. A., 56, 724 


vi., 476 










a. 116 with- 
















out fusion 










+6H 2 O 






ftft 07 








Chromic chloride 




Cr 3 Cl 6 


Volatile 


OO o / 

Solid 


Henry 



A. S. S. B., 1879 


" 


" 


.... 





d. with libe- 




Carnelley & Williams 


37, 126 










ration of 
















Cl without 
















fusion 










Caesium chloride 


.... 


CsCl 


.... 


631 




37, 125 




Cuprous chloride 




Cu 2 Cl 2 




434 


Carnelley 


33, 278 




,, .... 


.... 


J) 


954-1032 


.... 


Carnelley & Williams 


37, 126 









,, 


b. 1560 




Meyer 


B., 12, 1284 


36, 875 


Cupric chloride 
Didymium trichloride 


.... 


CuCl 2 
DiCl 3 




498 

Fusible 


Carnelley 
Eoscoe and Schor- 


33, 278 
T. C., 2, 431 














lemmer 






Erbium trichloride 


.... 


ErCl 3 




JJ 


Humpidge and 


35, 115 














Burney 






Ferrous chloride 


.... 


FeCl 2 


Volatile 


Solid 


Henry 


A. S. S. B., 1879 




Ferric chloride 


.... 


Fe 2 Cl, 





306-307 c., 


Carnelley & Williams 


37, 126 












in sealed 
















tubes 








" 


+5H 2 O 







s., 42 


Fritzche 


J. p. C., 18, 479 


iii., 378 





+ 6H 2 O 







31 


Ordway 


S.A.J.[2],11,329 


vi., 750 


1> ,5 


T 1 2M 2 O 


u 




35-5 








Gallium dichloride .... 




Ga 2 Cl 4 


535 


164 


Boisbaudran 


C. R, 93, 294, 


40, 1103 














329, B., 14,2237 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



17 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Gallium trichloride 




Ga 2 Cl 6 




70-76 


Boisbaudran 


C. B., 86, 578 




,, .j 




)) 


215-220 


75-5 





C. B., 93, 294, 


40, 1103 














329 ;B., 14, 2237 




Hydrochloric acid 


.... 


HC1 


Gas 


1. 110 


Faraday 











)3 




80 


Cooke 


C. C. P., 592 




; , ,. 




)> 


v. t.=40ats. 




Mitchell 


30, 248 










at 10-6 










,, v 







Condenses at 


112-5 


Olszewski 


M. C., 5, 127 


46, 816 








102 










,, ,, 


+2H 2 


)) 




18 


Berthelot 


C. B., 86, 279 


34, 363 


Mercurous chloride 




Hg 2 Cl 2 


Sublimes400- 




Henry 


A. S. S. B., 1879 










500 without 
















melting 










Mercuric chloride 


Commercial 


Hga 2 


.... 


258-3 u.c. 


Cross and Bevan 


41, 112 









) 


295 


265 






iii., 897 


,, 







291 u.c. 


271 u.c. 


Hannay 


N., 24, 77 




,, ,, 


Commercial 


j 




269 u.c.= 


Carnelley 


41, 321 












277 c. 








5J 


Pure 







276 u.c.= 





33, 276 












288 c. 











.... 







293 c. 


3J 

















287 c. 


Williams 


33, 275 












303 c. 




Uarnelley & Williams 


33, 282 







By thermometer 





.... 


275-278 u.c. 


Carnelley 


29, 501 












= 285-288 c. 











.... 





302 







29, 496 









jj 


307 




Hittorf 


G. J. C., 1865 




Iodine monochloride 


.... 


ICl 


101-3 


S4-S 


Thorpe 


37, 175 









u 


100-5-101 5 


24-7 


Hannay 


26, 818 


vU, 678 












25 


Bornemann B., 10, 121 


32, 110 







> 




25 


Trapp J. p. C., 63, 108 


iii., 293 


is 







100-102 


30 


Schutzenberger 


Z. C. P. [1862] 1 





trichloride .... 


.... 


IC1 3 




20-25 


Serullas 




iii., 294 







)? 




25 d. 




Gin. Kr. 




jj 









25 d. in air ; 


Brenken 


B., 8, 488 












does not 
















melt in Cl 











.... 





700 


25-30 


.... 


A, 189, 185 




)j 




>) 




33 


Christomanos 


B., 10, 438 


32, 164 


Indium trichloride 


.... 


InCl 3 


Sublimes 




(?) 


(?) 











without 
















meltingfar 
















a.440,slow- 
















ly at 530, 
















and quickly 
















at a low 
















red heat 










Potassium chloride 


.... 


KC1 


.... 


730 


Braun 


P. A., 154, 190 




,, .... .... 




M 




734 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




,, 




M 




738 





29, 498 




Lithium chloride 




LiCl 




598 


51 


33, 278 









)) 




602 


1) 


29, 497 




Magnesium chloride , 




MgCl 2 




708 


)> 


33, 279 




55 )) 




)> 


Volatile 


.... 


Henry 


A. S. S. B., 1879 




Manganous chloride 




MnCL, 


Non-volatile 




.... 












at a tem- 
















perature 
















above the 
















m. p. of 
















glass 











18 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point, 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Manganous chloride 




MnCl 2 




Easily fusible 


Bayer 


J. p. C. [2], 5, 105 


vii., 771 










at dull red 
















heat 








i) 


+4H 2 





106 


87-5 


John 


.... 


ili., 804 


Molybdenum pentachloride... 


.... 


MoCl 6 




170-175 


Piutti 


G. I., 9, 538 


38, 220 


11 11 









185 


Debray 




5> 


11 n 







268 


194 


11 


G. J. G, 1868 


vi., 831 


Nitrogen trichloride 


.... 


NC1 3 


71 


Does not s. 


Pelouze and Fremy 


Traite de Chim., 
















i., 443 




Sodium chloride 




NaCl 




772 


Carnelley 


33, 280 




j, ,, 









776 


11 


29, 498 




i) 




JJ 




960 


Braun 


P. A., 154, 190 




Niobium peutachloride 




NbCl 6 


240-5 


194 


Deville and Troost 


C. R., 64 




Nickel chloride 




NiClj 


Sublimes 


.... 


Henry 


A. S. S. B., 1879 










without 








\ 








melting 










Phosphorous trichloride 




PC1 3 


73-8 (760) 




Regnault 


A. Suppl., 4, 129 


iii.,97; iv., 510 


11 




)J 


75-95 (760) 




Thorpe 


B., 8, 331 


37, 333 


11 11 




)> 


76 (760) 




Buff 


A. Suppl., 4, 129 


37, 334 


j) 11 







75-5 




Pawlewski 


B., 16, 2633 


46, 252 


11 


.... 


J 


285-5 c.t. 




11 


)1 


11 


11 11 




JT 


76-25 c. (768) 




Thorpe 


B., 8, 330 


28, 731 


II )! 




)J 


76-7 (745-9) 




Haagen 


P. A., 131, 117 


37, 334 


)) 


.... 


iJ 


78 (763) 




Dumas 


A., 96 


iv., 510 


11 1 







78-34 (751-5) 




Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213 or 


? 














A. C. P. [3], 20, 5 




)1 1) 

pentachloride .... 




) 

PC1 5 


78-5 (760) 
148 




Andrews 
Strecker 


G. J. C., 1847, 48 
Lehrbuch 


)) 


11 11 




i 


Under pres- 




.... 




iv., 512 








sure melts 
















at 148 and 
















boils a lit- 
















tle a. 148 










Lead chloride 


.... 


PbCl 2 




498 
im 


Carnelley 


33, 278 

9Q .IQft 













O\Ji 
KQA 


11 
Braun 


4iJ)'i7O 
PA 1 1", I 1 Qf 








j 


o Q(i-\ 


JOU 




. A., LD4j iyU 

qo OQQ 








J 


o>. OD1 
SKI Off/, 




GarnelleyocWillianis 


''. _ > 
or XifiA 




Rubidium chloride 
Sulphur monochloride 


.... 


RbCl 
S 2 C1 2 


OU-i ' ' / 

136 (760) 


710 


n 
Carnelley 
Chevrier 


5O, iJU 1 * 

33, 279 
C. R., 64, 302 


v., 533 


11 11 


.... 


i) 


136-5-137u.c. 


.... 


Hiibner & Guerout 


Z. C. [2], 6, 455 


vii., 1129 


11 11 




i> 


136-137 




Dalzell and Thorpe 


P. M. [4], 42, 309 


24, 1163 


11 ii 


.... 





137-7 (761-4) 




Haageii 


P. A., 131, 117 


37, 356 


11 11 


.... 





138 




Dumas 


A. C. P. [2], 49, 


11 














204 




M 11 


"f 


11 


138 




Ramsay 


35, 471 




11 11 


.... 


j) 


138 


.... 


Hermann&Kochliu 


B., 15, 417 


4?, 927 


11 11 




T 


139 




Ramsay 


27, 860 




11 11 


.... 


J 


139 




Wurtz 


C. R., 62, 460 


vi., 1065 


11 11 


.... 


J 


139 




Marchand 


J. F. P., 22, 507 


v., 533 


11 1) 
11 11 

Mixture near SC1 S 


.... 


11 

SC1 2 (?) 


138-1% (760) 
144 (760) 
Variable 




Thorpe 
Kopp 
Marchaud 


37, 356 
A., 96 
J. F. P., 22, 507 


87, 356 


11 11 


.... 


1 


64 




Davy 


11 


v., 533 


11 11 


.... 





64 




Dumas 


A. C. P. [2], 49, 


11 














204 




11 11 
Sulphur dichloride 




)1 
)) 


64 
Begins to boil 


Orystallizable 


Marchand 
Thorpe and Dalzell 


.... 
24, 1163 


11 


Antimony trichloride 


.... 


SbCl 3 


at 50-60 

198 




Davy 


J. F. P., 18, 449 




11 i, 




11 


abt. 200 


72 


n 


1) 


1,318 


11 11 


.... 


11 


216 


72 


Cooke 


J. [1877], 284 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



19 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Antimony trichloride 




SbCl 3 


221 




Carnelley& Williams 


33, 282 




11 


.... 


11 


223-5 (760) 


73'2 


Thorpe 


Roy. Soc., 1876 




i " 




11 


223 (760) 


73-2 


Kopp 


A., 1855 or 1856 




51 l 




51 


225 




Henry 


A. S. S. B., 1879 




)1 J1 


.... 


11 


230 


72 


Capitaine 


J. F. P., 18, 449 




1> 




)> 


160 in vac. 




Williams 


30, 464 




pentachloride.... 




SbCl 5 




6 


Kammerer 


B., 8, 507 


28, 1163 


5) 1) 


.... 





vol. into 





Henry 


A. S. S. B., 1879 










SbClj+Cl. 










Selenium dichloride 


.... 


Se 2 01 2 


Volatile 


Liquid 


Thorpe 


'Non-Metals,' 353 




tetrachloride 




SeClj 


Sublimes 


Solid 


J5 


) 




11 i) 


.... 


11 


Easily vol. 




Henry 


A. S. S. B., 1879 










without 
















fusion 










Silicon trichloride 




Si-jO, 


144-148 


s. abt. 1 


Friedel and La- 


A. C. P. [15], 19, 


38, 608 












denburg 


390 







.... 


!! 


146-148 


s. 14 


Troost and Haute- 


Z. F. C. 14, 331 


24, 999 












feuille 











JJ 


146-148 


s. 1 


Friedel 


C. R., 73, 1011 


vii., 1086 


tetrachloride 




SiCl 4 


50 


1. 20 


Serullas 


J. F. P., 18, 449 


v., 268 


51 JJ 


.... 


5J 


56-81 (760) 




Regnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 


vii., 135 


'J 


.... 


)1 


57-57 (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 327 




) 


.... 


1) 


55-60 




Friedel and Lad- 


B. S. C. [2], 7, 322 


vi., 1019 












enburg 









.... 


11 


58 (762) 




Haagen 


P. A., 131, 117 


37, 328 


11 


.... 


11 


59 (760) 




Pierre 


P. A., 76, 458; 


1) 














A. C. P. [3], 20, 5 




1? 11 


.... 


n 


59 




Troost and Haute- 


C. R., 73, 563 


vii., 1086 












feuille 






Stannous chloride 


.... 


8na 2 


617-628 


S49-3 c. 


Carnelley& Williams 


35, 563 














250 


Marx 


Gm. Kr. 


v., 806 







)I 


b. 619 




V. and C. Meyer 


B., 12, 1196 


36, 1014 


,, 


+4H 2 


11 




50 






v., 807 


Stannic chloride 




SnCl 4 


112 (754-9) 




Haagen 


P. A., 131, 117 







.... 





112-5 (752) 




Andrews 


C. N., 25, 61 


v., 808 










113-9 (760) 


.... 


Thorpe 


37, 331 




i) 




) 


114 




Regnault 


M. A. S., 26, 913 


iii., 97 


,, 







115-4 (753-1) 




Pierre 


P. A., 76, 458; 


v., 808 














A. C. P. [3], 20, 58 




- 




11 


118-120 




Watts and Bell 


33, 443 







.... 


I? 


120 (767) 




Dumas 


C. N., 25, 61 


v., 808 


Strontium chloride 




SrCl 2 




8SB 


Carnelley 


33, 280 




,, 


.... 


)> 




829 


u 


29, 498 







.... 







910 


Braun 


P. A., 154, 190 




j, 


+6H 2 O 







112 


Tilden 


45, 268 




Tantalum pentachloride 


.... 


TaCl 5 


841-6 (753) 


811-3 


Deville and Troost 


C. R., 64, 294 


vi., 1079 


11 ,j 


.... 


J> 




221 





B. S. C., 2, 120 


v., 662 


Tellurium dichloride 




TeCl 2 


327 c. 




Darnelley & Williams 


35, 563 




)i 


.... 


n 




209 


' ) 


37, 125 




tetrachloride 




TeCl 4 


414 




?5 i 


35, 563 




i 




11 




224 c. 


)> 


37, 125 




Thorium 


.... 


ThCl 4 


Slightly 




Roscoe and Schor- 


T. C., ii., 274 










volatile 




lemmer 






11 11 


.... 


11 


n.-v. at 440 


Solid 


Chydeuius 


P. A., 119, 43 


v., 785 


Titanium dichloride 


.... 


Ti 2 Cl 4 




Solid ; d. on 


Friedel and Gu6rin 


A. C. P. [5], 7, 24 


31, 170 










heating 








trichloride 




Ti 2 Cl 5 


n.-v. 


Solid 





11 


31, 169 


tetrachloride 




Tia 4 


135 


1. 25 


Duppa 


P. A., 97, 510 


v., 837 


11 


.... 


j? 


135 (763) 




Dumas and Kopp 


A., 96 




11 


.... 





136 (762-3) 




Pierre 


P. A., 76, 458, 


37, 320 














A. C. P. [3], 20, 5 









> 


136-41 (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 329 


^ o 



20 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Titanium tetrachloride 




TiCl 4 




1. 25 


Friedel and Gu6rin 


A. C. P. [5], 7, 24 


31, 168 


Thallium chloride 




T1C1 




a. 260 


Crookes 


17, 139 


v., 747 







u 




427 


Carnelley 


33, 277 














434 





29, 496 














451 


Carnelley& Williams 









In the vapour 





708-719 




,. 


33, 284 







In the liquid 





719-731 




!> 







Uranium tetrachloride 




UC1 4 


Volatile 




Henry 


A. S. S. B., 1879 




Vanadium dichloride 




VC1 2 




Solid 


Eoscoe 


P. T. [1869], 679 




,, trichloride 


.... 


VC1 3 


n.-v. in H 







5) 5) 




tetrachloride 




VC1 4 


154 (760) 


b. 18 








vi., 1126 


Tungsten pentachloride 




WC1 5 


275-6 


248 





C. N., 25, 61 


vii., 1184 


hexachloride 




WC1 6 




180 


Forcher 


W. A., 44, 159 


v., 899 


n 




M 




183 


Cahours 






1) ,. 




J) 




189 


Teclu 


A., 187, 255 


32, 70.9 












218 


Eiche 


J., 9, 373 












346-7 (759) 


275 c. 


Eoscoe 


C. N., 25, 61 


vii., 1184 


Yttrium trichloride 




YtCl 3 




Fusible 








Zinc chloride .. .... . 




ZnClj 




262 


Brauu 


P. A., 154, 190 


29, 504 




















In the vapour 




676-683 




Carnelley & Williams 


33, 284 






In the liquid 




708-719 
















b. 890 




Meyer 


B., 12, 1197 


36, 1014 


Zirconium tetrachloride 




JJ 

ZrCl 4 




Fusible 


Henry 


A. S. S. B., 1879 









>. 


b. 440 or 350 




Deville and Troost 


C. E., 45, 821 





3. BROMIDES. XBn. 


Silver bromide 




AgBr 




4S7 


Carnelley 


33, 277 













434 


)! 


29, 496 






Aluminium bromide 




Al 2 Br 6 


265-270 


90 


Weber 


J., 10,157; P. A., 


1., 156 














103, 254 


51 




5) 


260 


93 


Deville and Troost 


J., 12, 26 












263-3 (747) 




Mallet 


P. T., 1880, 1003 




Arsenic tribromide 


.... 


AsBr 3 


220 


20-25 


Serullas 


A. C.P.[2], 38,318 


Gold monobromide 




AuBr 




s. ; d. a. 115 








dibromide 




Au 2 Br 4 




s. ; d. 115 








Boron tribromide 


.... 


BBr. ( 


90-5 




Wohler & Deville 


J., 10, 94; A. C. P. 


i., 629 














[3], 52, 89 




Barium bromide 




BaBr 2 




812 


Carnelley 


33, 280 




Beryllium bromide ,.... 




BeBr. 




585-617 


i> 


P. E. S. 


37, 126 


Bismuth tribromide 


.... 


BiBr 3 


4S4-498 




Carnelley & Williams 


33, 283 




,, ,, .... .... 


.... 


)5 


Dull red heat 


198-202 


Maclvor 


C. N., 30, 191 


28, 133 


> ,, .... .... 




) 


M 


200 


Weber 




i., 591 


,j .... .... 




11 




200 


Serullas 


A.C.P.[2], 38,318 




,, ,, .... 


.... 


)1 




210-215 


Muir 


29, 144 




,, ,, .... .... 
Carbon bromides 




J) 

See Part II. 




215 


Thorpe 


" Metals," 216 




Calcium bromide 




CaBr 2 




676 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




,, ,1 .... .... 


.... 


1) 




680 


)i 


29, 497 




Cadmium bromide 




CdBr., 




571 


5) 


33, 278 









)J 


806-812 




Carnelley & Williams 


37, 126 




,, ,, .... .... 







800-914 




Meyer 


B., 12, 1284 


36, 875 


Cobalt bromide 


+ 6H 2 O 


CoBr 2 




100 


Hartley 




vii., 363 


Cuprous bromide 


.... 


Cu.,Br 2 




504 


Carnelley& Williams 


37, 125 




,, ,, .... 







861-954 




)) ji 


37, 126 




Hydrobromic acid 




HBr 




s. 87, and 


Faraday 


P. T., 1845, 155 












melts at 
















-86-7 








,, 




11 


Cond. 69 


s. -73 







i., 673 


,, ,, .... .... 


+ 2H.,O 


1J 




-11 


Berthelot 


C. E., 86, 279 


34, 363 


i) )i 


+5H 2 O 


11 


126 




Champion & Pellet 


C. E., 70, 620 


vii., 211 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



21 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Mercurous bromide 


.... 


Hg. 2 Br 2 




a. 405 (?) 


Carnelley 


33, 277 




Mercuric bromide 




HgBr 2 




222-223 


Oppenheini 


Z. F. C., 13, 155 







By specific heat method 







242 


Carnelley 




33, 276 





By thermometer 







244 


Williams 


33, 275 




,, .... 


5) 


3) 




2S4 11. c. = 

91:1, I* 


Carnelley 


33, 276 




,, 








ajfty c. 

244 


Carnelley& Williams 


37, 127 









JJ 


319 




,, ,, 


33, 282 




Iodine monobromide 




IBr 




36 




A., 189, 203 












110-120 


43 


Maclvor 


29, 330 




tribromide 




IBr 3 


80-82 












Potassium bromide 




KBr 




699 


Carnelley 


33, 279 









JJ 




703 





29, 497 




Lithium bromide 




LiBr 




547 





33, 278 




Magnesium bromide 




MgBr 2 




695 





33, 279 




Nitrogen tribromide 




NBr 3 


Very v. 


Liquid 


Pelouze & Fremy 


Traite de Chemie 




Sodium bromide .... ... 




NaBr 




708 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




,, 




J) 




712 





29, 497 




Phosphorus tribromide 


.... 


PBr 3 


167 




Baudrimont 






,. 




J) 


172-9 (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 335 




J) !! 


.... 







1. -12 






iv., 509 


)< 







175-3 (760-2) 




Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213, or 
















A. C. P. [3], 20, 5 




pentabromide 




PBr 6 




Moderate ht. 


Balard 




iv., 510 


Lead bromide 




PbBr 2 




499 


Carnelley 


33, 278 










a. 861 




^arnpllpv ^T^illiaTYia 


33, 283 




Rubidium bromide 




RbBr 




683 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




Sulphur monobromide 


.... 


S 2 Br 2 


185-200 




Muir 


28, 847 




Antimony tribromide 




SbBr 3 


270 


94 


Serullas 


A. C. P. [2], 38, 318 




,, 







v. 270 


90 






i., 317 


,, 







375-4 (760) 


90 


Kopp 


A., 1855 or 1856 




51 







280 


93 


Cooke 


J. [1877], 284 




5! !) 







283 


90 


Maclvor 


C. N., 29, 179 




Silicon tribromide 


.... 


Si 2 Br 6 


240 


Crystalline 


Friedel 


C. R., 73, 101 


vii., 1086 















Friedel and Laden- 


A. C. P. [5], 19, 390 


38, 608 




* 








burg 






tetrabromide 




SiBr 4 


148-150 


. 12to 15 


Serullas 


A. C. P. [2], 48, 87 


v., 268 










153- 6(763-3) 




Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213 


( 


Stannous bromide 


In the vapour 


SuBr 2 


617-634, 


259 c. 


Carnelley & Williams 


35, 564 






In the liquid 


M 


632-634 


259 c. 


I! !> 





5) 


Stannic bromide 




SnBr 4 


SOI u. c. 


30 


Carnelley & O'Shea 


33, 55 




.< v 




5) 


203 c. 


33 


Reiss & Ray maim 


C. C. [1882], 773 


44, 424 


,, 









39 


Boedeker 


J., 13, 17 




Strontium bromide 


.... 


SrBr 2 


.... 


630 


Jarnelley 


33, 279 




Tellurium dibromide 


Not quite pure 


TeBr 2 


339 


abt. 280 


Oarnelley& Williams 


37, 125 




i) 







343 


305 


Carnelley 


Unpublished 




tetrabromide 


.... 


TeBr 4 


414-427 


380 


Darnelley & Williams 


35, 563, & 37, 125 




Titanium tetrabromide 




TiBr 4 


230 


39 


Duppa 


J., 9, 365 


v., 836 


Thallium bromide 


.... 


TIBr 




458 


Carnelley 


33, 278 




.. ). 


.... 







463 


H 


29, 496 




Tungsten pentabromide 


.... 


WBr 5 


333 


276 


Roscoe 


G. J. C., 1872 




Zinc bromide 




ZnBr. 




394 


r-, 11 


oo 977 














llcy 


OO, 1 t t 







.... 


M 


695-699 


.... 


Oarnelley & Williams 


33, 283 




Zirconium tetrabromide 




ZrBr 4 


Easily v. at 


.... 


Roscoe and Schor- 


T. C. 










heat of gas 




lemmer 












name 











22 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 

4. IODIDES. XT. 



Name, 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Silver iodide .... 




Ael 




537 


Carnelley 


33, 278 








xxg-i. 




530 




29, 497 











v. at white 




, 
Vogel 


N. K. P., 20, 129 


vii., 1090 




.... 


i) 


















heat in 
















closed vesse 


















450 


Eodwell 


C. N., 31, 46 


28, 532 


Aluminium iodide 


.... 


u 
A1 2 I, 


a-Hg 


abt. 185 


Weber 


J., 10, 156; P. A., 


i., 157 














107, 264 




jj jj 


.... 





350 


125 


Deville and Troost 


J., 12, 26 (?) 




Arsenic triiodide 


.... 


AsI 3 




146 


Carnelley 


33, 275 




jj jj 


.... 


JJ 


394 to 414 




Carnelley &William 


33, 283 




Bismuth triiodide 




Bil, 


d.in air, with 


b.439insealec 


jj jj 


37, 125 










evolution 


tubes 










, 




of I ; resi- 
















due melts 
















at 462 










Bromine iodide 


.... 


BrI 


See Bromide 










Carbon tetraiodide 




CI 4 


See Part II 










Calcium iodide 




CaI 3 




631 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




Cadmium iodide 


.... 


CdI 2 




404 


jj 


33, 277 




jj 


.... 


jj 


708-719 ; d. 




Carnelley & William 


37, 126 




Chlorine iodides 




See Chlorides 












Cuprous iodide 


Different preparations 


Cu,I 




601 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




n JJ 


j 


J> 




628 


Carnelley & O'Shea 


45, 409 




jj 




)) 


759-772 




Carnelley & Wi lliams 


37, 126 




Ferrous iodide 




FeI 2 




177 


Carius & Wanklyn 


A., 120, 69 




Gallium triiodide 


.... 


GaI 8 


a. I 




Boisbaudran 


C. R, 86, 578 




Hydriodic acid 




HI 




-49-5 ; s. at 


Faraday 


P. T. [1845], 155 


ill., 285 










-51 








Mercurous iodide 


.... 


Hg 2 I 2 


310 p. d. 


290 


Yvon 


C. R, 76, 1607 


26, 1104 


Mercuric iodide 




HgI 2 


.... 


200 


Eodwell 


P. T. [1882], 1141 


36, 498 





.... 


J) 




238 


(?) 


Gm. Kr. 


36, 602 


J, ,, 


.... 


)J 


339-359 


238 


Carnelley & Williams 


33, 283 




J> jj 


.... 


JJ 




238 


Oppenheim 


Z. F. C., 13, 155 




,J JJ 


.... 


)J 


349 


241 


Carnelley& Williams 


36, 602 




JJ J 


.... 


JJ 




253-254 


Kohler 


B., 12, 608 


36, 602 


JJ JJ 


.... 


JJ 


358 




Hittorf 


G. J. C., 1865 




Potassium iodide 


.... 


KI 




634 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




j, j 


.... 


JJ 




639 


jj 


29, 497 




jj jj 


.... 


JJ 




666 


Braun 


P. A, 154, 190 




triiodide 




KI 3 




45 


Johnson 


31, 253 




Lithium iodide 


.... 


Lil 




446 


Carnelley 


33, 278 




jj jj 


.... 


j) 




453 




29, 496 




Sodium iodide 




Nal 




628 


jj 


33, 279 




>! 


.... 


fj 




633 




29, 497 




Phosphorous diiodide 


.... 


PI 2 




a. 110 


Corenwinder 


J., 3, 272 




triiodide 




PI 3 




55 








Lead iodide .... 




T>r-r 






jj 


JJ 






.... 


JrDl 2 




383 


Carnelley 


33, 277 




Kubidium iodide 
Sulphur iodide 
Antimony triiodide 


.... 


JJ 

Rbl 
SI 2 orS 2 I 2 (?) 
SbI 3 


861-954 


.... 
642 
b. 60 
164-4 c. 


Carnelley & Williams 
Carnelley 
Gay-Lussac 
Maclvor 


37, 126 
33, 279 
Gmelin, 2, 267 
29, 328 




jj jj 


.... 


u 




165-5 u. c. 


u 


C. N., 29, 255 


27, 870 


u jj 


.... 


u 




167 


Cooke 


J. [1877], 285 




JJ >! 


.... 


jj 


401 (760) 




jj 


C. N., 44, 255 


42, 354 


JJ ! 




u 


400-4-400-9 




Bennett 


jj 




>! J1 


.... 


jj 


401 




jj 


S. J. [3], 15, 391 




JJ ) 

pentiodide 


.... 


jj 
SbI 5 


414-427 


171 
78-79 


Carnelley & Williams 
Pendleton 


33, 283 
C. N., 48, 97 


46, 19 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



23 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Selenium moniodide.... 


.... 


Sel 


.... 


70 


Schneider 


P. A., 129, 627 




tetriodide 


.... 


SeI 4 




75-80 


,, 


j) 




Silicon triiodide 




Si 2 I 6 


Crystalline 


250 d. 


Friedel& Ladenburg 


A. C. P. [5], 19, 390 


38, 008 ; 
















vi., 1022 


tetriodide 




SiI 4 


290 


120-5 


Friedel 


J.F.P.,107,245; 


vi., 1022 














A., 149, 96 




Stannous iodide 


.... 


SnI 2 




316 


Carnelley & Williams 


35, 564 




Stannic iodide 


.... 


SnI 4 


295 


146 


Personne 


J., 15, 172 


v., 815 


Strontium iodide 




SrI 2 




507 


Carnelley 


33, 278 




Ktanium tetraiodide 




TiI 4 


s. a. 360 


150 


Hautefeuille 


J., 20, 207 


v., 841 


[Tiallium iodide 




Til 




4S9 


Carnelley 


33, 278 




jj >? "" .. 




) 




446 


ji 


29, 496 




i ,, .... .... 


In the liquid 





806-814 


.... 


Carnell ey & Williams 


33, 284 




., .... 


In the vapour 





800-806 







J) 




Zinc iodide.... 


.... 


ZnI 2 




446 


Carnelley 


33, 278 




)> " ' 


.... 





624 




Carnelley & Williams 







5. OXIDES. XO. 


Aluminium oxide 




ALA 




Fuses inoxy- 






i., 159 










hydrogen 
















flame 








Arsenic trioxide 




AsA 


Volatile 


Fuses under 


Odliug 


0. 0. C. 












pressure 








,, 


.... 





v. abt. 218 


.... 






i., 373 


Boron trioxide 


.... 


BA 




577 


Carnelley 


33, 278 




.... 


.... 







1300 


Quinckfi 


P. A. 


vii., 242 


Beryllium oxide 


.... 


BeO 




v. without 


Odling 


0. 0. C. 












melting in 
















oxyhydro- 
















gen flame 








Bismuth dioxide 


-... 


BiA 




Not at 180, 


Muir 


32, 131 












but forms 








trioxide 


.... 


BiA 




Fusible 


Odling 


0. 0. C. 




Carbon oxides 


.... 


See Part II. 












Chlorine monoxide 




C1 2 O 


19 to 20 


Liquid 


Pelouze 


A, 3, 7 




trioxide 


.... 


ciA 


8-9 (745) 




Brandan 


Z. F. C., 13, 47 












s. a. 


Liquid 





A., 151, 340 


vi., 440 


tetroxide 




CIA 




76 


Faraday 


G. J. C., 1845 












9-9 (730-9) 




Schacherl 


A., 206, 68 


40, 34(i 


.... 







9 (730) 




Pebal 


A., 178, 1 


28, 1158 


1! " 


From KC1O 3 and H 2 SO 4 





20 




Millon 


.... 


ii 


,. 


From euchlorine 


u 


32 












oxide 


.... 


(?) 


.... 


59 


Faraday 






Chromium trioxide 




Cr0 3 


.... 


190 






i., 952 




.... 






200 
















.... 


abt. 300 


Henry 


A. S. S. B. 







.... 


u 




Melts s. b. 


Schafarik 


W. A., 47, 256 


vi., 453 










the b. p. 
















of strong 
















H 2 S0 4 








Cuprous oxide 




Cu 2 




Bed heat 


Odling 


0. 0. C. 




Cupric oxide ,. 




CuO 




Bright red 
















heat. d. 








Water 




H 2 O 


100 

















For tables of 


tensions of 














aqueous 


vapour and 








- 






also for 


table show- 














ing in 


flueiice of 














pressure on 


m. p. see 












- 


Part III. 











24 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& JT. Ch. Soc. 


Hydrogen dioxide 


.... 


HA 




1. 30 


Thenard 


Traite de Chem. 


iii., 197 














4th ed. iv., 2, 41 




Iodine trioxide 




IA 




Solid ; d. at 


Ogier 


C. R., 85, 957 


34, 11 










125-130 








Potassium monoxide 


.... 


KjO 


v. at high 


Red heat 






iv., 706 








temp. 










i 


.... 


J) 




Infusible if 


Lupton 


30, 577 












white; con- 
















tains higher 
















oxide when 
















yellow 








Magnesium oxide 


.... 


MgO 


.. 


Infusible 


Odling 


0. 0. C. 




Molybdenum trioxide 


.... 


MoO 3 




759 


Carnelley 


33, 279 







.... 


)J 


Sublimes 




Stierlin 


J. p. C. [2], 14, 464 


31, 691 


Nitrogen monoxide 


.... 


N 2 




115 








,, 


.... 


)) 




100 


Faraday 


G. J. C., 1845 




,, 




)> 


Q% 


99 


Wills 


C. N., 28, 170 


vii., 853 


jj ,, 


.... 


)) 


92 (760) 




Pictet 


A. C. P. [5], 13, 213 




,, . .. 


.... 





88 




(?) 


(?) 


27, 23; iv., 67 


,, 




)) 


87-9 (759) 




Regnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 


ili., 84 


dioxide 


.... 


NA 


Cond. 11 




Cailletet 


C. R., 85, 1017 


34, 11 








(104 ate.) 
















and re- 
















mains li- 
















quid at 
















+ 8 (270 
















ats.) 










trioxide 


.... 


NA 


18 




Thorpe 


"Non-Metals,"202 




. .. 







b. 0. and per- 


1. 30 


Hasenbach 


J. p. C. [21 4, 1 










haps b. 10 










,, 


.... 


)> 


cond. +14'4 




Gaines 


C. N., 48, 97 


46,15 








(755) 










tetroxide 


.... 


NO 2 


28 (760) 




Dulong 


Sw. J., 18, 177 




)) 


.... 


)) 


28 




Mitscherlich 


Sw. J., 63, 109 




i) )> 


.... 


JJ 




s. 20 


Peligot & Fritsche 


Gm. Kr. 




j) j, 


.... 





.... 


11-5 to 12 


Muller 


G. J. G, 1862 




" 


.... 


)> 


21-6(760) 




Thorpe 


37, 224 




j) 


.... 


J) 


22 




Goldschmidt 


A., 205, 372 


40, 506 







;> 


22 




(?) 


(?) 


iv., 76 


)j .... .... 


.... 


) 


.... 


s. 10 


Deville and Troost 


C. R, 64, 257 


vi., 871 





.... 





22 


9 


Peligot 


Gm. Kr. 







.... 


)) 


26 




Gay-Lussac 












)) 


25-30 




Girard and Pabst 


G. J. C., 1878 




pentoxide 


.... 


NA 


40-50 


29-30 


Odet and Vignon 


C. R., 69, 1142 


vi., 874 


j) j) 




51 


45-50 


29-30 


Deville 


J., 2, 257 




j) 







abt. 45 


little a. 30 





A. C. P. [3], 28, 


iv., 78 














241 




jr 


.... 







abt. 30 


Weber 


P. A., 147, 113 


vii., 856 


Sodium monoxide 


.... 


Na.,0 




Fusible 


Odling 


O. 0. C. 




Osmium tetroxide . 




OsO 4 


abt. 100 


Solid 


Henry 


A. S. S. B. 




)j 







abt. 100 




Deville and Debray 


A. C. P. [3], 56 




j> 




) 


A little above 


Much b. 100 


Glaus 


A. 67, 375 


iv., 246 








the m. p. 










Lead monoxide 




PbO 


v. at white 


Red heat 


Henry 


A. S. S. B. 










heat 










Ruthenium dioxide 




Eu0 2 


Does not sub- 




Deville and Debray 


C. R., 83, 926 


31,443 








lime at red 
















heat 










tetroxide 




RuO 4 




40 


D 


C. R., 80, 458 









)j 


abt. 100 


58 


Glaus 


J., 12, 262 , v., 138 


Sulphur dioxide 




S0 2 


8 (759-2) 




Pierre 


J., 1, 63 ! 26, 597 


" 




) 


10 




Faraday 


P. T. [1823], 189 v., 540 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Sulphur dioxide 


.... 


S0 2 


101 


.... 


Eegnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 


iii., 135 


,, .... 


.... 


5) 


10-5 


.... 


Dufour 


A. C. P. [3], 68, 


Hi., 87 














378 




j) 


.... 


)J 


-10-5 (744) 




Bunsen 


P. A., 46, 97 


iii., 84 


.... .... 


.... 


)> 


10-3 (741) 




Andreeff 


G. J. C., 1859 







.... 





9-9 (754) 




j> 







.... 


.... 





10 (760); 


.... 


Pictet 


C. C. [1877], 81 ; 


34, 251 ;. 








35 (not more 






P. M. [5], 1, 484 


31, 163 








than 4 ats.) 













.... 





.... 


. 76 


Faraday 


P. T. [1845], 155 







.... 







79 






v., 540 





.... 


J) 




80 


Mitchell 


A., 37 







.... 





.... 


100 


Clarke 


C. E. T. 




Mixture of sulphur di- and 


SO 2 +SO S 


SA 


5 




Schultz-Sellack 


P. A., 139, 480 


vii., 1136 


trioxides 
















Sulphur trioxide 


.... 


S0 3 


46-2 (762) 


14-8 


Weber 


P. A., 159, 313 


32, 165 





.... 


J) 


.... 


s. 14-8 


) 


J. p. C., 25, 218 


42,804 





.... 


)J 




a. 25 


Bussy 


A. C. P. [2], 26, 
















411 




n n ...- .... 


(a) Modification 


)) 


46 (760) 


16 


Schultz-Sellack 


P. A., 139, 480 










20 (200) 













0) 


J 


20 (30-40) 


Gradually a. 


i 


n 


vii., 135 










50 








,, 







46-47 (760) 


29-5 


Buff 


A. 4th Suppl. 129 




)) 




)) 




When re- 


Marignac 


A., 188, 228 


v., 569 










cently soli- 
















dified melts 
















abt.!8,but 
















quickly 
















passes into 
















another 
















modifica- 
















tion, which 
















does not 
















melt b. 100 
















but returns 
















to the first 
















modifica- 
















tion, b. p. 
















=35 








Antimony trioxide 


.... 


Sb 2 O 3 


Sublimes 


Bed heat 


Henry 


A. S. S. B. 




J) )! 


* 


) 


b. 1560 


.... 


Meyer 


B. 12, 1284 




Selenium dioxide 


.... 


SeO 2 


v. at 300 with 




Boscoe and Schor- 


T. C. 










out melting 




lemmer 






Tellurium dioxide 


.... 


TeO 2 


a. Te 


.... 


Henry 


A. S. S. B. 




trioxide 


.... 


TeO 3 




Fusible 


(?) 


(?) 




Titanium sesquioxide 


.... 


TiA 


Crystalline, 




Friedel and Guerin 


A. C. P. [5], 7, 24 


31, 168 








forms TiO 2 
















on heating 










dioxide 


.... 


TiO 2 


.... 


Fuses in 


Odling 


0. 0. C. 












oxyhydro- 
















gen flame 








Thallic oxide 




TUX 




759 


Carnelley & CXShea 


45, 409 




Uranium tetroxide 


.... 


J - i 2 v '3 

U0 4 


I. 


b. red heat d 


Fairley 


31, 127 




Vanadium pentoxide 


.... 


VA 




658 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




Tungsten trioxide 


.... 


W0 3 


.... 


Ht. of forge 


Henry 


A. S. S. B. 




Zirconium dioxide 


.... 


Zr0 2 




Not in oxy- 


Odling 


O. O. C. 












hydrogen 
















flame 









26 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 
6. SULPHIDES. XS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Silver sulphide 
Aluminium sulphide 


.... 


A1A 




Fuses 
Melts with 


Odling 
Eeichel 


0. 0. C. 

J. p. C. [2], 12, 55 


29,43 










difficulty 
















Fusible 


Fremy 




i., 160 


JJ 33 

Arsenic trisulphide 


.... 


As 2 S 3 




Easily fusible 


Odling 


O. 0. C. 




Boron trisulphide 


.... 


B 2 S 3 


Volatile 


Solid 


jj 


>j 




Beryllium trisulphide 


.... 


Be 2 S 3 (?) 




Solid 


(?) 


(?) 




Bismuth trisulphide 





Bi 2 S 3 




a. 264 


Odling 


O. O. C. 




Carbon sulphides 


.... 


See Part II 












Cuprous sulphide 


.... 


CujS 




Fusible 


3J 


JJ 




or cupric sulphide .... 


.... 


Cu 2 S or CuS 




1035 


Becquerel 


G. P. 813 




Hydrogen sulphide 


MM 


H 2 S 




S.86-B 


Faraday 


P. T. [1845], 155 






.... 





61-8 (760) 




Eegnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 


iii., 135 


jj jj " 


.... 





-73 




Cooke 


C. C. P., 592 




Mercuric sulphide 


MM 


HgS 


.... 


Sublimes 


Odling 


0. 0. C. 












without 
















melting 








Manganous sulphide 


.... 


MnS 




Not at 305 


(?) 


(?) 




Nitrogen sulphide 


.... 


NS 


Sublimes 135 


158 


Michaelis 


G. J. C., 1870 




Phosphorus disulphide 


Mplec. wt.=P 3 S 6 


PS 2 




248-249 


Seiler 


Diss. Gott., 76 









w 


.... 


296-298 


Bamme 


B., 12, 940 


36, 691 


monosulphide .... 


.... 


P 2 S 


Liquid 


s.alittleb.O 


Berzelius 


Gm., ii., 209 


iv, 600 


trisulphide 




PA 


880 


167 


Isambert 


C. R., 96, 1499 


44, 901 


n 


.... 


I? 


.... 


200 


Lemoine 


B. S. C., 1, 407 


iv, 602 











290 


jj 


J., 17, 134 




pentasulphide .... 


.... 


PA 




274-276 


Meyer 


B., 12, 610 


36, 579 


jj jj 


.... 





527 




Andrews 


B., 14, 2119 


42, 135 


jj jj 


.... 





530 




Hittorf 


P. A., 126, 196 




jj 







519 (734) 




Goldschmidt 


B., 15, 304 


42, 693 


jj jj 


.... 


jj 


517 (728-5) 




jj 


jj 


jj 


jj u 







550 (760) 







(?) 





subsulphide 


(a) Colourless 


P 4 s 


Liquid 


s. a little b.O 


Berzelius 


Gm., ii., 209 


iv., 599 


jj jj 


O) Red 







Solid 








iv., 600 


Tetraphosphorus trisulphide 


.... 


P 4 S 3 


300-400 


142 


Lemoine 


J., 17, 133 


iv., 602 


u 


.... 


JJ 




166 


Bamme 


B., 12, 1351 


36, 883 


Lead sulphide 


.... 


PbS 


Slightly v. 


Full red ht. 


Odling 


O. O. C. 




Antimony trisulphide 


.... 


Sb 2 S 3 




Eed heat 


33 







Selenium monosulphide 


.... 


SeS 




Fusible 


Ditte 


C. R., 73, 625 


24, 995 


disulphide 


.... 


SeS 2 


... 


A little a. 100 


Berzelius 




v., 233 


trisulphide 




SeS 3 




Fusible 










Stannous sulphide .... 


.. 


SnS 


.... 





Odling 


O. O. C. 




Stannic sulphide 




SnS 2 


d. on heating 







33 





7. SELENIDES. XSe. 



Cadmium selenide < 




CdSe 




Solid 


Margottet 


J. [1877], 269 




Phosphorus subselenide 


.... 


P 4 Se 




S.-12 


Hahn 


J. p. C., 93, 430 


iv., 597 


Hydrogen selenide 




H 2 Se 


Gas ; does not 




Uelsmann 


A., 116, 122 


v., 218 








cond. at 15 










Thallium selenide 




Tl 2 Se 




340 


Kuhlmann 


J., 17, 255 


v., 756 


Zinc selenide .... 




ZnSe 




Solid 


Margottet 


J. [1877], 269 





















8. TELLURTDES. XTe. 



Cadmium telluride 


.... 


CdTe 2 




Solid 


Margottet 


C. E., 84, 1293 


32, 570 


Potassium telluride 




K 2 Te 


.... 


b. Te 


Berzelius 




iv., 708 


Zinc telluride 


.... 


ZnTe 




Solid 


Margottet 


C. R., 84, 1293 


32, 570 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 
9. NITRIDES, PHOSPHIDES, ARSENIDES, AND SILICIDES. XN, XP, XAs, AND XSi. 



27 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Aluminum nitride 


. 


A1N 




)oes not melt, 


Mallet 


31, 349 












but slowly d. 








Boron nitride.... 




BN 




Infusible 


Odling 


O. O. C. 




Carbon nitride (cyanogen) .... 


.... 


C 2 N 2 


See Part II. 














H 3 N 




75 


Faraday 


P. T. [1845], 155 


i., 183 




.... 





38-5 




Regnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 


iii., 135 








36 




Thorpe 


"Non-Metals" 






.... 





35-7 




Loir and Drion 


B. S. C., 1, 184 


i., 102 








33-7 (749) 




Bunsen 




i., 183 








17-78(2-48 
















ats.) 
















(4-44 ats.) 
















10-8 (6 ats.) 






I 










19-44 (7-6 
















ats.) 
















28-31 (10 ats.) 
















For table of 
















tensions, see 
















Part III. 










Potassium nitride 


.... 


K 3 N 




d. without 


Gay-Lussac and 


.... 


iv., 695 










melting 


Thenard, Davy 






Titanium nitride 


.... 


S 


Crystalline 


d. at red heat 


Friedel and Guerin 


A. C. P. [5], 7, 24 


31, 168 


Hydrogen phosphide 




H 3 P 


Gas 


b. 110 


Faraday 


(?) 







.... 


H 4 P 2 




1. 20 


Thenard 


A. C. P. [3], 14, 5 


iii., 202 


Zinc phosphide 


.... 


Zn 3 P 2 


Volatile 


a. Zn. 


Hayer 


C. C. [1876], 585 


32, 113 


Hydrogen arsenide 




H^ 


58 




Cooke 


C. C. P. 







.... 





Cond. 30 




(?) 


(?) 


i., 372 





.... 







b. -110 


Faraday 


(?) 















113-5 


Olszewski 


M. C., 5, 127 


46, 816 


Hydrogen silicide 




H 4 Si 


Cond. 11 




Ogier 


C. K., 88, 236 


36, 436 








(50 ats.) 













.... 


B 


Cond. 5 



















(70 ats.) 













.... 





Cond. 1 



















(100 ats.) 













.... 





c.t. = abt. 


.... 





0! 


" 



K 2 



28 



III. COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THKEE ELEMENTS. 

1. CHLOROBROMIDES, CHLOROIODIDES, AND BROMOIODIDES. XClBr, XC1I, AND XBrl. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Carbon clilorobromides 


.... 


CCl 3 Br, &c. 


See Part II. 










Phosphorus chlorobromide .... 


.... 


PCl 3 Br 2 


d. 35 


s. -20 


Michaelis 


B., 5, 9 


32, 138; 25, 282 


5) 


PBr s .3ClBr 


PCl 3 Br 8 


b. 90 


s. 4-5 


Prinvault 


C. R., 74, 368 


vii., 961 


, 


PCl 3 Br.,.3Br 2 


J 




abt. 25 


Michaelis 


B., 5, 414 





Silicon chlorobromide 


.... 


SiCl 2 Br, 


abt. 100 




Friedel& Ladenburg 


A.C.P.[4],27,416 


26,54 


it 


.... 


SiCl 3 Br 


80 


Liquid 





J., 20, 555 


) 


Tin chlorobromide 


.... 


SnClBr 3 


181-190 




Reis and Eaymann 


0. C., 1882, 773 


44, 424 





...i 


SnCl 2 Br 2 (?) 


Begins at 


.... 


Ladenburg 


A. Suppl., 8, 60 


vii., 1158 








130, d. 










Titanium chlorobromide 




TiCl 2 Br 2 


180 




Friedel and Guerin 


A. C. P. [5], 7, 24 


31, 170 


) 


.... 


TiCl 3 Br 


160 


.... 


)> 





31, 169 


Mercuric chloroiodide 


.... 


HgClI 


315 


153 


Kohler 


B., 12, 1190 


36, 1017 


Platinum chloroiodide 


.... 


PtCl 2 I 2 




b. 100 


Kammerer 


A., 148, 329 


vi., 952 


Mercuric bromoiodide 




HgBrI 




229 


Oppenheim 


Z. F. C., 13, 155 


vi., 816 


Silicon tribromiodide 


.... 


SiBr 3 I 


200 


.... 


Friedel 


G. J. C., 1869 





2. DOUBLE FLUORIDES, DOUBLE CHLORIDES, DOUBLE BROMIDES, DOUBLE. IODIDES, 

XYF, XYC1, BXYr, XYI. 



Hydrofluosilicic acid 


2HF.SiF 4 .2H 2 O 


H 2 SiF 6 




abt. 19 


Kessler 


C. R., 90, 1285 


38, 789 


Aluminium sodium chloride 


Al 2 Cl 6 .2NaCl 


Al 2 Na 2 Cl s 


' 


185 


Deville 


J., 7, 332 




phosphoric chloride 


A1 2 C1 6 .2PC1 5 


A1 2 P 2 C1 10 


400 


Solid 


Baudrimont 


J., 15, 54 


iv., 516 


ji j) 


, 


)) 


less v. than 




Weber 


P. A., 107, 375 











either of 
















component 
















chlorides 










platinous chloride 


ALiCl 6 .2PtCl 2 .21H 2 O 


Al 2 Pt 2 Cl 10 




100 


Nilsoii 


J. p. C. [2], 15, 260 


32, 278 


Auro-cerous chloride 


2AuCl 3 .3CeCl 2 .20H 2 O 


Au 2 Ce 3 Cl 12 




Much b. 100 


Holzmann 


Z. C. P. [1862], 668 


vi., 420 


Caesium platinous chloride .... 


2CsCl.PtCl 2 


Cs 2 PtCl 4 




Fuses with- 


Godeffroy 


A. P. [3], 9, 343 


31, 686 










out d. 








Calcium platinous chloride .... 


CaCl 2 .PtCl 2 .8H 2 


CaPtCl 4 




100 


Nilson 


J. p. C. [2], 15, 260 


32, 277 


Ferrico-sodic chloride 


4NaCl.Fe 2 Cl 6 .2H 3 O 


Fe 2 Na 4 Cl, 




200 


Deville 




iii., 380 


phosphoric chloride.... 


Fe 2 Cl 6 .2PCl 6 


Fe 2 P 2 Cl I6 


a. 280 


98 


Baudrimont 


J., 15, 54 


iv., 516 


Mercuric chloride + hydro- 


2HCl.HgCl2.7H20 


H 2 HgCl 4 




abt. 2 d. 


Ditte 


C. R., 92, 353 


40, 355 


chloric acid 
















Tetra-ammoniacal hydro- 


Ha.4NH 3 


H 13 N 4 C1 




7 


Troost 


C. R., 88, 578 


36, 501 


chloride 
















Hepta-ammoniacal hydro- 


HC1.7NH, 


H 24 N 7 C1 




18 





)> 


j 


chloride 
















Silicon chloroform .... 




HSiCl 3 


35-37 




Friedel & Ladenburg 


B. S.C.[2],7,322 


vi., 1019 


Hydrogen silico-chloride 


3SiCl 2 .4HCl 


H 4 Si 3 Cl 10 


42 


Liquid 


Buff and Wohler 


J., 10, 168; A. 


v., 268 














104, 94 




Mercuric phosphochloride .... 


3HgCl 2 .2PCl 5 


Hg 3 P 2 Cl 16 


v. abt. 200 


Easily 


Baudrimont 


C. R., 55, 361 


iii., 911; iv., 516 


Nitrogen chlorophosphide .... 




N 3 P 3 C1 6 


a. 240 


110 


Gladstone & Holmes 


J., 3, 283 


iv., 517 


)j 




)> 


250-260 


114 


Wichelhaus 


G. J. C., 1870 




Phospho-platinic chloride .... 


Cl 2 Pt:PCl 3 


PPtCl 5 




170 


Schutzenberger 


B. S. C. [2], 14, 178 


vii., 987 


Diphospho-platinic chloride.... 


cijptPcis.PCL, 


P,,PtCl 8 




160 


, 


B. S. C. [2] 


vii., 990 


Platinico-phosphoric chloride 


PtCl 4 .2PCl 5 


P 2 PtCl 14 


a. 300 p. d. 


Solid 


Baudrimont 




iv., 516 


Phosphoric selenium chloride 


2PCl 5 .SeCl 4 


P 2 SeCl, 4 


220 







J., 15, 54 


iv., 515 


Stannico-phosphoric chloride 


PCl 5 .SnCl 4 


PSnCl 9 




220 


i, 




Iv., 516 


Titano-phosphorous chloride 


PCl 3 .TiCl 4 


PTiCl 7 




85-5 


Bertrand 


B. S. C., 33, 565 


40, 347 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



29 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Phosphoric zirconium chlo- 


PCl 5 .2ZrCl 4 


PZr 2 Cl 13 


325 


240 


Paijkull 


B. S. C. [2], 20, 65 


26, 1105 


ride 
















Platinous yttrium chloride .... 


3PtCl 2 .Yt 2 Cl 6 .24H 2 O 


Pt 3 Yt 2 Cl 13 




100 


Nilson 


J. p. C. [2], 15, 260 


32, 278 


Auric hydrogen bromide .... 


HBr.AuBr 3 .5H 2 O 


AuHBr 4 




27 


Thomsen 


J. p. C. [2], 13, 337 


30, 485 


Mercuric hydrogen bromide 


HBr.HgBr 2 .4H 2 O 


HHgBr 3 


.... 


13 


jj 


J. F. P. [2], 11, 283 




Tetra-ammoniacal hydro- 


HBr.4NH 3 


H 13 N 4 Br 


.... 


6 


Troost 


C. B., 92, 71 


40, 972 


bromide 
















Hepta-ammoniacal hydro- 


HrBr.7NH 3 


H 22 N 7 Br 




20 


jj 


J) 


jj 


bromide 
















Hydroplatinic bromide 


2HBr.PtBr 4 .9H 2 O 


H 2 PtBr 6 




100 


Topsoe 


T. [1868], 274 


vi., 950 


Ammonium thallium bro- 


NH 4 Br 3 .TlBr 3 .2H 2 O 


(NH 4 )TlBr 6 


.... 


b. 100 


Nickles 


C. R, 58, 537 


v., 747 


mide 
















jj 


NH 4 Br 3 TlBr 3 .3H 2 


JJ 




b. 100 


j 





1> 


Tetra-ammoniacal hydriodide 


HI.4NH 3 


H 13 N 4 I 




abt. -12 


Troost 


C. R, 92, 715 


40, 972 


Hepta-ammoniacal hydriodide 


HI.7NH 3 


H 22 N ? I 




-28 


JJ 





)> 


Silicon iodoform 




HSiI 3 


220 


Liquid 


Friedel 


A., 149, 96 


vi., 1022 



3. BASIC HYDROXIDES. XHO. 



Barium hydrate 


Ba(OH) 2 .9H 2 O 


BaH 2 2 




75 


Kosenstiehl and 
EUhlmann 


C. C. [1870], 684 


vii., 123 


Sodium hydrate 
Ammonium hydrate 


2NaHO.7H 2 O 
Saturated solution 


NaHO 

(NH 4 )HO 




6 

s. -38 to 
-41 


Hermes 
Fourcroy and Vau- 
quelin 


P. A., 119, 170 


v., 339 
i., 185 



4A. OXYCHLOEIDES. XC10. 



Carbon oxychloride 


.... 


See Part II. 












Chromium oxychloride 




Cr0 2 Cl 2 


115-9 (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 362 




n jj 







116-8 (733) 







21, 514 


vi., 456 


ji jj 


.... 





117 




Ramsay 


35, 471 












117-6(753) 




Carstanjen 


Gm. Kr. Hb. 




u jj 


.... 





118 (760) 


.... 


Walter 


A. C. P. [2], 66,38' 


vi., 456 


i 


.... 





118 




(?) 


(?) 


i., 954 


Molybdenum oxychloride .... 


2MoCl 6 .MoO 3 


MoOCl 4 


v. b. 100 


b. 100 


.... 




iii., 1042 


Nitrosyl chloride 




NOC1 


8 




Tilden 


27, 632 




j> jj 







5 




Girard and Pabst 


1878 




,, , ,, .... .... 







5 




Muller 


A., 205, 372 


40, 506 


dichloride 




NOC1 2 


7 


.... 


Gay Lussac 




iv., 117 










7-2 




Baudrimont 


J. F. P., 31, 478 




ji 




jj 


5 


Liquid 


Muller 


A, 122, 1 


vi., 437 


Nitryl chloride 




N0 2 C1 


5 


Liquid 








jj 


i> jj 


.... 


11 


5 


1. 31 


Odet and Vignon 


C. R, 69, 1 142 


vi., 874 


Phosphorus oxychloride 


o:pci 3 


POC1 3 


1 07-23 (760) 




Thorpe 


B., 8, 329 


37, 338 


j jj 








110 




Cahours 


J. F. P., 45, 129 




JJ 1J 








HO 




Jeumann & Kochlin 


B., 15, 417 


42, 927 


11 JJ 








110 


.... 


Wurtz 


J., 1, 365 


iv., 596 


JJ JI 





JJ 


110 




Wichelhaus 


J., 20, 149 


vi., 935 


11 J 








110 (760) 




Buff 


A, 4, suppl., 129 




J 11 





JJ 




1-5 


Geuther&Michaelis 


B., 4, 769 


24, 1162 


JJ >J 










+ 2-5 


Thorpe 


24, 1162 


vii., 962 


Pyrophosphoric chloride 


0=PC1 2 -0-PC1 2 =0 


P 2 O 3 C1 4 


210-215 


1. -18 


Geuther&Michaelis 


B. S. C., 16, 231 ; 


vii., 963 ; 24, 














B., 4, 767 


1161 


Thionyl dichloride 


C1.SO.C1 


SOCL, 


77 




Henry 


A. S. S. B. 




jj 





JJ 


78 (746) 




Wurtz 


J. F. P., 99, 225 ; 


vi., 1065 














C. B., 62, 460 










JJ 


78-8 (760) 


.... 


Thorpe 


37, 354 




n () 








82 




Schiff 


J., 10, 105 


v., 542 


Sulphuryl dichloride 


C1.SO 2 .C1 


S0 2 C1 2 


69-95 (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 359 




D jj 





,, 


70 




Beckurts and Otto 


B., 11, 2060 


36, 201 



30 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc, 


Sulphuryl dichloride 


CLSO^Cl. 


S0 2 C1 2 


70-71 


.... 


Gustavson 


G. J. C., 1873 




> 








70-5 




Behrend 


1877 




j) u 








72-73 




Clausnizer 


B., 11, 2010 







J) 





77 


Liquid 


Eegnault 


A. C. P. [2] 


vi., 576 


>j 




) 


77 


Liquid 


Williamson 


P. E. S., 7, 11 


)J 


Sulphur oxychloride 




S 2 OC1 4 


60-61 


Liquid 


Ogier 


C. E., 94, 446 


42, 694 


oxytetrachloride ... 


SOC1 3 .O.SOC1 


S 2 O 3 C1 4 


.... 


57 d. 


Michaelis and 


B., 6, 998, 27 


27, 21, 226 












Schifferdecker 






> 


SO 2 C1 2 SOC1 2 





73 


Liquid 


Michaelis & Mathias 


B., 6, 1452 


27, 226 


Pyrosulphuryl chloride 


.... 


S 2 o 6 ci 2 


739-59 (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 360 




?> 







140-5 


.... 


Ogier 


C. E., 94, 217 


44, 900 





S0 3 .S0 2 CL, or SC1 6 .5S0 3 





145 




Rose 


P. A, 44, 291 


v., 535 





>i )> 


j> 


144-148 


.... 


Armstrong 


Z. C. [2], 6, 247 


vi., 1070 


i) 





) 


145-150 




Eosensthiel 


J., 14, 121 


v., 571 





C10 2 S.O.S0 2 C1 





146 c. 




Michaelis 


Z. C. [2], 7, 149 


vii., 1132 


j 







147 




Heumann & Kochlin 


B., 16, 1630 


44, 1051 





.... 


jj 


153 (752) 




Konovaloff 


C. E., 95, 1284 ; 


44, 553, 782, 














C. E., 96,1059; 


900 














B., 16, 1127 




Compound of hypochlorous 


C1 2 O.4S0 3 


S 4 13 C1 2 


.... 


55 


Schutzenberger 


J. [1861], 142 


iii., 238 


oxide and sulphur trioxide 
















Antimony oxychloride 


.... 


Sb 3 oa 13 




85 


Williams 


C. N., 24, 224 


26, 122 


5 JJ 




Sb 3 4 Cl 7 




97-5 


)i 





j 


Selenyl chloride 


aseo.ci 


SeOCl 2 


175-176(735) 




Clausuizer 


B., 11, 2010 




j 








779-5 (760) 


10 


Michaelis 


Z. F. G, 13, 460 


vii., 1079 











abt. 220 


Liquid 


Weber 


J., 12, 91 


v., 233 


Trichlorosilicic oxide 


SiCl 3 .O.SiCl 3 


Si 2 OCl 6 


136-139 




rriedel & Ladenburg 


J. F. P., 107, 247 


vi., 1021 


) 





(Si 2 3 Cl 2 ), 


a. 400 




Troost &Hautef euille 


A C. P. [5], 7, 453 


30, 597 


>, ,, 


)) 


Si 4 3 Cl 10 


152-154 




> 


C. E., 73, 563 


24, 1000 


,, .... 





Si 4 4 Cl 8 


198-202 







A. C. P. [5], 7, 453 


30, 597 





)) 


Si 4 O 7 Cl2 


.... 


Not at 440 








)> 


11 .... .... 





Si 8 10 Cl 12 


abt. 300 




D 


)j 


)) 


Telluryl chloride 


Cl.TeO.Cl 


TeOCl 2 




Melts 


Ditte 


C. E., 83, 336 


31, 45 


Titanium oxychloride 


.... 


Ti 2 2 OCl 2 




Cryst. ; d.on 


Friedel and Guerin 


A. C. P. [5], 7, 24 


31, 171 










heating 








Vandyl trichloride 


o:vci 3 


VOC1 3 


126-7 (760) 




Eoscoe 


P. T., 168, 1 


v., 993 


n 








127 




Schafarik 


J. F. P., 76, 142 











J 


127-19 (760) 




Thorpe 


637, 349 





j 


>> 


J> 


01. 


b. 15 


Henry 


A. S. S. B. 




Tungsten oxychloride 




WOC1 4 




208-210 


Schiff and Piretti 


G. J. C., 1879 




ji i) 




)) 


v. 227-5 


310-4 


Eoscoe 


C. N., 25, 61 


vii., 1185 


)> 


. 


W0 2 C1 2 


v. 265-267 


Solid 


Forcher 


W. A., 44, 159 


v., 899 














| 



4 B . CHLOKATES. XC10. 



Silver chlorate 




AgC10 3 




230 


Berthelot 


B. S. C. 




3arium chlorate 




Ba(C10 3 ) 2 


.... 


414 


Carnelley 


33, 277 




" 


.... 


a 




abt. 400 


Tilden & Shenstone 


P. T., 1884 




" " 









a. 400 


Wachter 


A, 52, 231 




i) 


.... 


j 




a. 400 


Souchay 


A., 102, 381 




'ostassium cklorate 


.... 


KC10 3 


... 


334 


Pohl 


J., 4, 59 







By calorimeter 







359 


Carnelley 


33, 277 




" 


By air thermometer 


H 




abt. 370 


Baudrimont 


J. p. G, 14, 81, 


24, 1151 














and 161 




jithium chlorate 


By calorimeter 
2LiClO 3 .H 2 O 


LiClO 3 


.... 


372 



Carnelley 
Wachter 


29, 496 
A, 52, 231 




dagnesium chlorate 


Mg(C10 3 ) 2 .6H 2 


Mg(C10 3 ) 2 




40 


Chenevix, Wachter 


A., 52, 231 




odium chlorate 




NaC10 3 


.... 


302 


Carnelley 


33, 277 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 
4o. PERCHLORATES. XC10. 



31 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Silver perchlorate 


.... 


AgC10 4 


.... 


486 


Carnelley & O'Shea 


45, 409 




Barium perchlorate 




Ba(ClO 4 ) 3 




505 


>! 







Hydrogen perchlorate 


HC10 4 .H 2 O 


HC10 4 




50 


Eoscoe 


J., 14, 146 




Potassium perchlorate 




KC1O 4 


.... 


610 


Carnelley & Williams 


37, 125 




Sodium perchlorate 


.... 


NaClO 4 




482 


Carnelley & O'Shea 


45, 409 




Thallium perchlorate 


.... 


T1C1O 4 




501 


) )J 








5A. OXYBROMIDES. XBrO. 



Bismuth oxybromide 


.... 


BiOBr 


.... 


Solid, un- 


Muir 


29, 146 












altered at 
















red heat 








Nitrosyl bromide 


.... 


NOBr 


2 


.... 


Landolt 


G. J. C., 1860 




dibromide 




NOBr 2 


30-50 




Muir 


28,844 




tribromide 


.... 


NOBr 3 


50-53 







) 




Phosphorus oxybromide 


.... 


POBr 3 


195 


45-46 


Bitter 


J., 8, 301 


iv., 596 





.... 


)) 




46 


Geuther&Michaelis 


B., 4, 770 







.... 


J) 


193 


55 


Baudrimont 






Tellurium oxybromide 


.... 


TeOBr 2 


.... 


Melts 


Ditte 


C. R, 83, 446 


30, 607 


Vanadyl tribromide 


.... 


VOBr 3 " 


v. 130-135 


Liquid 


Koscoe 


P. T., 1869, 679 


vi., 1125 








(100) 










dibromide 


.... 


VOBr 2 


.... 


d.a.180 with- 


) 


24, 25 












out melting 








Tungsten oxybromide 


.... 


WOBr 4 


327 


277 





G. J. C., 1872 





5B. HYPOBROMITES AND BROMATES. XBrO. 



Hydrogen hypobromite 


.... 


HBrO 


50 (50) 


.... 


Dancer 


15,447 


lii., 237 


Potassium bromate 


.... 


KBrO 3 


.... 


a. 350 




MM 


1., 672 





.... 





.... 


434 


Carnelley & O'Shea 


45, 409 




Sodium bromate 


.... 


NaBrO 3 


.... 


381 


Carnelley & Williams 


37, 125 





6A, B, and c. OXYIODIDES, IODATES, AND PERIOD ATES. XIO. 



Phosphorus oxyiodide 




P.O.I. 




140 


Burton 


A. C. J., 3, 280 


42, 140 


Lead oxyiodide 


PbI 2 .PbO 


Pb 2 OI 3 


.... 


300 p. d. 






iii., 557 


Hydrogen iodate (iodic acid) 


2HI0 3 .9H S O 


HIO 3 


.... 


15 


Kammerer 


P. A., 138, 390 


vii., 593 


Potassium iodate 




KI0 3 




560 


Carnelley & Williams 


37, 125 




Potassium periodate 




KIO 4 




582 


Carnelley & Williams 


37, 125 




Hydrogen periodate (periodic 


HI0 4 .2H 2 O 


HIO 4 


.... 


130 


Langbois 


A. C. P. [3], 34, 


iii., 308 


acid) 












257; J., 5, 343 




> 


)) 







130 


Lautsch 


J. p. C., 100, 65 


vi., 743 


" i> 


)) 


)J 




130-136 


Eammelsberg 


J. p. C. ('I) 






7. SULPHOCHLORIDES, SULPHOBROMIDES, SULPHOIODIDES. XC1S, XBrS, XIS. 



Carbon sulphochloride 




CSC1 2 


See carbon 
















compounds, 
















Part II. 










Phosphorus sulphochloride .... 


.... 


PSC1 3 


124-25 




Baudrimont 


B.S.C.[1861],117 


iv., 606 


j> )> 


.... 




124'5 




Chevrier 


Gm.Kr. 




ii >j 


.... 




124-125 




Baudrimont 


J., 14, 115 


37, 341 









125 (760) 




Thorpe 


B., 8, 330; C. N., 


vii., 9C5 ; 37, 














24, 135 


341 


) 


.... 




126-127 




Mitscherlich 


.... 


37, 341 





.... 




126-127 




Cahours 


J., 1, 364 


iv., 600 


i) )i 


.... 




0) 




Flemming 


Z. C. [2], 4, 288 


vi., 935 


)! I> 


.... 





125-128 


.... 


Henry 


B., 2, 639 


)! 



32 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Silicon sulphochloride 


.... 


Si 3 S,Cl 8 (?) 
or Si 3 S 4 Cl s 


abt. 100 


Liquid 


Pierre 


J. F.P., 41, 342; 
A., 69, 73 


v., 276 


Arsenic sulphobromide 
Phosphorus sulphobromide .... 


AsSBr.SBr 2 


AsS 2 Br s 
PSBr, 

M 


215 


abt. 17 
35 
36-4 
38 

39 


Hannay 
Michaelis 
Maclvor 
Michaelis 
Baudrimont 


33, 291 
B., 4, 777 
C. N., 29, 116 
G. J. C., 1872 


24, 1162 
vii., 964 


Phosphorus tribromide and 
Phosphorus trisulphide 


PSBr s .H 2 
6PBr 3 .P 2 S 3 


P 2 SBr 6 
P 8 S 3 Br 18 


abt. 205 
200 


35 
-5 

Liquid 


Michaelis 
Gladstone 


A., 164, 9 

J) 

P. M. [3], 35, 352 


vii., 964 
iv., 510 


Arsenic sulphoiodide 


AsI.As^ 


As 3 S 3 I 3 




Slightlya. 100 


Schneider 


J p. C. [2], 23, 486 


40, 686 



SA. OXYSULPHIDES, &c. XOS. 



(?) 


.... 


I 2 3 S 


a.!60-170p.d. 


Solid 


Weber 


J.p.C. [2], 25, 224 


42, 803 




Nitrosulphuric anhydride .... 


ONO.SO 2 .O.SO 2 ONO 


N 2 O 9 S 2 


360 


Solid 


Thorpe and Dyson 


41, 299 




! 


SACNO,), 





abt. 360 


Crystalline 


Michaelis and Schu- 


B. 7, 1076 


28, 43 












mann 






Tellurium oxysulphide 


Te 
i \r> 


TeO a S 




Softens at 


Divers andShiraos6 


43, 325 






1 yj 
(XS' 






30 without 










**y 






melting 









SB. SULPHITES, SULPHATES, AND ANHYDRO SULPHATES. XOS. 



Hydrogen sulphite (sulphur- 
ous acid) 


H 2 SO 3 .8H 2 O 


H 2 SO 3 




4 


Pierre 


A. C. P., 68, 228 


v., 541 


Silver sulphate 




Ag 2 S0 4 




654 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




Cobalt sulphate 


CoS0 4 .7H 2 


CoSO 4 




96-98 


Tilden 


45, 267 




Ferrous sulphate 


FeSO 4 .7H 2 


FeS0 4 




64 









Ferric sulphate 


Fe 2 O 3 .2SO 3 .15H 2 O 


Fe 2 S 2 O 9 


...t 


110-115 


Meister 


B., 8, 772 


29, 681 


Hydrogen sulphate (sul- 


Pure, sp. gr. 1-842 


H 2 S0 4 


327 


s. 35 


.... 


.... 


v., 573 


phuric acid) 
























.... 


34-4 


Eegnault 






.. 


.... 





325 






.... 


ill, 84 


i) 


.... 


a 


338 


10-5 


Marignac 


J., 6, 325 


vi., 1068 


1! 


12H 2 SO 4 .H 2 O 





338 


0-5 





G. J. C., 1853 







H 2 S0 4 .H 2 O 





205-210 


s. 8-9 


Wackenroder 


J., 2, 249 


v., 574 


1. ,, 





11 




7-5 


Pierre and Puchot 


G. J. C., 1874 




!> !! 










8-5 


Marignac 


J., 6, 325 







H 2 S0 4 .2H 2 O 





193 




(?) 


(?) 


v., 574 


11 


Sp.gr. 1-671 







1. 20 


Lunge 


B., 14, 2650 


42, 362 


1) 


1-727 







-7-5 




n 







1-732 







8-5 


B 


H 


H 


)! ,, 


1-749 







+ 4-5 


B 




n 


) 11 


1-767 







+6-5 


5) 


u 


;) 


11 


1-790 







+8-0 








11 


!> >< 


1-807 







6-0 








11 ,. 


1-822 


n 




1. 20 








(fuming) 


H 2 SO 4 .S0 3 


H 2 S 2 O r 


.... 


s. 


(?) 


" (?) 


v., 574 


" 





,. 




SB 


Marignac 


G. J. C., 1853 




11 11 


)! 


11 




35 


Schultz-Sellack 


B., 4, 110 


24, 194 


11 11 


H 2 SO 4 .3SO 3 


H 2 S 4 I3 


.... 


s. 8-10 


Weber 


P. A., 159, 313 


32, 165 


11 11 


For table of b. p.'s of sul- 
















phuric acid of various con- 
















centrations, see Part III. 















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THEEE ELEMENTS. 



33 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Potassium sulphate 


.... 


K 2 S0 4 


.... 


a. 861 


Carnelley 


Unpublished 




disulphate 


.... 


K 2 S 2 7 




210 


Jacquelain 


A. C. P., 32, 234 ; 


v., 609 














A. C. P. [1870], 
















311 




;) 




i> 




Considerably 


Schultz-Sellack 


G. J. C., 1871 ; 


vii., 1140 ; 24, 










a. 300 




B., 4, 111 


194 


Potassium quadrisulphate .... 


K 2 S0 4 .3S0 3 .6H 2 O 


K 2 S 4 3 




61 


Lescceur 


C. R, 78, 1044 


87, 870 


Lithium sulphate 


.... 


Li 2 SO 4 




818 


Carnelley 


33, 280 














822 





29, 498 




Magnesium sulphate 


.... 


MgS0 4 




Eed heat 


(?) 


(?) 












without d. 








)> 


Mg.S0 4 .7H 2 O 







70 


Tilden 


45, 267 




Manganese sulphate 


MnSO 4 .5H 2 O 


MnSO 4 


.... 


54 


j) 







Sodium sulphate 




Na 2 S0 4 




861 


Carnelley 


33, 280 







.... 


J) 




865 





29, 498 




' 


.... 


) 


.... 


1280 


Braun 


P. A., 154, 190 




,, 


Na 2 SO 4 .10H 2 O 


H 




34 


Tilden & Shenstone 


P. E. S., 35, 345 


46, 254 


)> 


J) 


) 


.... 


34 


Tilden 


45, 267 


)J 


quadrisulphate 


Na 2 SO 4 .3SO 3 .6H,O 


Na,,S 4 3 




90 


Lescoaur 


C. R, 78, 1044 


27, 870 


Ammonium sulphate 


.... 


(NH 4 ) 2 S0 4 


d. a. 280 


140 


Marchand 


P. A., 42 


i., 193 


Nickel sulphate 


NiSO 4 .7H 2 O 


NiSO 4 




98-100 


Tilden 


45, 267 




Nitrosyl sulphate 


.... 


(NO), S0 4 




85-87 


j) 


27, 631 




Thallium sulphate 




T1 2 S0 4 




632 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




Zinc sulphate.... 


ZnSO 4 .7H 2 O 


ZnSO 4 




fin 


Tilden 


AK OC>7 












U\J 




'iJj Zi\)t 





8c. THIOSULPHATES. XOS. 



Potassium thiosulphate 




K 2 S 2 3 




d. 550 


Berthelot 


J.Ph. [2], 23, 247 


31, 278 


Sodium thiosulphate 


Na 2 S 2 3 .5H 2 O 


Na 2 S 2 O 3 


.... 


45 


Kopp 


J., 8, 45 


iii., 75 








1J 




48-1 


Trentinaglia 


1876 







i 


)J 


.... 


48-5 


Tilden 


45, 268 







i> 


J 




56 


Bottger 


(?) 


v., 636 


)> 


Dimorphous 


) 




47-9 


Parmentier & Ama1 


C. R, 98, 735 


46, 819 





)s 


)> 




32 


)) 








9. SELENITES AND SELENATES. XSeO. 


Mercurous selenite 




Hg 2 Se0 3 


Boils 


180 


Berzelius and Mus- 


2, 52 


v., 228 












pratt 






Hydrogen selenate (selenic 


Most concentrated, not quite 




280 


.... 






v., 230 


acid) 


free from H 2 O 


H 2 SeO 4 












10. CHEOMATES AND BICHROMATES. XCrO. 


Potassium dichromate 




K 2 Cr 2 7 




abt. 400 


Tilden & Shenstone 


P. T., 1884 




Sodium chromate 


Na 2 CrO 4 .10H 2 O 


Na 2 CrO 4 




23 


Berthelot 




45, 268 


11. BORATES. XBO. 


Calcium borate 


CaH 2 B 4 O 8 .2H.,BO3 = CaB 6 O, 


CaB 6 10 


Loses its 


450 


Ditte 


C. B., 77, 783 


27, 127 




4H 2 O 




water at 200 










Hydrogen borate 


By thermometer 


H 3 B0 3 




184 


Carnelley 


33, 275 







By sp. ht. method 







186 


) 


)) 




Sodium metaborate 


NaBO 2 .4H 2 O 


NaBO 2 


.... 


57 







1., 645 


borate 




Na 2 B 4 O ? 




561 





33, 278 




,, .... 







.... 


1000 


QuinckS 


P. A. 


vii., 242 


(borax) 


Na 2 B 4 O 7 .10H 2 O 





.... 


75-5 


Tilden 


45, 268 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 
12A. and B. NITKITES AND NITRATES. XNO. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Silver nitrite 




AgNOj 




Begins abl 
134 afte 
p. d. 


Divers 


24 91 




Silver nitrate 


Mercury thermometer 


AgN0 3 




198 


Pohl. 


J., 4, 59 




11 i> - 


Sp. ht. method 


5) 




217 


Carnelley 


33, 276 







Mercury thermometer 


) 




211 u. c.= 


11 


) 












218 a. 








,, ,, .... .... .. 


11 11 


)) 




219 


(?) 


(?) 


iv., 104 


i 11 


By sp. ht. method 







224 


Carnelley 


29, 496 




Aluminium nitrate 


A1 2 (N0 3 ) 6 .18H 2 


A1 2 (N0 3 ) 6 


134 


72-8 


Ordway 


J. 12, 114; A. 76, 


iv., 89 














247 




Barium nitrate 


.... 


Ba(N0 3 ) 2 




450 (?) 


Maumen6 


C. E., 97, 1215 


46, 384 


ij 







.... 


59S 


Carnelley 


33, 278 




Beryllium nitrate 


Be(N0 3 ) 2 .3H 2 O 


Be(N0 3 ) 2 


140-5 


60 


Ordway 


J., 12, 114 


iv., 92 


Calcium nitrate 




Ca(N0 3 ) 2 




561 


Carnelley 


33, 278 




55 .... .... .. 




n 




450-500 (?) 


Maumen6 


C. R, 97, 45 


46,3 


5) 55 .... 


CatNOj^H.p 





132 


44 


Ordway 


J., 12, 115 ; 


iv., 91 














S. A. J., 27, 14 




Cadmium nitrate 


Cd(N0 3 ) 2 .4H 2 O 


Cd(N0 3 ) 2 


132 


59-5 


> 


J., 12, 114 ; 


iv., 90 














S. A. J., 27, 14 




Cobalt nitrate 


Co(NO 3 ).,.6H 2 O 


Co(N0 3 ) 2 




b. 100 






iv., 92 


Chromium nitrate 


Cr 2 (N0 3 ) 6 .18H 2 


Cr 2 (N0 3 ) 6 


125-5 


37 


Ordway 


J., 12, 115 ; 


iv., 91 














S. A. J. [2] 




Copper nitrate 


Cu(N0 3 ) 2 .3H 2 


Cu(N0 3 ) 2 


170 


114-5 


11 


J., 12, 114 


iv., 92 


Didymium nitrate 




Di(N0 3 ) 2 




abt. 300 


Frerichs 


B., 7, 800 


)> 


!> 




)J 




300 


11 


A., 191, 331 


34, 647 


Ferric nitrate 


Fe 2 (N0 3 ) 8 .12H 2 


Fe 2 (N0 3 ) 6 


.... 


35 


Hausmain 


A., 89, 109 


iv., 93 




Fe 2 (NO 3 ) 6 .18H 2 O 





125 


47-2 


Ordway 


J., 12, 114 


n 




Hydrogen nitrate (nitric acid) 




HN0 3 


86 




Mitscherlich 


P. A., 18, 152 




>i 







86 


.... 


Millon 


J. F. P., 29, 337 




i) 


.... 





86 


55 






iv., 80 


i> 









47 


Berthelot 


B. S. C., 293 


34, 263 


)) 


2HN0 3 .3H 2 O 


)) 


123 


Liquid 


Millon 




iv., 80 


!> ) 


68%.HN0 3 


J) 


120-5(735) 




Koscoe 


G. J. C., 1860 




!> 11 


2HN0 3 .N 2 O 6 


H 2 N 4 O n 


.... 


s. 5 


Weber 


J. F. P., 6, 357 ; 


vii., 856 














P. A., 147, 113 


25, 1073 


Murcuric nitrate 


Hg(N0 3 ) 2 .8H 2 


Hg(N0 3 ) 2 




6-6 


Bitten 


J., 7, 366 


iv., 96 


Potassium nitrate 


.... 


KN0 3 




s. 320 


Guthrie 


P. M. [5], 18, 114 




> 


.... 





.... 


s.327 


Maumen6 


C. E., 97, 45 


46,3 





.... 


H 




s. 338-3 c. 


Schaffgotsch 


P. A., 102, 293 







.... 





.... 


339 


Person 


J., 1,73; A.C.P. 


iii., 77 














[3], 27, 250 




>i 


.... 


j) 




339 


^arnelley 


33, 277 




i) 


.... 


) 


.... 


342 


Braun 


P. A., 154, 190 




!) 51 

Lanthanum nitrate 


La (NO 3 ) 2 .3H 2 O 


La'(N0 3 ) 2 


120 


353 

40 


Carnelley 
3rd way 


29, 496 
J., 12, 114 


iv., 94 


Lithium nitrate 


3y thermometer 


LiN0 3 




mit 


Carnelley 


33, 275 






Jy sp. ht. method 






267 










Magnesium nitrate 
Manganese nitrate 
Sodium nitrate 


Mg(N0 3 ) 2 .6H 2 
Mn(N0 3 ) 2 .6H 2 
Commercial) 


Mg(N0 3 ) 2 
Mn(NO 3 ) 2 
NaNO 3 


143 

129-5 


90 
25-8 
286-8 u.c. 


J) 

Ordway 

11 
Cross and Bevan 


)) 

J., 12, 113 



41, 112 






""*" 


)) 




s. S98 


VTaumenfi 


C. E., 97, 45 


46,3 




"** 


)) 




310-5 


3 erson 


J., 1,73; A. C. P. 


iii., 77; iv., 106 














[3], 27, 250 






"** 


)> 


.... 


s. 313-1 c. 


Schaffgotsch 


P. A., 102, 293 


iv., 106 




.... 





.... 


314 


?raun 


P. A., 154, 190 






By sp. ht. method 


9) 


.... 


316 


Carnelley 


33, 276 







COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



35 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Sodium nitrate 


By thermometer 


NaNO 3 




303 u. c.= 


Carnelley 


33, 276 












319 c. 








,, 


NaNO 3 .7H 2 O 


II 


.... 


1. a. 15 


Ditte 


B. S. C., 24, 366 




jj )) .... 


)> 


15 




15 





C. R, 80, 1164 


28, 734 


Ammonium nitrate .... 


.... 


NH 4 N0 3 


180 


108 


(?) 


(?) 


i., 192 


ii 




11 




145 


Frankenheim 


P. A., 93, 17 




,, 


.... 


11 




abt. 152 


Berthelot 


G. J. C., 1876 




,, 


.... 







153 


Maumen6 


C. B., 97, 1215 


46, 382 


II )1 




JI 




159 


Veley 


43, 374 




,, jf 




11 




165-166 


Pickering 


C. N., 38, 267 


36, 200 


Nickel nitrate 


Ni(N0 3 ) 2 .6H 2 


Ni(N0 3 ) 2 


136-7 


567 


Ordway 


J. 12, 114 




Lead nitrate .... 




Pb(NO,V 




450 (?) 


Maumen6 


C. R, 97, 1215 


46, 384 






V 3/2 












Strontium nitrate 




Sr(N0 3 ) 2 


.... 


645 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




Thallium nitrate 




T1NO 3 




205 


Crookes 


J., 16, 252 


17, 141 


Uranium nitrate 


UO 2 (NO 3 ) 2 .6H 2 O 


UN 2 8 


118 


59-5 


Ordway 


J., 12, 114 


vii., 860 


,, ,> .... 


U0 2 (N0 3 ) 2 .3H 2 


II 


.... 


120 


Schultz-Sellack 


Z. F. C., 13, 646 


j> 


Ytterbium nitrate 


Contains water of crystal- 


(?) 




100 


Nilson 


C. R, 91, 56 


38, 703 




lization 














Zinc nitrate .... 


Zn(NO 3 ) 2 .6H 2 


ZnCNO,), 


131 


36'4 


Ordway 


J., 12, 113 








-'"V- 1 - 1 ^3/2 




















50 


Schindler 




iv., 107 







15 













13. HYPOPHOSPHITES, PHOSPHITES, OETHOPHOSPHATES, PYEOPHOSPHATES 

AND METAPHOSPHATES. XPO. 



Hydrogen hypophosphite 




H 3 P0 2 




17-4 


Thomsen 


B., 7, 994 


vii., 965 


(hypophosphorous acid) 
















Hydrogen phosphite (phos- 




H 3 PO, 




70' 1 


Thomsen 


B., 7, 996 


vii., 965 


phorous acid) 


























74 


Hurzig & Geuther 


A.C. P., 111,170 


iv., 528 


Silver phosphate 




Ag 3 P0 4 




a. 849 


Carnelley 


33,280 




Hydrogen phosphate (phos- 




H 3 .P0 4 




38-6 


Thomsen 


J. F. P. [2], 2, 160 


B., 7, 997 


phoric acid) 
















!> 




11 




41-75 


Berthelot 


B. S. C., 1878 


34, 263 


Lithium phosphate 




Li 3 P0 4 




a. 857 


Carnelley 


33, 280 




Sodium phosphate .... 


Na 3 P0 4 .12H 2 


Na 3 PO 4 




77 


(?) 


(?) 


iv., 580 


Silver pyrophosphate 




Ag 4 P 2 7 




585 


Carnelley 


33, 278 




Sodium pyrophosphate 




Na 4 P 2 0. 




a. 888 


ii 


33, 280 




Lead pyrophosphate ;. 




Pb 2 P 2 O 7 




806 


j) 







Silver metaphosphate 




AgP0 3 




482 


Carnelley 


33, 278 




hexametaphosphate .... 




Ag 6 P 6 18 




Becomes soft 






iv., 576 










and semi- 
















fluid at 102, 
















and melts 
















at higher 
















temp. 








Sodium metaphosphate 




NaP0 3 




617 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




Lead metaphosphate 




Pb(P0 3 ) 2 




800 


i? 


33, 280 





F 2 



36 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



14. VANADATES. XVO. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Silver orthovanadate 


6Ag 2 0.2V 2 5 


Ag 3 V0 4 


Appeared to 


403-565 


Carnelley 


33, 277 










soften and 
















then melt 










pyrovanadate 


6Ag,0.3V 2 5 


Ag 4 V 2 7 




383 


)j 







octovanadate 


6Ag 2 O.4V 3 O 6 


Ag, 2 V 8 26 




384 










Barium pyrovauadate 


6BaO.3V 2 O 6 


Ba,jV 2 O 7 




a. 863 


5) 


33, 280 




Calcium tetradecavanadate.... 


6CaO.12V 2 O 6 


CaV 4 O u 




637 





33, 279 




Sodium orthovanadate 


6Na,O.2V 2 O 6 


NaaVO, 




a. 866 





33, 280 




pyrovanadate 


6Na.,0.3V 2 O 5 


Na 4 V 2 O 7 




654 


)> 


33, 279 




octovanadate 


6Na, 2 O.4V 2 O 5 


Na 12 V 8 2 , 




562 


55 


33, 278 




,, metavanadate 


6Na,p.6V 2 O 6 


NaVO 3 




562 


) 







tetradecavanadate .... 


6Na,;O.12V 2 O 6 


Na 2 V 4 O n 


.... 


581 





5) 




Basic lead pyrovanadate 


6Pb0.2V 2 O 6 or 2 (Pb 2 V 2 7 ). 


Pb 5 V 4 15 


.... 


731 





33, 279 






PbO 














Lead metavanadate 


6Pb0.6V 2 5 


Pb(V0 3 ) 3 




a. 849 


)J 


33, 280 




Thallium orthovanadate 


6T1 2 O.2V 2 O 5 


T1 3 VO 4 




566 





33, 278 




pyrovanadate 


6T1 2 O.3V 2 O 5 


T1 4 V 2 7 




454 










octovanadate 


6T1 2 O.4V 2 O S 


T1 12 V 8 26 




392 


> 


33, 277 




decavanadate 


6T1 2 O.5V 2 O 5 


T1 12 V 10 31 


.... 


404 





)) 




metavanadate 


6T1 2 0.6V 2 5 


T1VO 3 




424 


)) 


II 




tetradecavanadate 


6T1 2 O.7V 2 O 6 


Tl V O 

1 12 V 14 U 41 




408 


91 


)) 





15. AKSENATES. XAsO. 



Hydrogen arsenate (arsenic 


2H3As0 4 .H 2 


H 3 As0 4 




100 






i., 378 


acid) 
















Sodium arsenate 


NaaAsO^HjO 


Na 3 AsO 4 




86 


.... 


.... 


i., 384 



16. CAKBONATES. XCO. 



Potassium carbonate 




KjCO., 




834 


Carnelley 


33, 280 




T 




)> 




838 





29, 498 




) 


.... 


)> 




1150 


Braun 


P. A., 154, 190 




Lithium carbonate 


.... 


Li 2 C0 3 


.... 


695 


Carnelley 


33, 279 




,, 




N 




699 





29, 497 




Sodium carbonate 


.... 


Na 2 C0 3 




814 


i) 


33, 280 







.... 







818 


H 


29, 498 









)> 




920 


Braun 


P. A., 154, 190 


33, 280 





Na/X^+lOHp 


)> 




34 


Hammerl 


M. C., 3, 419 


42, 1164 





u 


j> 




34 


Tilden 


45, 268 




Rubidium carbonate 




Rb 2 CO 3 




837 


Carnelley & Williams 


37, 125 




Thallium carbonate 




T1 2 C0 3 




269 


Williams 


33, 275 




i) 


Mercury thermometer 







261 u. c.= 


Carnelley 


n 












272 c. 











Calorimeter 


>j 


.... 


273 











17. SILICATES. XSiO. 



Silico-oxalic acid 




H.jSiA 




Cryst. ; does 


Friedel and Laden- 


A. C. P. [5], 19 


38, 608 










not melt 


burg 


390 












at 100 








Sodium silicate 


Na 2 SiO 3 .8H 2 O 


Na 2 SiO 3 


.... 


45 


Ordway 


S. A. J. [2], 40, 186 


vi., 1018 



37 



IV. COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 

1. DOUBLE SULPHATES AND DOUBLE SELENITES. XYSO AND XYSeO. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Trihydrogen argentic sul- 


AgH 3 (S0 4 ) 2 .H 2 


AgH 3 (S0 4 ) 2 




100-150 


Schultz 




vi., 1073 


phate 
















Aluminium csesium sulphate 


AlCs(S0 4 ) 2 .12H 2 O 


AlCs(SO 4 ) 2 




105-106 


Tilden 


45, 267 




potassium sul- 


A1K(S0 4 ) 2 .12H 2 O 


A1K(S0 4 ) 2 




84-5 





1! 




phate 
















Aluminium sodium sulphate 


AlNa(SO 4 ) 2 .12H 2 O 


AlNa(S0 4 ) 2 


.... 


61 





)) 




ammonium sul- 


A1(NH 4 )(S0 4 ) 2 .12H 2 


A1(NH 4 ) 




92 





)) 




phate 




(S0 4 ) 2 












Aluminium rubidium sul- 


AlEb(S0 4 ) 2 .12H 2 


AlRb(SO 4 ) 2 




99 


j> 


)J 




phate 
















Hydrogen calcium sulphate.... 


CaSO 4 .3H 2 SO 4 


CaH 6 (S0 4 ) 4 




Alittlea.100 


Schultz . 


P. A., 133, 137 


vi., 1071 


Chromium potassium sulphate 


CrK(SO 4 ) 2 .12H 2 O 


CrK(S0 4 ) 2 




89 


Tilden 


45, 267 




ammonium sul- 


Cr(NH 4 )(S0 4 ) 2 .12H 2 


Cr(NH 4 ) 




100 


. .... 


.... 


v., 588 


phate 




(S0 4 ) 2 












Hydrogen potassium sulphate 




HKSO 4 




197 






v., 608 


!! !> 


.... 





.... 


200 


Mitscherlich 


G. J. C., 1830 




5> 




> 




210 


Schultz-Sellack 


B., 4, 111 




potassium anhy- 


KHSO 4 .SO 3 


HKS 2 0. 




168 








24, 194 


drosulphate 
















Trihydrogen potassium sul- 


KHS0 4 .H 2 SO 4 


H 3 K(S0 4 ) 2 




abt. 95 


Schultz 


.... 


vi., 1073 


phate 
















Hydrogen lithium sulphate .... 




HLiS0 4 




160 







vi., 1072 


Trihydrogen sodium sulphate 




H 3 Na(S0 4 ) 2 




abt. 100 







vi., 1073 


Indium ammonium sulphate 


In(NH 4 )(S0 4 ) 2 .12H 2 O 


In(NH 4 ) 




36 


Bossier 


J. p. C. [2], 7, 14 


vii., 669 






(S0 4 ) 2 












Trihydrogen lithium selenite 


LiHSe0 3 .H 2 Se0 3 


H 3 LiSe 2 6 


100 


Crystalline 


Nilson 


B.S.C. [2], 21, 253 


28, 420 



2. DOUBLE NITRATES. XYNO. 



Auric hydrogen nitrate 


Au(NO 3 ) 3 .HNO 3 .3H 2 O 


AuH(N0 3 ) 4 




72-73 


Schottlander 


A., 217, 312 


44, 855 


Cerous magnesium nitrate .... 


Ce(NO 3 )j.Mg(No 3 ) 2 .5H 2 O 


CeMg(N0 3 ) 4 


.... 


200 


Lange 


J. p. C., 82, 129 


iv., 91 


Hydrogen potassium nitrate 


KNO 3 .2HNO 3 


H 2 K(N0 3 ) 3 




3 


Ditte 


C. B., 89, 576 


38, 154 


ammonium nitrate 


(NH 4 )NO 3 .HNO 3 


H(NH 4 ) 




9 





)) 


38, 153 






(N0 3 ) 2 












"' 


(NH 4 )NO 3 .2HNO 3 


H 2 (NH 4 ) 




18 















(N0 3 ) 3 













3. HYPOPHOSPHITES, DOUBLE PHOSPHATES, AND DOUBLE ARSENATES. XYPO AND XYAsO. 



Ammonium hypophosphite.... 




(NH 4 )H 2 P0 2 


d. 240 


200 


(?) 


(?) 


iv., 525 


Potassium dihydrogen phos- 




H 2 KPO 4 




96 


Tilden 


45, 268 




phate 
















Disod ium hydrogen phosphate 


HNa 2 PO 4 .12H 2 O 


HNa 2 P0 4 


.... 


35 


Kopp 


J., 8, 45 




)> )> H 


.... 


J) 




SB 


Tilden 


45, 268 




si 


.... 


11 




36-4 


Person 


J., 1, 72 




Sodium dihydrogen phosphate 


.... 


H 2 NaPO 4 




204 


(?) 


(?) . 


iv., 579 


NaH 2 PO 4 +Na 2 HPO 4 




H 3 Na 3 (P0 4 ) 2 




a. 200 


Filhol & Senderens 


C. B., 94, 649 


42, 693 


)5 ' 


H 3 Na 3 (PO 4 ) 2 .15H 2 O 


)) 


.... 


55 





) 





Thallium dihydrogen phos- 




H 2 T1P0 4 




190 


Lamy 


J., 18, 246 




phate 
















Dithallium hydrogen phos- 


2HT1 2 P0 4 .H 2 


HT1 2 PO 4 


.... 


145 


)> 


u 




phate 
















Potassio-sodic dimetaphos- 


KNaPjOfi+HoO 


KNaP 2 O 6 


.... 


a. 150 


Fleitmann 


(?) 


iv., 578 


phate 
















Disodium hydrogen arsenate 




HNa 2 As0 4 




a. 200 


(?) 


(?) 


i., 384 


I) !> )) 


HNa.,AsO 4 .12H 2 O 






28 


Tilden 


45, 268 





38 COMPOUNDS CONTAINING 

4. COMPOUNDS CONTAINING XHC1S, XHC1N, 



FOUE ELEMENTS. 

XHBrN, XHOB, XHON, AND XHOSi. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Trichlorsilicon sulphydrate.... 


SiCl 3 .SH 


SiHCl 3 S 


96 


Liquid 


Friedel & Ladenburg 


B. S. C. [2], 7,472 


vi., 1023 ;vii., 
















1086 


)> 





)> 


95-97 




ji 


A. C. P. [4], 27,416 


26, 53 


Silver ammoniochloride 


AgCl.NH 3 


AgH 3 ClN 




38 


Faraday 




i., 183 


Mercuric ammoniochloride .... 


HgCl 2 .NH 3 


HgH 3 Cl 2 N 


590 


Solid 


Rose 


.... 


iii., 898 


Silver ammoniobromide 


AgBr.NH 3 


AgH 3 BrN 




90 


Terreil 


C. R., 98, 1279 


46, 890 


Fluoboric acid 


HBO 2 .3HF 


F 3 H 4 2 B 


a. 100 




Gay - Lussac and 




i., 633 












Thenard 






Ammonio-silver nitrite 


AgN0 2 .NH 3 


AgH 3 2 N 2 




70 


Reychler 


B., 16, 2425 


46, 157 


ammonium nitrate 


2(NH 4 )NO 3 .3NH 3 


(NH 4 ) 2 H 9 6 




22 


Troost 


C. R., 94, 789 


42, 1162 






N 5 












Tetrammonioplatinous oxide 




PtH 12 ON 4 




nod. 






iv., 675 


Silicotungstic acid 


SiO 2 .12W0 3 .4H,O 


W 12 H 8 42 Si 




36-53 


Marignac 


A. C. P. [4], 3, 5 


v., 916 


Tungstosilicic acid 


SiO 2 .12WO 3 .4H 2 O 


j? 




b. 100 








v., 917 



5. COMPOUNDS CONTAINING XClBrO, XClBrS, XC10S, XClOCr, XC10N, XC1OP, XC10V. 



Phosphorus oxychlorobromide 




PCl 2 BrO 


135-137 


Liquid 


Menschutkin 


J. F. P., 98, 485 


vi., 935 







J) 




11 


Geuther & Michaelis 


B., 4, 770 


24, 1162 


n 


.... 


)1 


737-6 c. (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 343 




Phosphorus sulphochlorobro- 


PCLSBr 


PCljBrS 


Begins to boil 




Michaelis 


B., 5, 8 


vii., 965 


mide 






150 ; d. 










Pyrosulphuric chloride 




HC10S (?) 


140-5 c. 




Ogier 


C. R., 96, 648 


44,646 


Sulphuryl hydroxyl chloride 


C1.SO 2 .OH 


HC1O 3 S 


145 


Liquid 


Williamson 


P. R. S., 7, 11 


v., 576 


(chlorosulphuric acid) 
















>j 


J) 


) 


150-151(726) 


.... 


Clausmizier 


A., 196, 265 ; 


36, 691 














B., 11, 2008 




j> 


V 


1) 


150-7-152-7 c. 




Beckurts and Otto 


B., 11, 2059 


36,200 





) 


J) 


155-8 c. (760) 


.... 


Thorpe 


37, 358 







)) 


)) 


158-4 c. 


Liquid 


Michaelis 


Z. C. [2], 7, 150 


vii., 1135 


Potassium chlorosulphate 


C1.S0 2 .OK 


KC10 3 S 




190 


Miiller 


B., 6, 231 


26, 842 


j> 


)J 


)) 




300-350 


(?) 


)J 


j? 


Phosphorus pentachloride+ 


PC1 5 .S0 2 


PCI 5 o 2 s 


100 


.... 


Kremers 


J., 2, 245 




sulphur dioxide 
















Sulphoselenium oxytetra- 


ClS0 2 .OSeCl 3 


SeCl 4 3 S 


183d. 


165 


Clausmizier 


A., 196, 265 ; B., 


36, 691 ; 36, 


chloride 












11,2007, & 2009 


201 


Action of SO 3 on SeCl 4 


2(SeCl 6 .5S0 3 ).5(SeC ( l 4 .Se0 2 ) 


SeCl 4 O 3 S 


187 


Crystalline 


Rose and Berzelius 


P. A., 44, 315; 


v., 224 




or SeCl 4 .S0 3 










A. C. P.[2],9, 225 






CaCl 2 .2CrO 3 .5H 2 O 


CaCl 2 O 6 Cr 2 




56 


Pratorius 


A., 201, 1 






CoCl 2 .2CrO 3 .9H 2 O 


CoCl 2 O 6 Cr 2 




40 












MgCl,.2CrO 3 .9H 2 


MgCl 2 6 Cr 2 




66 





JJ 






NiCl 2 .2CrO 3 .9H 2 O 


NiCl 2 O 6 Cr 2 




47 












SrCl 2 .2Ci-O 3 .4H,,O 


SrCl 2 O 6 Cr 2 


.... 


72 





)) 






ZnCl 2 .2CrO 3 .9H 2 O 


ZnCl 2 O,Cr 2 




37-5 





J? 




Action of N 2 O 4 on BC1 3 


BC1 3 .NOC1 


BC1 4 ON 




23-24 


Geuther 


J. p. C. [2], 8, 354 


27, 540 


Hydroxylamine hydrochlo- 


NH 2 (OH).HC1 


H 4 C10N 




100 


Lossen 


Z. C. [2], 1, 551 


vi., 723 


ride 
















Hydroxylamine hemihydro- 


2NH,(OH).HC1 


H 7 C10 2 N 2 




85 


5) 


J 


vii., 662 


chloride 
















Hydroxylamine sesquihydro- 


3NH 2 (OH).2HC1 


H n Cl 2 3 N 3 




95 





) 





chloride 

















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 




A1C1 3 .POC1 3 


AlCljOP 




165 


C'asselmann 


A. 


iv., 597 




As 2 3 .PCl 5 (?). 


As 2 Cl 8 O 3 P (?) 


110 




Person and Bloch 


J. [1849], 246 


vi., 220 




BC1 3 .POC1 3 


BC1 6 OP 




73 in sealed 


Gustavson 


B., 4, 975 


vii., 208 










tubes 










MoCl 5 .PO01 3 


MoCl 8 OP 


170 d. 


125-127 


Wehrlin & Giraud 


J. [1877], 278 









)) 


170 d. 


125-127 


Piutti 


G. I., 9, 538 


38, 220 




SnCl 4 .POCl 3 


SnCl 7 OP 


180 


55 


Casselmann 


A. 


iv., 597 




J) 


J) 


180 


66 


;j 


A., 83, 257 


v., 809 




TiCl 4 .POCl 3 


TiCl 7 OP 


140 


110 


Wehrlin & Giraud 


J. [1877], 278 




Vanadinite 


3Pb 3 (VO 4 ),,PbCl 2 


Pb 6 ao 12 v 3 




a. 802 


Carnelley 


33, 280 





V. COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FIVE ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Potassium nitrosulphate 


K^O^HNOj 


HK 2 O 7 SN 




150 


Jaequelain 


A. C. P., 32, 234 




phosphatosul- 


KjSCVHjPO., 


H 3 K 2 3 SP 




240 










phate 
















Cadmium tungstoborate 


(2CdO.B 2 O 3 .9WO 3 .2H 2 O). 


H.CdjOj.W, 


.... 


75 


Klein 


B. S. C. [2], 36, 


42, 17 




16Aq. 


Bo 








205 





40 



VI. METALLIC ALLOYS. 

A. ALLOYS OF TWO METALS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 






p.c. p.c. 
















Ag. Au. 












1. Attoys of Ag and Au 


Determined with air ther 


100+0 




954 


Erhard & Schertel 


W. A. C. P. B. 






mometer, the general error 










[1879], 348 






being less than 20 C. 














11 5 


11 u 


80 + 20 




975 


11 11 







55 55 


11 11 


60 + 40 




995 


11 11 


J 




11 11 


11 11 


40 + 60 




1020 


11 11 


> J 




11 11 


11 11 


20 + 80 




1045 


11 11 







55 55 


11 11 


+100 




1075 


11 11 











p.c. p.c. 
















Ag. Cu. 












2. Alloys of Ag and Cu 


Determined by calorimeter 


100-0+ 




1040 


W. Roberts 


A. C. P. [5], 13, 


28, 736 


11 5* 


11 11 


92-5+ 7-5 




931 


55 


118 




55 


11 11 


82-1+ 17-9 




886 


55 





11 11 


55 11 


11 11 


79-8+ 20-2 




887 


55 


)) 


11 11 


55 


11 11 


77-4+ 22-6 




858 


55 





11 11 


it 11 


11 11 


75-0+ 25-0 




850 


5) 





11 11 


i 55 


11 11 


71-9+ 28-1 




870-5 


55 





11 11 


55 55 


11 11 


63-0+ 37'0 




847 


55 


. 


11 11 


5) 


11 11 


60-0+ 40-0 




857 


55 





i> 11 


55 55 


11 11 


57-0+ 43-0 


.... 


900 


55 





11 11 


55 55 


11 11 


54-1+ 45-9 




920 


11 


)) 


55 


55 55 


11 11 


50-0+ 50-0 




941 


11 





11 11 


55 55 


11 11 


45-9+ 54-1 




961 


11 


5 


11 11 


55 


11 11 


25-0+ 75-0 




1114 


11 





11 11 


5 *" 


11 11 


+100-0 




1330 


11 





11 11 






p.c. p.c. 
















Au. Pt. 












3. Alloys of Au and Pt 


Determined with air ther- 


100+0 




1075 


Erhard & Schertel 


W. A. C. P. B. 






mometer, the general error 










[1879], 348 






being less than 20 C. 














11 55 


I! )! 


95+5 


.... 


1100 


55 55 







V 55 


)) 


90 + 10 




1130 


5 55 







II J) 


" 11 


85 + 15 




1160 


55 55 







JJ )) 


11 11 


80 + 20 




1190 


11 11 


)> jj 




55 55 


11 11 


75 + 25 




1220 


11 55 


j 




!) )l 


11 11 


70 + 30 




1255 


55 


)> 




55 55 


11 11 


66 + 35 


.... 


1285 


11 11 







5 55 


11 11 


60 + 40 




1320 


11 11 







)5 1) 


11 11 


55 + 45 




1350 


11 11 







)) 55 


> 


50 + 50 




1385 


11 11 


?> 




55 55 


" !> 


45 + 55 




1420 


11 11 







It 55 .... 


J) 


40 + 60 




1460 


11 11 


j> 




" 55 


1) 


35 + 65 




1495 


11 11 







) 


11 11 


30 + 70 




1535 


11 11 







55 


11 11 


25 + 75 




570 


11 11 


;> 




55 11 


11 !> 


20 + 80 




1610 


11 11 


)> 




55 )1 


51 


15 + 85 




650 


11 11 


'> 




)I J> 


51 


10 + 90 




690 


11 11 


u 




I! 55 


' )) 


5 + 95 




730 


11 11 


> 




11 1, 


55 


+100 


.... 


775 


11 11 


j I? 





METALLIC ALLOTS. 



41 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


4. Alloys of Bi and Cd 




Bi 2 Cd 




146'3 


Eudberg 


P. A., 71, 460 


J., 1, 71 


5. Alloys of Bi and Pb 




BiPb 




s. 146 






iii., 533 


11 5? 


.... 







*. 146 & 125 


Wiedemann 


A. C. P. [2], 20, 22 


46,8 


11 11 


.... 


BiPb 2 


.... 


s. 180 & 125 


? 


i 


11 


11 >1 


.... 


Bi 2 Pb 


.... 


3. 143 






iii., 533 


Jl 11 




!) 




*. 140 & 124 


Wiedemann 


A. C. P. [2], 20, 22 


46, 8 


11 51 


.... 


Bi 2 Pb 3 




s. 163-171 






iii., 533 


51 11 


.... 


Bi 3 Pb 




122-4 


Person 


J., 1, 84 




11 11 


.... 


Bi 4 Pb 




s. 200 & 125 


Wiedemann 


A. C. P. [2], 20, 228 


46,8 


55 11 




Bi 4 Pb 3 


.... 


s. 129 


.... 


.... 


lit, 533 


55 >1 


.... 


Bi 8 Pb 




s. 170 & 120, 


Wiedemann 


A. C. P. [2], 20, 228 


46,8 










also par- 
















tially at 
















125-130 








11 15 


.... 


Bi 8 Pb 3 




125-3 


Eudberg 


P. A., 71, 460 


J., 1, 71 


6. Alloys of Bi and Sn 




BiSn 




s. 150 and 143 


Eudberg 


P. A, 18, 240 


v., 804 


i 11 




BiSn 2 




s. 160 and 143 








11 


11 11 * 




BiSn 4 




s. 190 and 143 








11 


i) 




Bi 2 Sn 




s. 190 anjl 143 





j> 


11 


55 11 




BijSnj 


.... 


s. 143 





j 


11 


11 11 




)) 


.... 


131-137 


Dobereiner 


Kastn. Arch. 3, 90 


v., 805 


11 11 




Bi 3 Sn 2 




135-3 


Person 


J., 1, 84 




5) 15 ' 




) 




s. 170 and 143 


Eudberg 


P. A., 18, 240 


v., 804 


51 15 




Bi 4 Sn 3 




136-4 





J., 1,71; P. A., 71 
















460 




5 51 




1 pt. Bi + 




199 


Lewis 


.... 


v., 804 


5 51 


.... 


8 pts. Sn 












11 




1 pt. Bi + 




166 







> 


11 




2 pts. Sn 












)1 )) 




1 pt. Bi + 




138 





.... 





M 11 


.... 


1 pt. Sn 












7. .4#0y of Cd and Sn 




CdSn 2 




173-8 


Eudberg 


P. A., 71, 460 


v., 805 


8. Alloy of Cu and Sn 




CuSn 


.... 


abt. 400 


Eieffel 


C. R, 37, 454 


v., 805 


9. Alloy of Or and Pb 




0-25 p.c. Cr 


.... 


150 


.... 




iii., 527 






+9975 p.c. 
















Pb 












10. Alloys containing Hg 




Hg 2 Cd 




75 


Sromeyer 




iii., 886 


(Amalgams) 
















11 


Potassium amalgam, con- 


27 p.c. K 


.... 


abt. 75 


Merz and Weith 


B., 14, 1445 


40, 881 


11 


taining 


3-0 




85-95 





11 


} 


5) )) 


n 


37 




160-170 


)> 


11 


)) 


)J 





4-7 


.... 


175-184 


> 


11 


11 


5 


?) 


6-5 


.... 


198-206 





11 


11 


J5 )J 


)) 


9-8 


(=Hg 2 K) 


240-245 


n )> 


J) 


11 


51 )J 


)? 


18-2 


.... 


175-185 


11 


11 


11 


5) ?) 


I? 


24-6 




155-170 





11 


11 





j; 


26-0 


.... 


153-160 


11 11 


11 


J 


)J )) 


> 


29-8 


.... 


147-152 


11 51 


)> 


11 


)1 


Sodium amalgam, containing 


3-0 p.c. Na 


.... 


152-160 


11 11 


11 


)) 


> 





4-7 


.... 


305-315 


11 11 


)J 


11 


) 5) 


i) 


9-3 


.... 


276-299 


11 >1 


11 


11 


J n 





12-7 




190-209 


11 11 


11 


It 





Ji 


14-0 


.... 


170-190 


11 11 


)J 










15-5 - 


.... 


175-180 


11 11 


11 


H 



METALLIC ALLOYS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


10. Alloys containing Ifff 


Sodium amalgam, containing 


24-8 p.c. Na 


(=HgNa 3 ) 


160-180 


Merz and Weith 


B., 14, 1445 


40, 881 


(Amalgams) 
















11 


ii 


29-2 




175-180 


ii ii 


si 





11 j 


ji 


34-0 




168-175 


ii ii 





n 


11 ii 


ii 


37-9 




152-159 


11 11 





) 


II 11 


11 


HgSn 




a. 100 


fiegnault 




iii., 890 




ii 


HgSn 2 




a, 100 


11 




?) 


11. Alloys of Pb and Sb ... 


These alloys usually melt 


.... 






De Jussien 


C. K., 88, 1321 


36,889 




about 355 














ii 


ii 


82p.c. Pb + 




260 


Ledebur 


W. A. C. P. B., 5, 








18 p.c. Sb 








650 




ii ii 


ii 


90 p.c. Pb + 




240 


ii 


n 








10 p.c. Sb 












12. Alloys ofPbandSn .... 




PbSn 




182-2 


Thomson 


J., 1, 1040 




ii ii 


.... 


) 




235 


Pillichody 


J., 14, 279 




!) )) 




?) 




241 


Kupffer 


A.C.P. [2], 40, 285 


iii., 534 


II 11 




PbSn 2 




182-8 


Thomson 


J., 1, 1040 




II 11 


.... 


)) 


.... 


196 


Kupfier 


A.C.P. [2], 40, 285 


iii., 534 


V 1) 




)J 




197 


Pillichody 


J., 14, 279 




II 11 




.PbSn, 




181 


11 







II , 11 




JJ 




182-5 


Kudberg 


J., 1, 71 




11 11 


' 


)) 




182-8 


Thomson 


J., 1, 1040 




11 II 


.... 





.... 


182-8 


Person 


J., 1, 84 




11 It 


.... 


)> 




186 


Kupffer 


A.C.P.[2],40,285 


iii., 534 


11 II 


... 


PbSn 4 




187 


Pillichody 


J., 14, 279 




11 5) 


.... 


I> 




189 


Kupffer 


A.C.P.[2],40,285 


iii., 534 


11 11 


... 


)> 




190 


Thomson 


J., 1, 1040 




11 1) 


.... 


PbSn 5 




194 


Kupffer 


A.C.P.[2],40,285 


iii., 534 


II 11 


.... 


Pb 2 Sn 




270 


Pillichody 


J., 14, 279 




5) 1) 


.... 


Pb 2 Sn 3 


.... 


210 


ii 


1) 




11 1) .... 


.... 


Pb 3 Sn 




283 


ii 


) 




II II 


.... 







289 


Kupffer 


A.C.P.[2],40,285 


ill., .134 


II 1} 


.... 


Pb 3 Sn 2 




246 


Pillichody 


J., 14; 279 




I) 11 


.... 


Pb 4 Sn 




292 


ii 


11 




II 11 


.... 


Pb 4 Sn 3 




236 


Pohl 


J., 3, 323 




11 11 


.... 


Pb 5 Sn ; 


.... 


184-5r.s.l81-9 


J) 


J., 3, 324 




II !) 


.... 


1 pt.Sn+25 




558 


Tomlinson 


.... 


iii., 535 






pts. Pb 












11 11 


.... 


1 pt.Sn+10 




541 





MM 


)) 






pts. Pb 












)! 11 


.... 


1 pt. Sn+5 


.... 


511 


n 


.... 


J 






pts. Pb 












!> ,) 


.... 


1 pt. Sn+3 




482 





.... 


n 






pts. Pb 












>> I) 


.... 


1 pt. Sn+2 




441 


5> 


.... 









pts. Pb 












II II 


.... 


1 pt. Sn+1 


.... 


370 


jj 


.... 


M 






pt. Pb 












II 11 


.... 


l^pts-Sn+l 


.... 


334 


) 


.... 


i> 






pt. Pb 












'I 11 


.... 


2 pts. Sn+1 


.... 


340 





MM 









pt. Pb 












II II 


.... 


3 pts. Sn+1 


.... 


356 





.... 


j) 






pt. Pb 












71 || 


.... 


4 pts. Sn+1 


.... 


365 


M 


> 









pt. Pb 












II 




5 pts. Sn+1 


.... 


378 


i 


* 


)> 






pt. Pb 












>! )) 




6 pts. Sn+1 




381 





.... 









pt. Pb 













METALLIC ALLOTS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


13. Alloys of Pb and Zn 




167 p.c. Pb 




205 


Ledebur 


W. A. C. P. B , 5, 








+83'3 p.c. 








650 








Zn 












11 !l 


.... 


30-5 p.c. Pb 




190 


11 


11 








+69-5 p.c. 
















Zu 












11 i 


.... 


50-0 p.c. Pb 




202 


11 


11 








+50'0 p.c. 
















Zn 












14. Alloys of Sb and Zn 


.... 


10 p.c. Sb 




236 


Ledebur 


W. A. C. P. B. 5., 








+ 90p.c.Zn 








650 




11 


Britannia metal 


18 p.c. Sb 




250 


11 


11 








+ 82p.c.Zn 












15. Alloys of Sn and Zn 




SnZn 




a. 320 & 204 


Eudberg 




v., 1068 


11 11 




Sn 2 Zn 




s. 280 & 204 


11 




5> 


i) i) 




Sn 3 Zn 




s. 250 & 204 


11 







11 11 




Sn 4 Zn 




s. 203 & 204 


11 




) 


11 




Sn 6 Zn 




s. 204 


11 




)1 


11 




Sn 12 Zn 




s. 210 & 204 


11 


.... 


)) 


16. Alloys of Tl and one other 




T1 3 A1 




White heat 


Cars tan jen 


J. p. C., 102, 65 


vi., 1083 


metal .... 




Tl 3 Bi 




s. 170 








)> i) 




Tl 2 Cd 




s. 184 


11 
11 


) 



5 



11 11 




TLCu 




White heat 


11 


) 


JT 


11 11 




Tl 2 Pb 




s. above 250 


11 


)) 


) 


11 11 




Tl 2 Sn or 




Difficult 


11 


)) 









Tl 4 Sn 












11 !) 




Tl 2 Zn 




s. above 360 


11 


J 


) 



(B.) ALLOYS OF THEEE METALS. 



1. Alloys of Bi, Cd, and Pb 




Bi 4 CdPb 3 




89-5 


Hauer 


J., 18, 236 




" 


.... 


Bi s Cd 2 Pb 7 




95 










2. Alloy of Bi, Cd, and Tl 




5pts.Bi + lpt. 




s. 134 


Cars tan jen 


J. p. C., 102, 65 


vi., 1083 






Cd+6pts.Tl 












3. Alloys of Bi, Pb, and Sn 


Homberg's fusible metal 


BiPbSn 




122 






iii., 536 


i) 11 11 


.... 







b. 100 




.... 


11 


11 11 11 


Eose's fusible metal 


Bi 2 PbSn 




93-75 


.... 




i., 591 


11 11 11 


11 11 







95 


.... 




iii., 536 


Formed by pressure of 


11 11 







95 


Spring 


B. B. [2], 39; 


42, 921 


7500 ats. 












B., 15, 596 




Alloys of Pi, Pb, and Sn 


11 11 







95-98 


Kopp 


A., 93, 129 


iii., 75 and 78 


11 11 11 




Bi 2 PbSn, 




145 


Person 


J., 1, 73 




11 11 11 




Bi 3 PbSn 


.... 


96 


51 


J., 1, 72 




11 51 11 


D'Arcet's fusible metal 


Bi 3 Pb 2 Sn 2 


.... 


95 


Spring 


B. B. [2], 39 




11 11 51 


Krafft's fusible metal 


Bi 5 Pb 2 Sn 




104 






iii., 536 


11 11 51 


Lichtenberg's fusible metal 


Bi 5 Pb 3 Sn 2 




91-60 






i., 591 


11 51 11 


Eose's fusible metal 


Bi 7 Pb 4 Sn 6 




90 


Spring 


A. C. P. [5], 7, 178 


30, 592 


11 11 11 


Newton's fusible metal 


Bi 8 Pb 5 Sn 3 




94-44 




.... 


iii., 536 


11 11 11 


.... 


Bi a Pb 6 Sn, 




97-78 


.... 








6 2 



44 



METALLIC ALLOYS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Alloys of Pi, Pb, and Sn 


.... 


Bi 8 Pb 8 Sn s 




109-64 






iii., 536 


a a a 


w" 


Bi 8 Pb s Sn 4 


.... 


112-20 












1 


Bi 8 Pb 8 Sn 6 




116-05 






B 


11 


1 


Bi 8 Pb 8 Sn 8 




112-10 




.... 





11 11 


1 


Bi 8 Pb 10 Sn 8 




127-60 


.... 


.... 








M 


Bi 8 Pb, 2 Sn s 




130-90 




.... 


a 


a 11 11 


a 


Bi 8 Pb 16 Sn 8 




147-40 




.... 





11 11 11 





Bi 8 Pb 16 Sn 10 




149-60 









11 11 n 


! .S 


Bi 8 Pb 16 Sn 12 


.... 


141-90 


.... 







n n 


'o~ 


Bi 8 Pb 16 Sn 14 




139-70 




.... 





n 11 11 


^1 


Bi 8 Pb 16 Sn 16 




140-80 









n 11 11 


$ g 


Bi 8 Pb 16 Sn I8 




144-10 









n a a 


12 > 


Bi 8 Pb 16 Sn 20 




147-4 






B 


n 11 ,i 


W ^ 


Bi 8 Pb 16 Sn 22 




152-80 




.... 





. n a 


g J3 


Bi 8 Pb 16 Sn 24 




154-00 






H 


a a n 


"S 


Bi 8 Pb 18 Sn 24 




152-90 




.... 





a a 11 


& f 


Bi 3 Pb 20 Sn 24 




151-90 









n a a 


" 'S 
a ft 


BigPbj-iSn^ 




151-80 









1> J) 


~ o 
jjo ^a 


Bi 8 Pb 24 Sn 24 




152-90 









a a n 




Bi 8 Pb 26 Sn 24 




158-40 






11 


a n it 


S" i 


Bi 8 Pb 28 Sn 24 




163-00 


.... 


.... 





> 11 n 


- 


Bi 8 Pb 30 Sn 24 




170-50 









a 11 11 


.2 'a 


Bi 8 Pb 32 Sn 24 




176-00 









a a 11 


iii? 


Bi 9 Pb 32 S n28 




165-00 









n a n 


R r 


Bi 8 Pb 32 Sn 30 


.... 


163-90 




.... 





a n 11 


S-. ">. 


Bi 8 Pb 32 Sn 32 




158-40 






II 


a a n 


X & 


Bi 8 Pb 32 Sn 34 




157-30 









a 11 11 


ci o 


Bi 8 Pb 32 Sn 3 , 




158-40 









11 a a 


g) 


Bi 8 Pb 32 Sn 38 




159-50 






B 


a a a 


M 


Bi 8 Pb 32 Sn 40 




160-60 









a a 11 


lyArcet's fusible metal 


Bi 13 Pb 8 Sn 10 




abt. 90 


Spring 


A. C. P. [5], 7, 178 


30, 592 


n n 


.... 


36-6 p.c. Bi 




108 


Hannay 


P. M. [5], 13, 234 








+45 p.c.Pb 
















+ 18'3p.c.Sn 












a 11 11 


.... 


50 p.c. Bi 




94 





P. M. [5], 13, 230 








+25p.c.Pb 










* 






+25p.c.Sn 












4. Alloy of Si, Pb and Tl .... 




6pts.Bi+6pts 




s. 130 


Carstanjen 


J. p. C., 102, 65 


vi., 1083 






Pb+lpt.Tl 












5. Alloy ofBi, Sn, and Tl .:.. 


.... 


2pts.Bi+lpt. 




s. 115 















Sn+lptTl 




















Solidifying 
















a. b. c. 








6. Alloys ofPb, Sn, and Zn.... 


.... 


PbSn 6 Zn 




168 171 204 


Svanberg 


J. [1847-48], 72 


111., 538 


11 n a 


.... 


PbSn 9 Zn 




168 178 183 


,, 


a 





a 11 


.... 


Pb 2 Sn 9 Zn 




168 


, 








a ,i 


.... 







168 


Eudberg 


J., 1, 72 




.. .. ,, ,, 


.... 


Pb 2 Sn n Zn 3 


.... 


168 182 


Svanberg 


J. [1847-48], 72 


ill., 538 


.. 


.... 


Pb 2 Sn 12 Zn 




168 - 178 





)! 





!) 


.... 


Pb 3 Sn 12 Zn 


.... 


168 172 


11 


11 





11 ,, , 


.... 


Pb 4 Sn 18 Zn 




168 172 178 











). ! 


.... 


Pb 6 Sn 21 Zn 




168 175 











>! I! J, 




Pb 10 Sn 33 Zn 




168 178 




11 





METALLIC ALLOYS. 



45 



(c.) ALLOYS OF FOUR METALS. 



Name. 


Remarks. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


1. Alloys of Hi, Cd, Pb, and Sn 




Bi 2 CdPbSn 


.... 


68-5 


Hauer 


J., 18, 236 








Bi 4 CdPb 2 Sn a 




68-5 













Wood's fusible metal 


Bi 4 Cd 2 PbSn 2 


.... 


80 


Spring 


A. C. P. [5], 7, 178 


30, 593 


i) 




Bi 3 Cd 3 Pb 4 Sn 4 




67-5 


Hauer 


J., 18, 236 




i> 




Bi 10 Cd 4 Pb 5 Su 5 




65-5 





J) 




.> 


Lipowitz's alloy 


Bi n Cd 4 Pb 6 Sn 5 




abt. 70 


Spring 


A. C. P. [5], 7, 178 


30, 593 


.. ,> ,, 





15 pts. Bi + 




60-65-5 


Hauer 


J. [1860], 684; 








3 pts. Cd 








[1862], 113 









+ 8pts.Pb 
















+ 4 pts. Sn 












j. 


Wood's fusible metal 


4 Bi + 1 Cd 




60-5 


Eoscoe and Schor- 


T. C., 2, 334 








+ 2Pb + 






lemmer 










ISn 












5) >! 


,, 


4 Bi + 1 Cd 




65 


Spring 


B., 15, 596 


42, 921 






+ 2Pb + 
















1 Sn 












Formed by pressure of 





4 Bi + 1 Cd 




70 











7500 ats. 




+ 2Pb + 
















1 Sn 












Alloys of Bi, Cd, Pb, and Si 





4 Bi + 1 Cd 




65-5-70 


Hauer 


J. [1860], 684; 








+ 2Pb + 








[1862], 113 








ISn 


















7 or 8 Bi + 


.... 


66-71 


Wood 




iii., 75 






lor2Cd + 
















4 Pb + 2 Sn 















) u 


(?) 




75 


Nencki and Giacosa 


J. p. C. [2], 20, 34 


36, 1046 








16Bi + 2Cd 




76-5 


Hauer 


J., 18, 236 








3Sn 












2. Alloy of Bi,Hg, Pb,andSn 


D'Arcet's alloy +Hg 


Bi 8 Hg, Pb 6 




45 






iii., 537 






Sn s 













46 



VII. ALLOYS OF COMPOUNDS. 

(A.) ALLOYS OF TWO COMPOUNDS. 



Composition. 


Remarks. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Airl+CuX 






514 


Carnelley & O'Shea 


45, 410 




2AgI+Cu 2 I 2 . 






496 




1) 




3AgI+CujIj 






494 








4AgI+Cu,I, 






493 








12AeI+Cu,I, 






514 








Agl+Pbl, 






350 








AgBr+AgNOj 






s. 182 


Schnauss & Kremers 


J. [1855], 419 


iv., 104 


Arf+AgNO, 






94 




J. [1855], 429 


iv., 105 


AgI+2AgNO 3 .. 






105 






iv., 165 


AgNO 3 +KNO s 






s. 169-121 


Maumenfi 


C. B., 97, 45 


46, 3 


AgNO 3 +l-68KN0 3 






s. 191-131 








AgNO 3 +NaNO 3 






s. 251-5 








AgNO 3 +2NaNO 3 






s. 263 








Ba(NOj) 2 +2NaNO 3 






s. 322-288 




C. B., 97, 1215 


46,384 


Ca(NO 3 ) 2 +2NaNO 3 






s. 235-216 




C. E., 97, 45 


46, 3 


100 p.c. KNO 3 + p.c. NaNO 3 
90 +10 
80 +20 
70 +30 
60 +40 
54-3 +45-7 
50 +50 
40 +60 
30 +70 
20 +80 
10 +90 
+100 
KNO 3 +2NaNO 3 


=(KNO 3 +NaNO 3 ) 




s. 338-3 

8. 311 

s.280 
s. 250 
s. 230 
s. 225-6 
s. 229 
s. 244 
s.262 
s. 281 
a.298 
s. 313 
s. 242-224 


Schaffgotsch 

n 



H 
Ji 

n 
ii 

j) 

j) 
Maumen6 


P. A., 102 

1J 

I 

JJ 
) 
> 
)> 
)> 
) 


C. E., 97, 45 


46, 3 


KNO 3 +3NaNO 3 






s. 267-237 








2KNO 3 +NaNO 3 






s. 265-244 








3KNO 3 +NaNO 3 






s. 265-247 








KNO 3 +NH 4 NO 3 .... 






s. 230 




C. E., 97, 1215 


46, 385 


53-14 p.c. KNO 3 +46-86Pb(NO 3 ) 2 
2NaNO,+Pb(NO 3 ) 2 


(or else equal weights) 




207 

s. 282 


Guthrie 
Maumen6 


P. M. [5], 18, 112 
C. E., 97, 1215 


46, 384 

















(B.) ALLOYS OF THREE COMPOUNDS. 



AgCl+AgBr+AgI 






295 


Eodwell 


P E. S. 










331 


Carnelley & O'Shea 


45 410 




AgCl+AgBr+2AgI 






320 


Eodwell 


P. E. S. 










326 


Carnelley & O'Shea 


45, 410 




AgCl+AgBr+3AgI 






330 


Eodwell 


P E S 










354 


Carnelley & O'Shea 


45 410 




AgCl+AgBr+4AgI 






350 


Eodwell 


P E S 










380 


Carnelley & O'Shea 


45 410 




2AgCl+2AgBr+AgI 






330 


Eodwell 


P E S 










383 


Carnelley & O'Shea 


45 410 




AgNO 3 +KNO,+NaNO, 
NH 4 NO,+KNO 3 +NaNO 3 


.... 




a. 190-130 
136 137 


Maumen6 


C. E., 97, 45 
C E 97 1215 


46,3 

46 384 


2KNO 3 +2NaNO 3 +Pb(NO 3 ) 2 


(or equal weights ?) 




s. 259 


5> 












PART II. 



OEGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



48 

I. COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 

(1.) CH. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Koenlite 


CH;CH 

CH, : CH, 




)? 



) 




(_/ Jtlg. CJa 3. Oiig 


(OH), 
u 

(CH 2 ) 

)J 
J 
)) 

(CH 4 ) n (?) 
CA 

C 2 H 4 

) 

)I 
)> 

n 



5J 

(CA). 



(C 8 H 2 ) n 

J) 

C 3 H 6 



)) 

C 3 H 8 

M 

C 4 H 6 


}> 


C 4 H 8 

> 



u 





) 

ii 


(272-275) 
280-300 

a. 300 
abt. 100 
Cond. at 18 
(83 ate.) 

102 to 103 
(760) 
105 (760) 
102 (760) 
Cond. at 10 
(63 ats.) 
Cond. at 8 
(56 ats.) 
Cond. at 4 
(50 ats.) 
Cond. at 1 
(45 ate.) 
13 c.t. 
260 
280 

Gas 

18 
143 (sic) 
Does not cond. 
140 
25 to 30 
Cond. 17 
18 
18 
18 
abt. 20 
14-5 
Cond. 40 
b. 
5 

-4 
3 

12-14 
6 

7 to 8 
-8 (752); 
15-18 (2 to 
2J ats.) 
4 to +8 


108 
114 
117 
32-5 
35 
43-44 
44-45 
85-86 
44 

b. 110 

110 
b. 35 
80 
86 
100 

10 

Crystallizes 
b. 18 


Trommsdorff 
Kraus 
Engler and Leist 
Fliickiger 

Hell and Hermanns 
Hell 

Dana 
Cailletet 

Faraday 
Wroblewski and 
Olszewski 

(?) 
Olszewski 
Cailletet 


) 
>j 
j 

Serullas 
Galletly 
Boedeker 


Keboul 

Lefebvre 

Caventou 
Butlerow 

Pfankuch 
Bouchardat 
Puchot 
Faraday 
Wurtz 
Puchot 
De Luye"res 

Chapman 
Butlerow 

) 
) 

Wurtz 


A., 21, 126 
P. A., 43, 141 
B., 6, 256 
Z. C. [2], 6, 126 
A., 7, 155 
B., 13, 1716 
B., 13, 1710 
J. [1847-48], 736 
Mineralogy 
C. R, 85, 851 

C. R, 96, 1140 

(?) 
M. C., 5, 127 
C. R, 94, 1224 






A. C. P. [2], 39, 178 
C. N., 24, 187 
A., 52, 100 

JJ 

J. p. C. [2], 26, 367 
C. R, 78, 1773 

J., 21, 329 
A. 150, 209 
A., 127, 347 
C. C. [1871], 89 
B., 8, 412 
J. P. C. [2], 6, 113 
A., 27, 33 
C. R, 85, 757 
P. T. [1825], 440 
A,, 152, 21 
A. C. P. [5], 28, 507 

J., 20, 581 
Z. C. [2], 6, 238 


.... 

B. S. C. [2], 8, 265 


iii., 448 

J) 

26, 901 
vi., 999 

40, 250 
40, 249 

v., 204 
34, 20 

44, 781 

}) 

46, 816 
42, 914 

5) 
5) 


it, 507 



24, 1183 
Iii., 242 


vi., 710 
27, 977 
v., 892 

ii., 965 
24, 215 

vii.,656 ; 26,363 
i., 736 
34,20 
v., 738 
vi., 377 
46, 167 
v., 738 ; vi., 710 

vii., 223 

5) 

vi., 376 






PoJystyrol 


Rose oil 


0) 

Reichenbach's paraffin 

)> >j 

(?) 

Scheelerite .. .... ... 


Acetylene 


Ethylene (olefiant gas) 
it 

j 
11 ?) 

T* 
)J " 
J 

I )> 

Etherin 
Etherol 


Paraffin from Boghead coal 
Idrialite 



Trimethylene.... 


Propylene 


CH 2 :CH.Me. 
iso- 

CH 3 .CH:c:cH;. 

CH : C.Et 

c.ft.Cj.H,, 

CH 3 .CH 2 .CH : CH, 
CH 3 .CH:CH.CH 3 

Me 2 C:CH 2 


) 

Me.(CH) 2 Me or 
CH 2 \ 
>CH.Me 
CH 2 / 






Propane 




Crotonylene 




Ethylacetylene 
Divinyl 


Caoutchene 


Butylene 












Isobutylene 






Methylallyl .... 


i 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



49 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 




Me.(CH 2 ) 2 Me. 




1 


Liquid 


Schorlemmer 


P. K. S., 16, 367 


24, 896 vii. 








1 




Goldstein 


B , 12 690 


891 
36, 766 








3 (2j ats.) 






G. H., 109 










abt 




Pelouze & Cahours 


J , 16, 524 


iii., 181 








abt. 




Lefebvre 


J., 21, 329 










0-4 




Ronalds 


18 54 


v., 735 








5-10 




Pelouze & Cahours 


A. C. P. [4], 1, 5 






Et.Et. 




23 








ii , 524 




(CH 3 ) 2 .CH.CH 3 




17 






A., 144, 10 





Carbopetrocene 

Valylene .... .... 


(?) 


(?) 

(C 6 H 2 ) B or 
(C 6 H 2 ) 
C=H 


10 
45-50 


200-238 


Konovaloff 
Prunier 

Reboul 


B. S. C. [2], 34, 333 
A. C. P. [5], 17, 5 

A., 135, 372 


40, 400 
36, 1027 

v., 982 








abt. 50 






J , 18, 510 










60 


Liquid 




B , 15 1024 


42, 983 


ffl 




(XH, or 


119 




Engler and Leist 


B., 6, 255 


26, 901 




CH 2 :CMe.CH:CH 2 


GIO H 12 
C R H 


35 




Tilden 


C. N., 46, 120 


44, 75 








37 








45, 413 








37-38 




Williams 


P. E. S., 10, 516 ; 


iii., 433 


Propylacetylene 
Isopropy lacety lene 


CPraiCH 
CPrP i CH 


1> 
) 


48-49 
28-29 (751) 
abt. 35 


Liquid 
Liquid 


Bruylants 
Flawitzky &Kriloff 

TTpnry 


B. S. C., 24, 112 
B., 8, 411 
B., 11, 1939 
B., 7, 760 


C. E., 72, 1192 
36, 134 
27, 975 








35 




Eltekoff 


B 10 707 




Me thy lethylacety lene 
Valerylene 


Et.C. ! C.Me 
CMe 2 : C : CH, 





51 
44-46 (746) 




H. Eltekoff 
Reboul 


B. S. C. [2], 39, 
210 
A., 131, 238 ; J., 


34, 563 
v., 982 








41-42 




Buff 


17, 506 
A.,4thSupp.,147 










abt. 50 




Friedel 


A. C. [4], 16, 366 


vil., 1022 








43-47 




Bruhl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 








45-50 




Bouchardat 


C. E., 90, 1560 


38, 710 








34 




Flawitzky & Kriloff 


B.S.C.[2],27, 347 


34, 20 








28-30 










Piperylene 


CMe s : C : CH 2 (?) 




42 


Liquid 


Hofmann 


B., 14, 665 


40, 621 


Pentine (from resin spirit) .... 

P) 

(from oil of eri- 

geron canadense) 

w 

Oil of poplar buds 
Tekoretin 




(CW; 




C 5 H 8 

(C 5 H S ) B 


50 
103-104 (?) 
175-177 

245-247 
260-261 c. 
abt. 350 


45 


Couerbe 
Tilden 
Vigier and Cloez 

Tilden 
Piccard 
Forchammer 


J. p. C., 1, 165 
B., 13, 1605 
J. Pharm. [5], 4, 
333 
B., 13, 1605 
B., 6, 890 
A., 41, 39 


41, 168 
42,64 

26, 1237 
v., 707 


Propylethylene 


PrCH:CH 2 

(?) 


0>H 10 


89-40 
42 




Schorlemmer 
Kekul6 


P. T. [1872], 111 
A., 179, 340 


25, 1085 
29, 546 








35-37 




Zeidler 


A., 197, 253 


36, 908 








32-39 




Wurtz 


A., 123, 202 


vi., 117 


Isopropylethylene 


Prf.CH : CH 2 


j, 


20-2 (749) 
25 




Flawitzky 


B., 11, 992 

B., 6, 562 and 


36,37 

26, 1013, and 








25 




Lebedew 


1254; A., 179, 
340; A., 169, 205 
B., 8, 767 


27, 241 ; 29, 
545 ; 27, 139 
29, 894 








21-1-21-S 




Wischnegradsky & 


A., 190, 328 ; 


32, 420 








21-5 




Flawitzky 
A. Wischnegradsky 


B., 10, 406 ; 
J.E.C.S.,9,198 
C. E., 86, 973 


34, 717 








34 




Buff 


A., 4th Spl., 143 


vi., 117 








35-38 




Etard 


C. E., 86, 448 


34, 393 


Ethylmethylethylene 
u 


Et.CH : CH.Me 

} 



n 


36 (740) 
36 


.... 


G. Wagner and A. 
Saytzeff 

Fittig 


A., 175, 373 
A., 200, 30 


28, 628 
28, 376 



50 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Ethylmethylethylene 


CMeEt : CH 2 


C 6 H 10 


81-M 




A. Wischnegradsk 


A., 190, 354 


34, 394 











25 


.... 


Wischnegradsky 


C. C. [1876], 595 


32, 286 


Trimethylethylene .... 


Me 3 C : CHMe 





abt. 33 




Zeidler 


A., 186, 245 


32, 421 


,, 








35 




Ermolaien 


Z. A. [2], 7, 275 


vii., 64 ; 
















24, 1036 











36 




Wischnegradsky 


A., 190, 365 


34, 394 and 717 














C. E., 86, 973 




,, 





1) 


35 




Flawitzky 


A., 169, 206 


27, 139 











35 







A,, 179, 340 


29, 545 








J) 


35-37 


.... 


Perkin 


45,448 













36 (7497) 




Flawitzky 


A., 179, 340 


29, 546 


Amylene 







22-23 




Zeidler 


A., 186, 245 


32, 421 





.... 





39 




Balard 


A. C. P. [3], 12, 32 


i., 208 


.. 







30-35-5 




Buff 


A.,4thSupp.,12 




., - 







35 




Bauer 


J., 14, 660 


vi., 710 





.... 





28-30 




Buff 


J. 21, 334 


A., 148, 349 


> 


.... 





39-40 




Schorlemmer 




vii., 63 


i. 


.... 





35 




W. Eamsay 


35, 469 


35, 469 


.. 


.... 





30-40 




LeBel 


C. E., 75, 267 


25, 886 





.... 





35-40 




E6nard 


A. C. P. [6], 1,223 


46, 843 





.... 


51 


34-5-35-6 






Z., 4, 229 












38 u. c. 




Glaus & Eautenber, 


B., 14, 623 




. 


.... 





38, 201 c. t. 




Pawlewski 


B., 16, 2633 


46, 252 





Identical 





35 




Flawitzky, 


B., 6, 562 ; A. 


26, 1014; 29, 














179, 340 


546 





n 


J) 


35 




Frankland 


A., 4th Supp., 12 


3, 31 ; 29, 546 





n 


J) 


35 




Mendeljeff 


A., 179, 340 


29, 546 











42 




Kekule 


A., 4th Supp., 129 


i., 208 





Mixture ? 


1) 


35 




O. and F. Zeidler 


A., 197, 243 


36, 908 










35 (744) 




Briihl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 





.... 





28-37 


.... 


Hartley 


.... 


39, 154 










35-37 




.... 


A., 165, 7 




( ? ) 




(C 5 H 10 ) n 


230 




A. Staw 


C. E., 86, 488 


34,393 


(?) .... 


.... 




300 
























)) 


(" 







350 




j 


)) 




?entane 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 8 .CH 3 


C 5 H 12 


39 




Goldstein 


J. E. C. S., 1882, 


42, 374 ; 36, 














45 ; B., 12, 690 


766 











57-39 




Schorlemmer 


P. E. S., 16, 367 ; 


vii., 63, 891; 














P. T. [1872], 111 


24, 896, 1026 


" 





51 


37 




Jachowicz 


A., 220, 188 


46, 166 


" 


n 





35-37 u. c. 




Thorpe and Young 


B., 5, 558 


vii., 892 




" 





35 

10 Of>.e 




lofmann 


B., 16, 590 








1) 


11 


OD OO O 




Perkin 


45, 445 






w 


j 


>y 4u 




Schorlemmer 


15, 421 


"i., 181 




IVoni colophony 


" 


35-38 




Jenard 


A. C. P. [6], 1,223 


46, 843 






" 


" 


i3-38 




-11 i 


C. E., 95, 1386 


44, 599 




.... 


" 


14 




bcnorlemmer 

"IV. g T\ 


P. E. S., 15, 131 


vi., 107 




.... 


)> 


>2 35 




ahours& Demarc,ay 


C. E., 80, 1569 




sopentane 


Me) r CH.CH,Me 





29-32 c. 
i\ 


.... 


'erkin 


45, 445 








" 


" 


(j 




f~1 1 J A * 


A., 74, 55 


.,204 




" 


" 






Goldstein 


.E.C.S.[1882],45 


42,374 




" 









Seilstein and Kur- 


B., 14, 1620 














batow 






" 


> 





8-30 




Wurtz 


.... 


ii., 181 


... 





M 







'elouze & Cahours 


J., 16, 527 


i.,115;m.,181 




" 


w 







chorlemmer 


P. E. S., 16 


vi., 709 




" 










jachowicz 


A., 220, 188 


6, 166 




" 


T) 


(73J[) 




Trankland 


,31 


6, 679 





" 


" 







ust 


A., 220, 146 


6, 169 




" 


" 


1, 194'8c. t. 




'awlewski 


B., 16, 2633 


6, 252 






) 




. 21 




G. H., 110 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



51 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tetramethylmethane 

(impure ?) 

,, 


CMe 4 

C.(Me) 4 


C 5 H 12 

) 




9-5 

9 

47 


s. 20 
1. 30 
b. 20 


Lwow 

j 
Ladenburg 
Reicheiibach & Hesse 


Z. C., 13, 521 ; 
Z. C., 14, 257 
Z. C., 14, 257 
A., 164, 300 
A., 13, 217 ; A., 


vii., 63, 1037 
24, 1026 

T) 

26, 50 
ii., 608 


Carbopetrocene 

(?) 

Benzene 


H 

C 

HC CH 

1! 1 
HC CH 


(C.H,). or 
(C 5 H 2 ) n 

(<W. 
C 6 H 6 


91 

80 
80'4 (760) 


200-238 
5-5 


Prunier 
Church 

Kopp 


23,247 
A. C. P. [5], 175 

14,76 
P. A., 72 ; 1, or 


36, 1027 
iv., 415 

i., 542 
iv., 2 




V 

H 




80 




W. Ramsay 


223 
35, 469 


39, 64 








80 




Pietet 


P. M. [5], 1, 484 


32, 163 








81 




P. Jannasch 


A., 176, 283 


28, 889 








79-5 (747 r ) 




Naumann 


B., 10, 1422 


34, 48 








79 '3 (739) 




Briihl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 








80'5 




Hartley 


39, 162 










81 




Berthelot and Ogier 


C. R , 91, 781 


40, 719 








80-81 




Mansfield 


J., 1, 711 










82 


s 3 


Freund 


A., 120, 81 










80'8 




Church 


P.M. [4], 11,256 










80-1 




Warren 


P.M.[4],13,415 
J., 17, 531 ; 
P. M. [4], 18, 522 
J., 18, 515 




,, .... .... .... 








80-5 
80-36 (760) 


3 

4-45 


Jungfleisch 
Regnault 


C. R., 64, 911 
G. J. C. [1863] ; 












8. 


Ladenburf 


M. A. S., 26, 658 
G. J. C., 1871 










80 (764) 




Schiff 


G. J. C., 1881 










79'2 




Schall 


B., 16, 3012 


46, 551 








78-8 c. 




Meyer 


B., 15, 2893 


44, 315 








80 




Dumreicher 


B., 15, 33 


42, 606 








82 




TTfiTtry 


B., 6, 957 










86 


5'5 


Faraday 


P. T., 1825, 440 










86 


7 


Mitscherlich 


A., 9, 43 










280-6 c. t. 




Sajotschewsky 


W. A. C. P. B. 


45, 138 








291-7 c. t. 




Ramsay 


[1879], 741 
45, 138 




Dipropargyl .... 


CH ; c.(CH 2 ) 2 c ; CH 




abt. 85 u. c. 


Liauid 


Henry 


B., 6, 957 


vii., 1008 ; 








82-86 u. c. ; 






J. P. C. [2], 8, 54 


26, 1215 
27, 351 








85 c. 

85 


Liquid 




B., 5, 456 


vii., 49; 25, 687 








85 




Berthelot and Ogier 


C. R., 91, 781 


40, 719 


(polymer) 
Parabenzene .... 


.... 


(<W. 


97'5 


100 
b. 20 


Henry 
Church 


B., 14, 402 
P.M. [4], 13,415; 


40, 565 
iv., 340 










107-5 


Trommsdorff 


18, 522 
A., 21, 126 












114 


Kraus 


P. A., 43, 141 




Diallylene .... 




C 6 H 8 


70 




L. Henry 


C. R., 87, 171 


36, 34 








80-85 






J. p. C., 18, 165 




(?) 
(?) 

Diallyl 


CH 2 : CH.(CHj) 2 .CH : CHj 


(C.H.). 


85-5 
222 
59 




Abeljauz 
Berthelot and Luca 


A., 6, 257 
B., 9, 10 
J., 1, 590 


20, 703 
i., 140 








59-1 ; 




Palewski 


B., 16, 2634 


46, 252 






* 


234-4 c. t. 











H 2 



52 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diallyl 


CH 2 :CH.(CH 2 ) 2 CH:CH 2 

I! 
J) 

Me.C = C.Pr" 

Me.(CHj) 3 CH : CH 2 


Me.CH : CHPr<> 

(Me) 2 C : C.H.Et 

Me.CH: C.Me.Et 

(Et) 2 C:CH 2 orMe.CH:CMeEt 
Me 2 .C:C.Me 2 

( 

(.') 
(') 

Mixture 
Me.(CH 2 ) 4 CH 

Me.(CH 2 ) 4 .Me 

H 


C 6 H 10 

I) 

J) 
jj 

JJ 

w 

(C,H 12 ). 

Tl 

O TT 

1 


59 
58-59-5 
58-60 
58-60 
59-3 
58-59-5 
76-80 

80-S5 
abt. 80 
80 
80-83 

60-70 
71 

68-70 
67 (739-5) 

67-8-68(760) 
68-70 
68-70 

68-70 
68-70 
65-67 

64-65 

69-71 

68-72 
73 
72-73 
73 
73 

60-70 

70 
72-74 

65-66 
65-66 
60-70 
69-5-71 
68-70 
68-71 
67-70 
67-68 
70-80 

68-71 
69 
210-215 

193-197 
196-199 
69-70 

69-5 
69-70 
71-5 


1. at - 20 

74 
74 


Oppenheim 
Buff 
Wagner & Tollens 
Henry 
Briihl 
Zander 
Eeboul & Truchot 

Michael Saytzeff 
Hecht 
Rumpf 
Haidinger 
Schorlemmer 
Williams 

T. M. Morgan 
Hecht and Strauss 

Hecht 

Wanklyn and 
Erlenmeyer 
Carius 
Pelouze & Cahours 
Jawein 

Warren and Storer 
Jawein 

Tschaikowsky 
Eizza 

A. Pawlow 
Eltekoff 

Friedel 
Friedel and Silva 
Kaschirsky 

Hecht 
Wurtz 

Wurtz 
Geibel and Buff 
Efinard 
Lieben 
Prunier 

Wreden 
Beilstein and Kur- 
batow 
Jawein 

Schorlemmer 


B., 4, 672 
A. 4th Supl., 145 
B., 6, 590 
B., 6, 956 
A., 200, 139 
A., 214, 148 
A., 144, 247 ; J., 
20, 587 
A., 135, 127 
A., 139, 251 
A., 185, 157 
B., 11, 1050 
J. P. C., 107, 189 
P. A., 54, 261 
P. T. [1872], 111 
P. T. [1857], 737; 
A., 108, 385 
28, 301 
A., 172, 64 

B., 11, 1152 
J., 16, 52 

A., 131, 323 
J., 16, 526 
B.S.C.[2],30,26 
A., 195, 253 
J., 21, 331 
B.S.C.,27,30,26 

B., 5, 330 

J.E.C.S.[1882],99 

B., 11, 513 

J.E.C. S.[1882], 
355; B., 16, 398 
Z. C. [2], 5, 485 
C. E., 76, 226 
B., 11,984;C. C. 
[1881], 278 
A., 165, 146 

A., 195, 259 
J. [1864], 572 
J., 21, 336 
A. C. P. [6], 1,223 
A., 178, 1 
C. E., 76, 98; 
A., 145, 72 

A., 187, 163 
B., 13 [1820] 

B.S.C.,27,30,26 
P. E. S., 16, 367 


vi., 92 
vU.,46;26,1122 

38, 296 

vi., 697 
32, 299 
34, 717 
vii., 594 
iii., 14 
vii.,645;25,1085 
iii., 147 

27, 782 

iii., 147 
vi., 699 

vi., 710 
34, 961 

25, 1087 
42,491 

34, 562 
44, 567 

vi., 946 
vii. ,982; 26, 489 
36, 46 ; 42, 37 

vi., 699 

46,843 
29, 60 
vii., 1016 ; 
26, 487 
vi., 699 
32, 445 
40, 159 

34, 961 

vii., 891 ; 24, 
896 












Hexoylene 




Hexine (from benzene) 


(from mannite) 
Hartite 




Hexylene (butylethylene) .... 

5) I> '" 

(methylpropylethy- 
lene) 

(dimethylethyl- 
ethylene) 

(dimethylethyl- 
ethylene) 

(tetramethylethylene) 
i) 















Dipropylene .... 


Hexylidine .... 


Hexahydrobenzene 
From Caucasian petroleum .... 

Hexylene (condensed) 

Hexane (dipropyl) from 
various sources 

" * 
" > 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hexane (dipropyl) 


Me.(CH 2 ) 4 .Me 


C 6 H 14 


70-6 




Goldstein 


J.E.C.S.[1882],45 


42, 374 


11 11 








69-70 




Schorlemmer 


P. T. [1872], 111 


vii., 645 ; 26, 
















1085 


11 11 








71-5 




11 





11 


11 11 








68-3 




Bruhl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 


11 11 








68-70 c. 




Perkin 


45,445 




11 11 





11 


68-70 




T. M. Morgan 


28, 301 




11 11 








68-3-71 




Zander 


A., 214, 165 




11 11 








69-71 




Schorlemmer 


A., 161, 275 




11 11 








68-70 




Cahours & Demargay 


C. E., 80, 1570 




11 11 







68, 250-3 c.t. 




Pawlewski 


B., 16, 2634 


46, 252 


n 11 








69-5 




Dale 


J., 17, 381 




11 n 





J) 


68 




Williams 


J., 10, 418 


iii., 153 


11 11 








70 




Lachowicz 


A., 220, 188 


46, 166 








11 


67-68 




Thorpe and Young 


B., 5, 556 


vii., 892 ; 25, 
















803, 982 


11 11 








Chiefly 70 




Linnemann 


W. A. [2 Ab.], 
















63, 255 




11 11 








69 




Berthelot 


C. E., 85, 831 


34,48 


11 11 








68 




Bouchardat 


C. E., 76, 809 


iii., 153 


11 11 








68-5-70 




Wanklyn & Erlen- 


J., 16, 521 














meyer 






11 11 








68 




Pelouze & Cahours 


J., 15, 410 


iii., 181 


11 11 








68-5 




Warren and Storer 


J., 21, 331 













68-70 




Schorlemmer 


J.,15,386; 15,422 


iii., 181 


Isohexane (propylisopropyl) 


CHM e2 .CH 2 .CH 2 .Me 





62 




Wurtz 


A. C. P. [3], 44, 275 


ii., 525 


11 11 








62 




Schorlemmer 


P. E. S., 16 


vi., 709 


11 11 


11 





59-62 


..... 


Perkin 


45, 445 




11 11 








62 




Goldstein 


J. E. C. S. [1882], 


42, 374 














45 




(diethylmethyl- 


CHMeEtj 





64 


Liquid 


Wislicenua 


A., 219, 307 




methane) 
















11 >! 








60 






B. S. C., 25, 546 




n 







64-66 




Eenard 


A. C. P. [6], 1,223 


46, 843 








60-64 




Wurtz 


J., 16, 509 


iii., 181 








61'3 




Warren 


J., 21, 330 










60-8 




Eamsay 


35, 469 










60 




Lachowicz 


A., 220, 188 


46, 166 


(diisopropyl) 


Me^CH-CHMej 





58 




Schorlemmer 


P. E. S., 16, 35 


v.,887; vi.,709 


11 11 








58 




Zander 


A., 214, 167 




n 11 








59 


Liquid 


Bouchardat 


C. E., 76, 809 


26, 410 ; vii., 
















646 


Hexane (trimethylethyl- 


(Me) 3 C.Et 





43-48 


Liquid 


Butlerow&Gerainow 


A.,165,107;B.S. 


vii., 1183; 26, 


methane) 












C. [2], 18, 124 


1092 


n 


11 





43-48 


Liquid 


Gerainow 


B., 5, 479 


26,43 








48-52 




Gladstone 


45, 244 










53-60 










11 * 


.... 





abt. 58 




Eiche 


J. [1860], 249 


iv., 177 


(0 


.... 





76 


.... 


11 


A., 133, 105 


v., 449 


(?) 


.... 





78 




11 


A.C.P.[3],59,426 




(?) 


.... 


C 6 H 16 (sic) 


135-140 


.... 


Weyl 


Z. C. [2], 4, 496 


vi., 387 


Action of heat on American 


.... 


(0 7 H 4 ). 


.... 


119 


Prunier 


A.C.P. [5], 17,47 


36, 1027 


petroleum 
















Tolylene 




C 7 H 6 


240-250 




Marker 


A., 136, 75 


v., 859 




f!.H- CH 3 


7 o 

C,H 8 


103-7 


b. 20 


Church 


J., 17, 531 


i., 573 






V 7 H 


114 




Gerhardt 




i., 573 ; iv., 2 
























HI, 320-8 c.t. 




Pawlewski 


B., 16, 2634 


46, 252 






















C,H 8 


Ill 




Tollens and Fittig 


A., 131, 304 


iv., 486 






7 8 


















HO'3 c. 




Warren 


J. [1865], 525 


v., 852 








Ill 






, 


vi., 278 






11 


















111 




Eenard 


A. C. P. [6], 1,223 


46, 843 




tt 


11 


110-112 





W. B. Hodgkinson 


33, 497 and 499 





ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Toluene 


C 6 H 6 .Me. 


C 7 H 8 


Ill 




W. Ramsay 


.... 


35, 469 


.... .... 


JJ 


J) 


110-112 




Tommasi 


27, 313 




,, .... .... .. 


JJ 


JJ 


111 


Liquid 


P. Jannasch 


A., 176, 283 


28, 889 


JJ .... .... .. 


Jt 


JJ 


108-5 (749'5r 




Naumann 


B., 10, 1425 


34, 48 


1) .... .... .. 


)J 


JJ 


110-112 




G. Ciamician 


B., 11, 270 


34, 439 


,, .... .... ., 


JJ 


JJ 


110-112 




Perkin&Hodgkinso 


37, 725 and 727 




j> 


JJ 


JJ 


llO-110'l 




Briihl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 


u .... .... .. 


JJ 


5J 


111 




Ramsay 


39,64 




,, .... .... .. 


JJ 


J) 


110-9-111-2 




Brown 


39,211 










u. c. 










jj .... .... .. 


JJ 


J5 


111-112 




Botsch 


M. C., 1, 609 


42, 210 and 211 


TJ 


J 


3J 


108 




Deville 






.... .... .. 


JJ 


JJ 


110-5 




Noad 


J. F. P., 44, 145 




jj 


JJ 


J) 


111 




Wilbrand&Beilstei 


A., 128, 257 




., 


JJ 


1) 


110 




55 


G. J. C., 1863 




j .... .... 


JJ 


}) 


109-2 




Schiff 


G. J. C., 1881 




jj .... .... .. 


)J 


)J 


103-7 c. (760) 




Church 


P. M. [4], 9, 257 




jj .... 


JJ 


JJ 


110 




Wilson 


P. M. [4], 9, 258 




jj .... .... 


JJ 


)J 


106 




Glenard & Bondaul 







Paratoluene 




J) 


119-5 




Church 


J., 17, 531 




Retinaphtha .... 




J> 


108 




Pelletier & Walter 


A. C. P. [2], 67, 26 


41, 167 


Tropilidene .... 







us 




Ladenburg 


B., 14, 230, 2128 


A., 216, 338 
















and 2403 




;1 




5) 


114-115 




Merling 


B., 15, 289 


A.,217,117&133 


Action of baryta on dioxy- 


.... 


(C 7 H 8 ) n 


215-220 




Ekstrand 


A., 185, 104 


32, 499 


retistene .... 
















(?) 




JJ 


280-285 




Schwarz 


B., 14, 1530 




Heptone 


From diallylcarbinolchloride 


C 7 H 10 


115 




Saytzeff 


A., 185, 144 


32, 298 




Toluene dihydride 




JJ 


105-108 




Baeyer 


A., 155, 271 


vii., 656 


Tetramethylallylene 


Me 2 .C:C:C.Me 2 


C 7 H 12 


70 




Henry 


B., 8, 400 




Methylpropylallylene 


CHMe:C:CH.C 3 H 7 





103-104 




Tilden 


B., 13, 1604 


41, 174 


(Euanthylidene 


Me.(CH 2 ) 4 .C!CH 


5) 


106-108 




Rubien and Henry 


A., 142, 294 ; 


vi., 696 














B., 8, 409 




Heptylidene 




)) 


115-125 




Funaro 


G. J. [1881], 274 


40, 1032 




Toluene tetrahydride 


From colophony 


JJ 


103-105 ; 


Liquid 


Renard 


A.C.P.[6],1,223; 


46, 843; 42, 64; 








103-106 






C. R., 91, 419; 


38, 893 














B.S.C.[2],36,215 




(?) 




(C 7 H 12 ) n 


200-250 




Tawildarow 


B., 9, 1442 




Heptylene 


From resin spirit 


C 7 H H 


70-80 




Anderson 


C. N., 20, 76 


41, 173 


(methylbutyl- 


CMe 3 .CMe : CH 2 





78-80 




Eltekoff 


A., 180, 245 ; 


44,567; B., 1 


ethylene) 












J.R.C.S.[1882], 


399 














355 




* 


jj 


i) 




Liquid in 


Butlerow 


A, 167, 176 


28, 1249 










freezing 
















mixture 










.... 


)> 


80 

Qf\ QK 




Kaschirsky 


C. C. [1881], 278 


42,37 








)) 


oU oo 

}A Q ^ 




.... 


3. J., 21, 470 








J) 



30 OO 

80-85 






A., 25, 284 
B. S. G, 5, 307 








Me 2 .CH.CH : CMe, or 


)J 


81-83 




Markownikow 


Z. C. [2], 7, 263 


24, 1028 






Me 2 .CH 2 .CMe : CH 2 








51 






u " .... .... 


11 


)) 

, 


83-84 
91 




awlow 
Grimshaw 


3., 7, 729 
A., 166, 167 


27, 1076 
26, 313 




From Me 2 .C.Et 2 





90-92 




Schorlemmer 


26, 320 


vii., 643 




" .... 




)) 


90-91 







26, 323 






From methylethyl propyl- 


)) 


90-95 




). Pawlow 


A., 187, 104 ; 


32, 732 ; 31, 58 






carbinol 










B., 9, 1311 




(trimethylethyl- 


CMe 2 1 CMeEt 


?i 


92-96 (755) 




Caschirsky 


B., 11, 984; 


6, 46 ; 42, 37 


ethylene) 












C. C. [1881], 278 




" !, 





)) 


5-80 




'awlow 


.,9,1311; A., 190, 


1,58; 32, 732; 














314 ; 187, 194 


42,37 


" 


.... 


! 


90-100 




Sohiff 


Z. C., 6, 75 


vii., 869 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Heptylene 




O TT 


94-97 






A., 165, 11 








7 14 


95 




Schorlemmer 


16, 219 


iii., 147 


" 






95-100 






15, 424 






From Me 2 CH(CH 2 ) 3 Me 


" 


94 






P. E. S., 14 


vi., 696 






" 


94-1 




jj 
Warren and Storer 


J., 21, 331 








jj 












.... (normal ?) 


From azelaic acid 





96 




Schorlemmer 


P. E. S., 14 


vi., 696 


' 


petroleum 





96 



















98 






A., 166, 177 








" 


99 




Williams 


J., 11, 438 


iii., 147 




CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 4 .CH : CH 2 


" 


93-95 




Schorlemmer 


A., 136, 267 








jj 












,, 


,, 




95-97 







I) 










98-99 






A., 166, 176 


26, 322 


(methylbutyl- 


C 4 H 9 .CH : CHMe 


" 


98-5 




Schorlemmer and 


A., 217, 149 


44, 652 


ethylene) 










Thorpe 












107 




MendeljefF 


J. B. C. S. [1882], 


42, 919 






" 








230 




Toluenehexhydride 






94-100 




Wreden 


A., 187, 161 


32, 445 









94-100 




.. 


B., 8, 769 


29,914 


,. 




n 


95-100 




Beilstein&Kurbatow 


B., 13, 1818 


40, 159 


jj jj 


From colophony 


n 


95-98 




E6nard 


A. C. P. [6], 1,223 


46, 843 ; 42, 














C. E., 95, 245 


1301 


Heptane (normal) 


Me.(CH 2 ) 5 Me 


C 7 H 16 


98-99 




Schorlemmer 


P. E. S., 16, 367 


24, 896 


i 








100-5 


.... 








vi., (>9C ; 21, 
















896 


jj jj 


,, 


n 


98-65 




Goldstein 


J.E.C.S.[1882],45 


42,374 


jj jj 


jj 


m 


98'4 c. 




Perkin 


45, 447 




,, 





H 


97-99 




Thorpe and Young 


A., 165, 13 ; B. 5, 


vii., 892 ; 25, 














556 


803 


jj jj 





n 


97-5-98 




Schorlemmer 


P. T.-[1872], 111 


vii., 642 ; 25, 
















1086 


jj jj 






92-94 




Pelouze & Cahours 


C. E., 56, 505 ; 


25, 1086 ; iii.. 














A., 127, 196 


147 





jj 


n 


98 




Schorlemmer 


26, 322 




jj jj 







96-99 




J. M. Morgan 


28, 303 




n 


jj 




98 




Schorlemmer 


16, 216 


iii., 147 


jj jj 


1% 




98 




Warren 


J. [1865], 516 


vi., 696 


jj 







97-8 




Warren and Storer 


Z. C. [2 4, 231 





(from Pinus Sa- 


jj 


' 


98'4 (760) ; 




Thorpe and Eucker 


45, 166 




biniana) 






281 c. t. 










jj jj 


jj 





98-4 c. (760) 


.... 


T. E. Thorpe 


35, 298 




jj " 








98-3 c. (755) 




jj 


jj 




jj jj 







97-9 c. (747) 












jj jj 







281 c. t. 







35, 308 




jj jj 







98-42 c. 




Thorpe 


37, 214 










(755-6 r.) 










j 





T , 


98-43 c. 







j, 










(746-9 r.) 










(from petroleum) 








98-1-99-1 c. 


.... 





35, 308 










(765) 










jj j 


u 


u 


98-1-98-6 c. 







jj 










(750) 


















90 












jj " 







90-92 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


A., 136, 257 




Heptane (from azelaic acid) 


.... 


jj 


98-99 




Dale 


17, 261 


35, 30 







jj 


91 




W. Eamsay 


35, 469 




jj >. 


.... 


jj 


96-98 


.... 


Cahours and De- 


C. E., 80, 1570 














niargay 






jj .. 




jj 


99 




Lachowicz 


A., 220, 188 


46, 166 


jj 


.... 


jj 


99 




Schorlemmer 


P. E. S., 16, 367 


vii., 891 


jj >j 


.... 


jj 


99 




Mendeljeff 


J. E. C. S. [1882] 


42, 919 






- 








230 





ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Heptane (from azelaic acid) 




CVH 16 


95-100 


.... 


Amato 


G. L, 2, 6 


25, 682 




From light rosin oil 




95-97 




Tilden 


B., 13, 1604 


40, 101 


(triethylmethane) 


CHEt 3 





95-98 




Ladenburg 


B., 5, 752 ; A., 


vii., 1182; 26, 














164, 300 ; B. S. 


48&50 














C., 18, 548 




(methylethyl- 


CHMe.Et.Pr" 





91 




Just 


A., 220, 146 


46, 169 


propylmethane) 






















91-93 




Berthelot 


J. [1867], 346, 


vi., 696 














350 










90-92 


.... 


Warren 


J. [1865], 516 








n 


90 




Schorlemmer 


P. R. S., 16 




.... 


>. 





89-91 


.... 


j) 


A., 136, 257 




.... 







90'4 




Warren 




26, 320 


a. Isoheptane (ethylamyl) .... 


Et.CH 2 .CH 2 .CHMe 2 


j? 


88 




Schorlemmer 


16, 428 




11 11 


n 





88 




Wurtz 


A. C. P. [31 44, 


ii., 525 












.... 


275 




11 n 


T 11 


> 


91 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


P. R. S., 16 


vi., 696 & 709 


n 11 


7) It 





88 




Wurtz 


A. C. P. [31 54, 


26, 309 














278 




T> n 


> T 


jj 


90 




Grimshaw 


26, 311 


vii., 642 


n 11 


> 


> 


90-3 (76V-3) 




Thorpe, T. 




37, 216 


n n 


. " " 





89-5 (745) 


.... 


Purdie 


39, 468 




n 1} 


?J )) 


j> 


90 




Goldstein 


J. R C. S. [1882], 


42,374 














45 




11 n 


)> 





90-91 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


A., 136, 257 




Heptane (dimethyldiethyl- 


CMe 2 Et 2 


u 


86-87 




Friedel and Laden- 


A., 142, 310, 318 


vi., 398 & 826 


methane) 










burg 






" 








86 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


P. R. S., 16 


vi., 709 


11 11 


u 





89-5-90 




11 


A., 166, 172 


vii.,643;26,322 




C 6 H 13 .Me 




82 




Wurtz 


J., 8, 576 


i., 97 




o^^U 




85 






A. C. P. [3], 44, 


iii., 1008 












)J 


275 




Phenylacetylene 


C 6 H s .O ! CH 


C 8 H 6 


139-140 


Liquid 


Glaser 


A., 154, 156; 


vi., 5 














Z. C., 5, 97 




11 


) 


11 


141-6 


.... 


Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


,, 





JJ 


140 


.... 


Eadziszewsky 


B., 6, 493 


26, 1029 


Styrolene or cinnamene 


C 6 H 5 .CH . CH 3 


C 8 H 8 


145 


1. 20 


E. Kopp 


Compt.Ch.[1846], 


i., 981 


( phenylethy lene) 












87 ; C. R., 53, 
















634 




!> )) 


J1 





145-75 




Blyth & Hofmann 


A., 53, 293 


n 


n >t 


)) 


M 


146-2 




Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


11 11 


... 


)) 


144-150 




Emmerling and 


B., 4, 147 


vii., 1101 












Engler 






n n 




11 


144-145 




Fittig and Binder 


G. J. C. [1879] 




n 11 




11 


144-5 




Perkin 


32, 673 




i> l) 







140 




Scharling 


A., 97, 186 




1* 11 


.... 


11 


14S-146 




Botsch 


M. C., 1, 609 


42, 210 


11 11 




11 


144 




Kopp 


J. F. P., 37, 283 




11 11 


Jl 


)) 


140-147 




Hatton and Hodg- 


39, 320 














kinson 






11 11 


!l 


)J 


145 




Berthelot 


G. J. C., 1866 




? 




)> 


135-160 








vi., 32 


Retinol 


.... 


T) 


236-244 


.... 


Pelletier & Walter 


A, C. P. [2], 67, 267 


41, 167 




Metastyrolene 




(C S H 8 ) U 


Very high 


300 in retort 


Botsch 


M. C., 1, 609 


42, 210 


Xylene 


Me.Me=1.2 


C 8 H 10 


140-141 




Fittig and Bieber 


Z. C. [2], 5, 495 


vi., 294 




(contained some para-) 


11 





141-143 c. 


1. 22 


Jannasch & Hiibner 


Z. C. [21 7, 706 ; 


vii., 1208 ; 25, 














A., 170, 117 


893 ; 27, 257 




j 





14S-143 c. 


.... 


Jacobsen 


B., 10, 1013 


32,601 







I? 


11 


141 




Ricard 


B., 12, 580 


36, 655 






Me.Me=1.3 


11 


137-138 


Liquid 


Fittig, Laubinger 


Z. C. [2], 3, 577 


vi., 293 


" 












and Jannasch 











11 


136-141 




Botsch 


M. C., 1, 609 


42, 211 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



57 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Xylene 


Me.Me 1.3 




139-140 




Rommier 


C. R., 70, 641 ; 


vii., 402 ; 26, 








139-8 




W arren 


B.S.C.[2],19,434 
A., 148, 1 ; A., 


888 
v., 1056 








139 




Gundelach 


156, 236 
B. S. C. [2], 26, 43 


30, 513 








135-140 




Tildeu 


45, 416 










135-141(730) 




Ador and Killiet 


B., 11, 1627 


36, 228 








137-138 




Fittig and Velguth 


J., 20, 697 










140-141 




Wroblewsky 


A., 207, 91 


40, 433 




Me.Me 1.4 






10 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 2111 


42, 187 








136 


15 


Jannasch 


Z. C. [2], 7, 117 


24, 509 








136 - 5 (758) 




Schiff 


G. J. C., 1881 










136-137 


15 


Jannasch 


A., 171, 79 


27, 468 








136-137 




Fittig and Glinzer 


G. J. C., 1865 










136'5 


15 


Jannasch 


A., 176, 283 


28, 889 








135-140 




Meyer 


B., 3, 753 












13-15 


Jacobsen 


B., 10, 1010 


32, 600 








136-137 


15 


Schaumann 


B., 11, 1537 


36, 51 








139-140 




Glinzer and Fittig 


A., 136, 303 


v., 857 








139-140 




Carstangen 


J. P. C. [2], 23, 421 


42, 612 








136-141 




Bbtsch 


M. C., 1, 609 


42,211 




Me.Me ? 




126 








iv., 2 








126-2 e. (760) 




Church 


P. M. [4], 9, 257 










136 




R6nard 


A. C. P. [6], 1, 223 


46, 843 








128-130 




Cahours 


J., 3, 492 










132-134 




Ramsay 


35, 469 


35, 469 








135 




Fittig 


B. S. C., 11, 398 










132-5-138-5 




Naumann 


B., 10, 1421 


34,48 








(752) 
135-140 




Ramsay 




39,64 


(from coal tar) 




J 



)) 



138-139 
138-140 
142-142-5 




Longuinene 
Boyes 
Warren and Storer 


A. C. P. [4], 11, 153 
B., 10, 1710 
J., 21, 331 


vi., 278 
34, 143 








139 








v., 1056 








139 




Beilstein 


A., 133, 37 










139-140 




Rommier 


B.S.C.[2],19,434 


26, 887 








140 




MUller 


J., 17, 424 










139-141 




Witting and Post 


B., 10, 745 


32,611 


Ethyl benzene 

* 


) )> 
)j ,, 

w 


i .... 

Phylloretin 


Ph.Et 

) 
)I 
)1 
J 

o 

1 
) 


51 
J) 

)> 

)I 
) 
J 


133 
136-5 
133 

134 

134 
130-140 
134-136 
134-140 


86 .... 


Tollens and Fittig 
Weger 

Fittig and Konig 
Weidel & Ciamician 
Goldschmidt 
Ciamician 
Botsch 
Forchammer 


A., 131, 310 
A., 221, 61 

A., 144, 277 
B., 13, 70 
B., 15, 1067 
W.A.B.[2Ab],346 
M. C., 1, 609 
J. F. P., 20, 459 


iv., 484 
46, 11 
v., 1056 

40, 247 
42, 210 
iv., 634 


Action of P 2 O 5 on y-diethyl- 
oxybutyric acid 

Cantharene 


or (q,H M ). 

/CH 2 
H 4 .C,H/ | orH 2 .C 9 H 4 .Me 2 
\jCHj 

CHj.CH,=1.2orMe.Me=1.2 


(CsH,,), 
QjH 12 


260-270 

134-135 

134 


Liquid 


Emmert & Friedrich 
Piccard 


B., 15, 1852 

B., 11, 2122 
B., 12, 578 


44, 39 

36,271 
36, 655 


Action of P 2 O 5 on y-diethyl- 
oxybutyric acid 
Xylene tetrahydride 

,, 

ii 
Canrvlidene ., 


or (C,H n ) n 
Me.Me=1.3 


(C 8 H 12 ) a 
C 8 H 14 

j 
j 
j? 


260-270 
119 

128-130 
129-132 
133-134 




Emmert & Friedrich 
Wreden 

Renard 




B., 15, 1852 

A., 163, 336 ; A., 
187, 171 ; B., 6, 
1381 ; Z. C. [2], 
7,97 
A. C. P. [6], 1, 223 


A., 142, 299 


44,39 

26, 896 ; 32, 
446 ; 27, 258 ; 
vii., 236 

46, 843 
46, 844 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS, 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Conylene 


(See also C 9 H 16 ) 
From cu-camphorate 
>i 

From rosin oil 
pelargonic acid 

petroleum octane 
From Me.(CH 2 ) s CH.OH.Me 

Fr. Me 2 .CH.CH 2 .CH 2 CHMe s 
From colophony 
primary octyl alcohol 

renanthol 
parafin 

Me.(CH 2 ) 8 .CH:CH 3 

Me.(CH 2 ) 5 .CH : CH 2 (?) 
CHPrP;CHPr/i 
Me 2 C:CH.CMe 3 



(See C 8 H 1S ) 
From anethol 

Me.Me = 1.3 
= 1-3 
=!? 
=1.? 
=1.4 

Me.(CH 2 ) 6 .Me 

)) 




C 8 H 14 

ji 




) 


j 

Qfte 

T 

IJ 
1) 
)) 
JT 



*J 
I) 
> 






)) 
?> 
JJ 
JI 

)) 
JJ 

JJ 
T) 
J 

)) 
) 

(?) 

)) 

J) 
)) 

J> 
)> 

(C 8 H 16 ) n 
C 8 H 18 

) 
j 



120 (738) 
125 
126 

129-132 
122-126 
105 
105 ; 104-107 

122-125 
130 
106-110 

115-117 

116-120 
118-119 
118-120 
b. 120 

118-124 

122 
120-123 
120-125 

122-125 
122-125 
122-4 
125 (760) 

125 
125-2 
125-126 
125-127 
126-128 
123-6 
298-6 c. t. 
122-123 
116-120 
102-53 
102-104 
102-5 
102-104 
107-5 
270-8 c. t. 
abt. 150 

115-120 
115-120 
118 
120-123 
137-6 c. 

250 
123-124 

123-124 
123-124 

124 


Liquid 

Liquid 
Liquid 
Liquid 


Wertheim 
Hofmann 
Wertheim 

Eenard 
Ballo 

Moitessier 
Wreden 

Baeyer 
Eenard 
Cahours 

Schorlemmer 
Cahours 

Pelouze & Cahours 
Wurtz 

Cloez 

Williams 
Renard 
A. Cahours and E. 
Demarcay 

Fittig 

Lachowicz 
Bouis 

Warren and Storer 
E. Nieson 


Pawlewski 



Fossek 
Butlerow 

)> 
Dobbin 
Konovaloff 
Pawlewski 

)? 
Landolph 

Wreden 
j> 
>j 
Eonard 
Schiff 

Schorlemmer 

)? 
?> 

)5 


E,C.p.[1863], 45 
B., 14, 710 
A., 123,157; A., 
130, 297 
C. E., 95, 141 
B., 12, 324 
J. [1866], 410 
B., 6, 1381 ; A., 
187, 168 
A., 155, 206 
B. S. C., 36, 215 
C. E., 31,143; J. 
[1850], 402 
J., 15, 386 ; A., 
125, 113 
A., 92, 399 
G. H., 293 
J., 16, 529 
B. S. C., 5, 307 
A., 128, 230 
B., 7, 823 ; C. E., 
178, 1865 
B., 10, 908 
C. E., 95, 245 
C. E., 86, 991 

J., 13, 320 
A., 165, 14 
A., 220, 168 
J. 7, 582 ; A. C. 
P. [3], 44, 139 
Z. C. [1868], 230 
J., 21, 331 
28, 207 
27, 848 
27, 847 
B., 16, 2634 


A., 185, 53 
M. C., 4, 663 
C. C. [1877], 2 
A., 189, 49 
37, 241 
B.S.C. [2], 34,334 
B., 16, 2634 

>! 

C. E., 82, 849; 
B., 9, 725 
B., 6, 1379 
Z. C., 14, 99 
A., 187, 155 
A. C. P. [6], 1,223 
B., 13, 1407; G.I. 
10, 317 
A., 92, 396 
P. E. S., 16, 367 

IT 
)> 

P. R. S., 16, 367 ; 
vii., 891 


ii., 965 
40, 746 

42, 1179 
36, 540 
vi., 389 
27, 258 

vii., 656 
42,64 

iv., 172; vi., 
710 
iv., 172 

iv., 172 



27, 972 

32, 542 
42, 1301 
34, 653 

46, 166 

iv., 172 

46, 252 

jj 

46,38 

32,874 
34, 122 

40, 400 
46, 252 


30, 79 

27, 258 
B., 6, 1380 
32, 445 
46, 843 
38, 892 

24, 896 


) 
24, 896 ; vi., 
709 and 879 


.... .... 
Octine 


Campholeue .... 


(?) 
(?) 


(?) 


(?) 


Octylene 
















>> .... ..i . 




















(normal) 

(normal) (?) 
.. (diisopropylethylene 
., (diisobutylene) 
M 
" 
> 
(?) .... 


Xylene hexhydride 

> 
11 

n 

Jl J! 

Metaoctylene 
Octane (normal), from dif- 
ferent sources 

" " i, 

" !) 
" 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



59 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Octane (normal) 


Me.(CH 2 ) 6 .Me 


C 8 H 18 


124 




Schorlemmer 


B., 3, 616 


vii., 277 


>i 





i* 


123-125 







P. T. [1872], 111 


vii., 867 ; 25, 
















1086 


,, 


i 


! 


123 




Hofmann 


B., 16, 591 




,, ,, .... 


i 


)1 


135-46(760-8 




Thorpe 


.... 


37, 217 


(iso) ' .. 


Me.(CH 2 ) 4 CH.(Me) 2 


11 


124 




Schorlemmer 


P. E. S., 16, 370 


vi., 65 & 877 


,, .... .... 


.... 


yy 


127 




Eiche 


J., 13, 248 










122-125 




Schorlemmer 


A., 152, 15 


vi., 877 








122-125 




Thorpe and Young 


A.,165,1;B.,5,55 


vii.,892; 25,803 








118-122 






A., 165, 1 










119-122 




Schorlemmer 


A., 152, 15 


vi., 877 








119-120 






J., 15, 386 


15, 419;iii., 181 








118-120 




Cahours & Demarjaj 


C. E., 80, 1571 






From acenaphthene 




115-120 




Berthelot 


B. S. C. [2], 8, 22 


vi., 3 




cinnamene 




115-120 






B. S. C. [2], 9, J. 


vi., 741 ; vi., 466 














[1867], 449 










116-118 




Pelouze & Cahours 


J., 16, 524 


iii., 181 








115-118 




Wurtz 


J., 16, 509 




(diisobutyl) 


Me 2 CH.(CH 2 ) 2 .CHMe, 


11 


108-108-3 


1. -17 


W. C. Williams 


35, 125 


)! 








(745) 










,, ,, 


1 


> 


108-2 (745) 




)1 







51 11 "" "' 


)1 


11 


108-5 c.(747'5 




Kopp 


A., 95, 335 


35, 125 


,, ,, 


11 


i 


106 (745) 




51 




v., 732 





M 


)) 


108 




Kolbe 


A., 69, 358 


31, 541 


11 " " 


1) 


i 


108-5 




Wurtz 


A. 


v., 732 





)1 


11 


106 




)j 


A. C. P. [3], 4, 278 


31, 541 


,,(?)(SeeC 8 H I6 ) 


11 


(?) 


107-5 




Pawlewski 


B., 16, 2634 


46, 252 








270-8 c.t. 




5) 


11 





1 )> 


11 


11 


109 




Williams 


B., 10, 908 


31,542 


> 11 


1 


11 


108-53 (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 219 




(amy lisopropyl) 


C 5 H n .CHMe s 


i 


109-110 




Schorlemmer 


P. E. S., 16, 37 ; 


v., 887 ; vi., 105 














J., 20, 567 




i 11 


11 


n 


109 




Kopp 




vi., 105 


(hexamethylethane) 


Me 3 C.CMe 3 


11 


105-106 


96-97 


Lwow 


B. S. C. [2], 35, 169 


40,399 


Xylene octohydride .... 




11 


118-120 




Berthelot 


B. S. C. [1869], 106 




Allyl benzene (a-phenylpro- 


Ph.CH : CH.Me 


C 9 H 10 


164-5-165-5 




Radziszewsky 


C. E., 78, 1153 


27, 798 


pylene) 






(728) 










n n 


11 


11 


165 




Eugheimer 


A., 172, 129 


27, 894 


i i> 11 


1) 


)! 


165 




Tiemann 


B., 11, 672 




n , > 


J 


11 


165-170 




Fittig & Krugener 


B., 6, 214 




n 11 11 


11 


! 


170-171 




Perkin 


32, 673 




11 11 11 


11 


n 


174-175 


1. -15 





32, 666 




Isoallyl benzeue (-phenyl- 


Ph.CHs.CH : CH 2 


11 


155 


Liquid 


Chojnacki 


C. E., 76, 1413 ; 


26, 1029; J., 


propylene) 












A., 172, 132 


1873, 359 


Cannabene 






235-240 




Personne 


J. Ph. [3], 31, 46 


vi., 391 








90-95 in vac. 




> 








Trimethyl benzene (mesity- 


Me.Me.Me=1.3.5 


C 9 H 12 


158-168 




Jacobaen 


B., 10, 858 




lene) 
















11 ) 11 


11 i> 


i) 


155-160 


Liquid 


Hofmann 


2, 104; A., 74, 106 


iii., 930 ; i., 29 


11 11 11 


11 11 


)> 


158-163-5 


(Not quite 


Ador and Eilliet 


B., 12, 329 












pure) 








11 11 i) 


11 11 


jj 


162-164 




Cahours 


3,17 


iii., 930 


1) ! 


i> i 





163 


.... 


Fittig & BrUckner 


A., 147, 42 


vi., 298 


11 11 i 


11 11 





164-167 




Fittig 


Z. C. [2], 4, 577 


vi., 296 


11 ij 11 


11 ! 





165-167 


.... 


Rommier 


B. S. C. [2], 19, 


26, 887 














434 




11 . 11 ! 


11 11 


) 


162-6-163-6 


.... 


BrUhl 


A., 200, 190 


38, 296 








(743) 










11 11 1 


11 1) 


i> 


163-5-164 




Ramsay 


39,64 








12 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Trimethyl benzene (pseudo- 


Me.Me.Me=1.3.4 


C 9 H 12 


abt. 166 








vi., 200 


cumene) 
















11 11 11 


JJ J 





166 




Fittig 




vi., 296 


11 11 11 


JJ JJ 





166 




Beilstein & Kogler 


A., 137, 117 


vi., 297 


11 11 11 


JJ JJ 





166 




Botsch 


M. C., 1, 609 


42, 211 


?! 11 11 


JJ JJ 





165-167 




Eommier 


B. S. C. [2], 19, 


26, 888 














434 




11 11 11 


JJ JJ 





163-5-167 


Not quite 


Adir and Rilliet 


B., 12, 329 













pure 








11 11 11 


JJ JJ 





166 


Liquid 


P. Jannasch 


A., 176, 286 


28, 889 


17 11 11 


JJ JJ 





158-168 




Jacobsen 


B., 10, 856 




71 11 11 


JJ JJ W 





165-166 




Fittig and Ernst 


A., 139, 186 


v., 1058 


Trimethyl benzene (hemimel- 


=1.2.3 





168-170 


1. 15 


Jacobsen 


B., 15, 1857 


44,53 


lithene) 
















Ethylmethyl benzene 


Et.Me=1.3 





158 




Ciamician 


B., 11, 270 


34, 439 


11 11 


I! 11 





158-159 




Wroblewsky 


C. C., 6, 68 


B., 7, 1681 


1! 11 


11 11 





160 




Ciamician 


B., 12, 1662 ; 


38, 39 ; 38, 














G. I., 9, 304 


126 


71 


=1.4 





161-162 


Liquid in 


Jannasch & Dieek- 


B.,7, 1514 ;C. C. 


28, 1189 










freezing 


mans 


[1875], 21 












mixture 








17 71 


JJ JJ 





162 




Mazzara 


G. I., 10, 256 


38, 882 


1 71 


JJ JJ 





159-160 




Glinzer and Fittig 


A., 136, 312 


v., 857 ; vi., 


11 11 


JJ JJ 







L 18 


G. H., 606 




200 


Propyl benzene 


Ph.CH 2 .CH 2 .Me 





157-157-5 




Fittig, Schaffer, & 


A., 149, 324 ; 


vi., 200 and 












Konig 


G. J. C., 1869 


295 


77 >, 


JJ 





157-5-158-5 




Wispek and Zuber 


A., 218, 374 


44,977 


H 17 


JJ 





156-5-158-5c. 




Paternd and Spica 


B., 10, 294 ;G. I., 


31, 707 








(758) 






7,22 




77 ,7 


JJ 





157-6-159 c. 




Spica 


G. L, 8, 406 


36, 631 








(738) 










71 11 


JJ 





167 




Etard 


A. C. P. [5], 22, 


40, 582 














218 




Isopropyl benzene(cumene).... 


Ph.CHMe 2 





144-151-4 


.... 


Gerhard & Cahours 


P.M. [4], 9, 258; 


ii., 173 ; iv., 2 














A. C. P. [3], 1,88 




71 71 11 


JJ 





148 




Abel and Cahours 


A., 63, 308 


ii., 173 


71 11 11 


JJ 





148-4 c. 




Church 


P. M. [4], 9, 257 




71 11 


JJ 





145-155 




Jacobsen 


B., 8, 1261 




71 11 11 


1J 





151 


.... 


Rfinard 


A, C. P. [6], 1,223 


46, 844 


71 11 11 


71 





151 




Warren 


G. J. C., 1865 ; 


vi., 200 














J., 18, 515 




11 11 11 


11 





151-151-5 




Fittig and Konig 


G. J. C., 1869 


vi., 295 


71 77 71 


11 





151 




Gustavson 


B., 11, 1251 




" 11 11 


11 





153 




Gerhardt 


A. C.P.[3], 14,111 




11 11 


11 





150-160 




Kachler 


A., 164, 75 


25, 1012 


11 11 H 


11 





151-151-5 




Patern6 and Pisati 


G. L, 3, 574 


36, 633 


' 11 11 


11 





150-155 




11 11 


G. L, 9, 443 


38, 166 


11 11 11 


11 





152-5-153 




Liebmann 


B., 13, 46 


38, 384 


11 (?) 


11 (?) 





165-167 




Romier 


C. R, 70, 641 


vii., 402 


Cumene 


From coal tar 




1 AA 




. 










" 


iOD 

1 Q*Q 




Beilstein & Jvogler 


A., 137, 322 




Retinyl (cumene ?) 




" 


loy o 
150 




Warren 
Pelletier & Walter 


J., 18, 515 
A. C. P. [21 67, 


41,167 


M 






1 Kf\ I ftf\ 






267 




(?) 


From phorone 


" 


lOU ItHj 

i f\r\ i firt 




.... 


A., 100, 354 








JJ 


-lOU -LbU 




Schwanert 


A., 128, 298 


vi., 390 


( ?) 


camphrene 





170-175 







A., 128, 298; 25, 


vi., 390 ; vii., 














1012 


239 








170-175 






A., 123, 304 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



01 






Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethyltoluene dihydride 
Carpene 


. Et.Me=1.3 


C 9 H I4 


153-5 (7487 
155-157 


i Liquid 


Weidel & Ciamician 
Oudemanns 


B., 13, 73 
B., 6, 1126 


38, 404 
27, 73 


Action of BF 3 on acetone .. 
Branchite 


.... 


)> 


162-165 


75 


Landolph 
Savi 


B., 8, 1583 ; C. R 
89, 173 
L. B. J. [1842' 


, 36, 915 
, 1., 652 


Campholene 






135-137 






459 
A., 38, 340 


A., 162, 266 


Nonine 


. From camphor 




135-140 




Weyl 


B., 1, 96 




(?) 
Cumene tetrahydride 
C'amphin 


rosin oil 




H 

C 9 H ]fi or 


abt. 140 
155 (?) 
167-170 




Eenard 

Claus 


B.S.C.[2],36, 2H 
A.C.P.[6], 1,223 
J. p. C., 25, 262 ; 


42,64 
46, 844 
i., 725 


Nonylene 


From oleic acid 


CI<>HIS 


110 




Fr&ny 


Gm., 14, 488 
A., 20, 65 


iv., 134 




j, camphor 




115-118 




Weyl 


B., 1, 95 










120-121 






A. 25, 285 






Action of BF on acetone 




130 




Landolph 


C. R, 89, 173 ; 


36, 915 




From fusel oil 




140 




Wurtz 


B., 8, 1583 
J., 16, 510; 


iv., 134 ; 








144-146 




Fittig 


B. S. C., 5, 307 
J., 13, 321 


vi., 710 
A., 117, 78 








145-148 






A., 165, 19 










153 c 




Warren and Storer 


Z.C. [1868], 230 ; 


vi., 874 


Cumene hexydride 

) T) 

Mesitylene 
> ; 

Nonane (normal) 

,, j, 
) I? 
i 
j) 

i 

)) ,) 
j, 

(iso : butylisoamyl) .... 
(methyldiisopropyl- 
ethane) 

(?) 

Naphthalene 


H 6 .C 6 H 5 .CHMe 2 


Me.Me.Me=1.3.5 

' 
Me.(CH 2 ) 7 .Me' 

)) 
)> 
) 

(?) 



Me 2 .CH.CH 2 .(CH 2 ) 2 .CHMe 2 
Pr 6 .CH 2 .CHMePr' J 

c=c-c-c=c 

II 1 
C=C C C=C 



j 



n 

C 9 H 20 





) 



) 

M 




Ci H 4 
Ci Hs 


147-150 
147-150 
135-138 
135-138 
138 
150-8 
39-5 (11) 
86 (100) 
7-49-5 (760) 
148 
147-148 

138-140 
136-138 
134-137 

132 
130 

175-180 
212 

221 


SI 
79 


R&iard 


Baeyer 
Wreden 
Baeyer 
Eichter 
Krafft 


Lachowicz 
Thorpe and Young 

Cahours & Demargay 
Pelouze & Cahours 
Wurtz 

)> 

Silva 

Dumas 
Gerhardt 


J., 21, 331 
C. R., 95, 245 
A.C.P. [6], 1, 223 
A., 155, 275 
A., 187, 153 
Z. C. [2], 5, 320 
R. K. T., 203 
B., 15, 1692 

J) 
)) 

A., 220, 1881 
A., 165, 19 : B., 5, 
556 
C. R, 80, 1571 
J., 16, 524 
A., 128, 225 ; 
B.S.C.[1863],300 
J., 8, 576 
B., 5, 984 

B. S. C., 37, 303 
A.C.P.[2],50, 182 

A.C.P. [3], 14,111 


42, 1301 
46, 844 
vii., 657 
32, 445 
vi., 298 

42, 1271 

5J 
)) 

46, 166 
vU., 892 ; 
25, 803 

iii., 181 
iii., 181 ; 
iv., 134 
v.,732; vi., 709 




1J 






81 


Lowe 


D. P., 201, 250 




.... 









79 


Baeyer and Perkin 


B. 17, 451 






)? 




218 


79 


H. Kopp 


(?) 


iv., 5 








216'4 216-8 


79-2 


KoDD 


A. 










218 




Craffts 


B. S. C., 39, 196, 


44, 843 








218 


79-2 


Naumann- 


and 277 
B., 4, 647 


34, 879 








100 (v t 
















20-5), 78 
(v. t. 9-0), 
15 (v. t. 
2-0) 











62 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Naphthalene 


c=c c c=c 


^10^8 


218 




Grimshaw and 


26, 1075 






1 II 1 








Schorlemmer 








c=c-c-c=c 

















)) 





217 




Sohorlemmer 


28/209 




,, .... .... 


) 


>j 




79-91 


Alluard 


J., 12, 472 




,, .... .... .. 


> 


j 


217 


80 


Schultz 


B., 9, 549 


30, 197 


* 


) 


)> 




80-07 


E. J. Mills 


P.B.S. [1881], 20 




> .... .... 


J) 


J? 


213 u.c. 


79-5 


Carnelley 


37, 706 










217 c. 



















217-218 


79-25 


Vohl 


J. p. C., 102, 29 


vi., 843 


is .... .... .. 





)) 


217 




Geissler 


26, 1075 




,, .... .... ... 





)J 


.... 


70 


Goldschmiedt and 


W. A., 83 [2], 7 


40, 824 












Schidt 






Pkenyl crotonylene 


Ph.CH:CH.CH:CH 2 


^ioH 10 


185-190 




Aronheim 


A., 171, 230 


27, 689 


Ethylphenyl acetylene 


Ph.CiC.Et 





201-203 u.c 




Morgan 


29, 163 




Naphthalene dihydride 


.... 


)) 


200-210 




Berthelot 


J. [1867], 709 ; 


vl., 844 














B. S. C., 9, 288 




i 


.... 


J) 


199-201 




Pechmann 


B., 16, 517 


44, 809 


i jj 


.... 





205 




Wreden and 


C. C., 177, 6 


32, 899 












Znatovicz 






(?) 




J 


210-212 




Graebe 


B., 5, 679 




a-Phenyl butylene 


Ph.CH 2 .CH 2 .CH:OH., 





176-178 


Liquid 


Aronheim 


B., 5, 1069 ; A., 


vii., 945 ; 














171, 227 


26,500 


- , 


)) 


)) 


177 




Penfield 


A., 216, 125 


44, 474 





From Ph.CH-CH.COOH 


C 10 H 12 


176-177 




Fittig 


B., 14, 1825 


42, 190 




1 1 
















O.CO.CH.Me 














3- 


Ph.CH:CH.CH 2 .CH 3 (?) 





186 




Eadziszewsky 


B., 9, 261 


29, 915 


- ,, ii 


11 


)> 


184-186 




Perkin 


35, 139 




#- 


11 





183-186 






A., 216, 118 




0- II 


n 


jj 


186-187 


Liquid 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 382 


32,667 


Naphthalene tetrahydride .... 


.... 


i 


201 




Wreden and 


C. C. [1887], 6 


32, 899 












Znatovicz 






(?) 


.... 


,, (?) 


190 




Berthelot 


J. [1867], 709 


vi., 844 


)> 


.... 


)> 


205 c. 




C. Graebe 


B., 5, 678 


25, 1008 





.... 





205 




Graebe and Guyl 


B., 16, 3028 


46, 608 


Paranicene 







365 




St. Evre 


J., 1, 532 







(?) 


.... 





201 




Baeyer 


A., 155, 266 


vii., 657 


(?) 




10 H 12 orC 5 H 6 


119 




Engler and Leist 


B., 6, 255 


26, 901 


Tetramethyl benzene (du- 


C 6 H 2 Me 4 =1.2.4.5 


W*M 


189-191 


79-80 


Jannasch and Fittig 


Z. C. [81 6, 16 


vi., 828 


rene) 
















ii ii ii 


ii n 


ii 


193-195 


79-80 


Ador and Eilliet 


B., 12, 331 




11 11 II 


ii 11 


ii 


191 


80 


Jannasch 


A., 176, 283 


28, 889 


II 11 II 


ii ii 


11 


190 


110 (sic) 


Friedel and Crafts 


C. R., 91, 257 


40,40 


i) ii (iso- 


=1.2.3.5 


11 


185-190 


.-18 


Ador and Killiet 


B., 12, 331 


36, 527 


durene) 
















ii i n 





ii 


195 c. 


.SO 


Tacobsen 


B., 15, 1853 


44,52 


11 II 51 


:> i 


ii 


195 




Montgolfier 


A. C. P. [5], 14, 87 


34, 889; 46, 43 


11 II II 





11 


192-194 


Liquid in 


Tannasch 


B., 8, 355; B., 15, 












freezing 




1853 












mixture 








II II 11 


J 


ii 


195-197 




Bielefeldt 


A., 198, 380 


8,37 


II II II 

Ethyldimethyl benzene 


=(?) 

C 6 H 3 .Et.Me 2 =1.3.5 


ii 


96 
80-182 




nublauch 
acobsen 


\ibigen, I.D., 1875 
B., 7, 1433 


8, 259 


ii 11 





11 


85 


.20 


Wroblewsky 


B., 9, 496; A., 


0, 406 ; 34, 














192, 217 


978 


ii 


=1.2.4 


ii 


83-184 


liquid 


Fittig and Ernst 


A., 139, 192 ; Z. 


., 1058 ; vi., 


11 (lau- 
rene ?) 


=1.3.4 


ii 


89 




Armstrong & Miller 


C. [2], 1, 572 
B., 16, 2258 


302 
6, 44 






COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diethyl benzene 


C 6 H 4 Et 2 ^1.3 


C 10 H U 


176-179 




Allen & Underwoo 


B. S. C., 40, 100 


46, 587 


,, 


=1.4 


11 


178-179 




Fittig and KSnig 


A., 144, 285 ; Z. 


vi., 301 














C. [2], 2, 358 







11 11 


11 


181-182 


Liquid in 


Axhenbrandt 


B., 12, 1303 ; A., 


36, 920; 44,31 8 










freezing 




216, 211 












mixture 








11 11 


11 1> 


1 


183 






A. C. J., 4, 197 




11 } 


=(') 


11 


179-185 






B. S. C., 31, 540 




Methylpropyl benzene (cy 


C 6 H 4 .Me.Pr a =1.2 


11 


181-183 u. 


Liquid 


Claus and Hausen 


B., 13, 897 


38, 631 


mene) 
















i 11 


=1.3 


11 


176-177-5 


Liquid 


Glaus and Stiisser 


B., 13, 899 ; J. E 


38, 632 














C. S. [1882], 36 




n 11 


= 1.4 


11 


173-175 




Paternd 


G. L, 13, 535 


46, 427 


Ji 11 


)! ) 


>} 


175-176 




Fittica 


B., 7, 324; A. 


27,684; 28,60 














172, 303 




11 M 


11 11 


11 


173-175 




Jahns 


B., 15, 818 




I* 


11 )! 


11 


178-179 




Fittig, Schaffer 


A., 149, 334 


vi., 301 & 302 












and Konig 






v 


11 


1J 


175 






J. B. C. S., 11, 81 







11 11 


1) 


174-176 




Etard 


A, C. P. [5], 22, 218 


40, 582 


11 u 


11 1) 


11 


175 




Claus 


B., 14, 2139 


42, 196 


11 


11 11 


11 


175-175-5 




Jacobsen 


B., 11, 1060 ; B., 


84, 731 ; 36, 








(763) 






12, 431 


624 


11 M 


11 11 


11 


175-178 




Spica 


G. L, 12, 482 


44,321 


11 11 


11 ) 


! 


174-175 


L 18 


Carstanjen 


J. p. C. [2], 3, 53 


24, 353 ; vii., 
















935 


11 


11 )! 





175 c. 




Fittica 


A., 172, 303 


28, 59 


Methylpropyl benzene (from 




) 


175 c. 







11 


?> 


camphor) 
















ji 




11 


174-175 




Kopp 


Z. C. [2], 4, 194 


vi., 278 


1' V 




) 


76-55(761-4- 




Pisati and Paternd 


G. I., 3, 351 


vii., 420 ; 27, 








761-6) 








686 


11 11 




11 


175 




Beilstein & Kupffer 


B., 6, 1182 


27, 153 


15 1) 




11 


175-178 u. c. 




Paterno 


G. L, 4, 113 


27, 688 


1) 




1> 


173 (720) 




Sencki and Ziegler 


B., 5, 749 


26, 64 


11 1) 




11 


173-176 




Fittig, Kobrich, 


A., 145, 129 


26, 696 












and Jilke 






! 11 




11 


175-178 c. 




Wright 


26, 690 




11 11 




11 


172-175 c. 




jonguinine 


B., 5, 730 


26, 383 


,1 




11 


174-175 







A. C. P. [4], 11, 453 







.C 6 H 4 .Me.Pr=1.4 


JJ 


177-179 




ekule 


jehrbuch 


26, 696 


11 '1 

- 

M 11 
>1 
" >! 


All these natural cy- 
menes on oxidation give 
first 1.4 toluic acid and 
then terephthalic and 
acetic acids 


1) 


11 
11 
)} 


175 
175-178 

180 
175-178 
77-179 




Jelalande 
jonguinine and 
Lippmann 
^andolph 
Pott 
jonguinine 


(?) 
J., 20, 700 ; B. S. 
C. [2], 7, 374 
C. E., 85 
Z. C. [2], 5, 200 
(?) 


11 
11 

32, 864 

vi., 302 



>! 




! 


79 c. 




Warren 


J. [1865], 525 




Methylpropyl benzene (from 




11 


77-5 (7437) 




Kopp 


A., 1855 or 1856 


ii., 296 


cumin oil) 





















11 


75-176 




jonguinine 


J. [1867], 692; 


vi., 278 & 302 


. 












A.C.P.[4],11,153 




11 




11 


75-1 (761-4- 


.... 


'isati and Patemo 


G. L, 3, 551 


vii., 420 ; 27, 








761-6) 








1686 







11 


75 




Jeilstein & Kupffer 


B., 6, 1181 


27, 152 


1! 11 




11 


71-5 




"foad 


A., 63, 281 ; P.M 


36, 695 ; ii., 














[3], 32, 15 


296 


.. 




1 


75-5-177-5 c. 


.... 


Wright 


6, 695 









11 


175 




Gerhardt & Cahours 


A., 38, 345 


U., 296 



64 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


' Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methylpropyl benzene (from 




CwH,4 


175 




Gerhardt 


A. C. P. [3], 14, 11 


1 


cumin oil) 
















i j 




)) 


1707 




Church 


P. M. [4], 9, 256 









3) 


175-176 




j 







!> 




) 


179-5 




Warren 


M. A. A., 9, 154 




Methylpropyl benzeiie (from 







177-25(761-4 




Pisati and Paterno 


G. I., 3, 551 


vii., 420; 27, 


cymyl alcohol) 






761-6) 








686 







) 


174-8 




Kraut 


A., 192, 222 


34,973 


Methylpropyl benzene (from 




5) 


176 




Wright 


27,1 




absinthol) 
















i) >i 







175-178 







27, 319 









)) 


175-178 







27, 320 









5 


175 




Beilstein & Kupffer 


A., 170, 295 ; B. 
















6, 1183 




:> 






175 




Gladstone 


(?) 


27, 324 


Methylpropyl benzene (from 




IT 


175-177 




Wright 


27, 323 




citronellol) 
















) 




1) 


175-177 




Wright & Lambert 


27, 622 




i) )> 




1> 


176-179 




Oppenheim 


B., 5, 629 


25, 1010; vii., 
















419 


Methylpropyl benzene (from 




)J 


176-177 c. 




Wright & Lambert 


27, 620 




cajeputol) 
















j> 




)> 


175-178 




Wright 


27, 622 




Methylpropyl benzene (from 


-C 6 H 4 .Me.Pr a =1.4 


)) 


175-178 




)> 


)) 




turpentine) 


All these natural cy- 

















menes on oxidation give 


M 


174-177 c. 




is 


26, 691 




>' )! 


first 1.4 toluic acid and 





176-179 




Barbier 


C. R, 74, 194 


25, 240 


11 II 


then terephthalic and 


i 


176-179 




Oppenheim 


B., 5, 629 


25, 1010; vii., 




acetic acids 












419 


'I >! 




5 


175-5-1 78-5 c. 







B., 5, 96 


25, 393 ; vii., 
















419 


Methylpropyl benzene (from 




>j 


176-177 




Wright 


27, 622 




hesperidene) 
















>i 







175-5-177-5 c. 







26, 692 




Methylpropyl benzene (from 






175-176 c. 




Fittica 


A., 172, 30 ; B., 


28, 59 


ptychotis) 












6, 939 




Methylpropyl benzene (from 







173-177 c. 




Wright 


26, 690 




nutmeg) 
















i) 




U 


176-178 c. 




j 


26, 694 




Methylpropyl benzene (from 




) 


176-178 c. 




u 


26, 688 




myristicol) 
















!> 




ji 


173-177 c. 







26, 689 




Methylpropyl benzene (from 







175-180 




Nietsky 


A. P. [3], 4, 317 


27, 892 


dill oil) 
















Methylpropyl benzene (from 




)) 


174-178 




Rennie 


39, 241 




kauri gum) 
















Methylpropyl benzene (from 




i> 


175-178 




Becket aud Wright 


29,2 




peppermint camphor) 




, 












Methylisopropyl benzene ( 


3 6 H 4 .Me.Pr p =1.3 


)) 


176 


I 


Armstrong & Miller 


B., 16, 2258 


46,44 


(isocymene) 
















!! 


55 )j 


J5 


174-176 


J rar 

'. ^^&U 


Kelbe 


A., 210, 1 


42,300 


i> n 


5 )> 


) 


173-175 


Liquid 


u 


B., 13, 1159 


38, 878 


V 5! 

Methylisopropyl benzene 


5 




J> 


171-175 
170-178 


Liquid 
Liquid 


Ziegler and Kelbe 
Kelbe 


B., 13, 1400 ; 1830 
B., 13, 1158 


38, 878 


(from rosin oil) 
















'> 





)) 


175-178 




R6nard 


A. C. P. [6], 1,223 


16, 844 


Methylisopropyl benzene ..... 


5 )J 





186-188 




Kelbe 


B., 14, 1241 




i) 


= 1.4 


J 


71-172(765) 


'. SO 


Tacobsen 


B., 12, 431 ( 


36, 624 


> 
Methylpropyl benzene .... C 
Methylpropyl benzene (from 


; 6 H 4 .Me.(Pr a orPr^=1.3 

5 


5J 
) 



175-178 
1 73-2-1 74 c. 
174-175 


] 
f 

1 


'aterno and Spica ( 
3pica 
A r eidel & Ciamician ] 


1. I., 9, 397 ! 
B., 16, 792 ' ( 
B., 13, 74 1 


58, 107 
5. I., 12, 543 
J8, 404 


animal tar) 

















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



65 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Methylpropyl benzene (from 


C 6 H 4 .Me.(Pr a or Pr^) =1.4 


C 10 H 14 


174-175 


Liquid 


Homeyer 


A. P. [3], 5, 293 


29, 244 


eucalyptus) 
















Methylpropyl benzene (from 


M 





175 




Kallen 


B., 9, 155 


29, 917 


inulol) 
















Methylpropyl benzene (from 


51 


T) 


170-175 




Bruylants 


J. P. [4], 26, 393 


34, 158 


tansol) 
















j) 


U > 


|] 


175-176 




j 


}| 





Methylpropyl benzene (from 


" 





175 




i 


J. P. [4], 29, 508 


36, 726 


rosemary) 
















Methylpropyl benzene (from 


" )> 


)> 


174-175; 175- 




Graebe 


B., 5, 680 


25, 1009 


wormseed oil) 






176 










)) )! 


)J 


j 


172-174 




Kraut & Wahlfoss 


) 




Methylpropyl benzene (from 




)j 


175-179 




Siguiraand Muir 


33, 294 




sage oil) 
















Methylpropyl benzene (from 




ti 


175-177 


Liquid 


Febve 


C. R., 92, 1290 


42, 524 


wild thyme oil) 
















Methylpropyl benzene (from 




ii 


178-180 




R6nard 


C. R., 90, 531 


38, 479 


terebenthene) 
















Methylpropyl benzene (from 




j) 


177 




Eiban 


C. R, 79, 223 


27, 1162 


isoterebenthene) 
















Methylpropyl benzene (?) 




Ji 


174-175 




Gustavson 


B. S. C. [2], 26, 346 


34, 49 


u 


.... 


) 


175 




Ramsay 


39,64 




Methylpropyl benzene (from 


.... 


)) 


171 




Mansfield 


1, 267 




coal naphtha) 
















) 


,... 


1 


177-5 






.... 


iv., 2 


> i> 




) 


179-180 




Berthelot 


B. S. C. [2], 8, 226 


vi., 303 


Butyl benzene (normal) 


CeHg.CH2.CH2.CH2. Me 


)1 


180 


Liquid 


Radziszewsky 


B., 9, 261 


29, 915 


ji 


) 





179-5-180-5 c. 


I. 16 


Balbiano 


G. I., 7, 343 ; B., 


34, 314 








(748) 






10, 296 




a-Isobutyl benzene 


C 6 H s .CH 2 .CHMe 2 


)) 


167-5 




Radziszewsky 


B., 9, 260 


29, 915 


- 11 )! 


J 


) 


159-160 


Liquid 


Riess 


Z.C.[2],7,39;B., 


24, 221 














3, 780 




"- ,1 


I> 


)J 


167 




Wreden & Znatowicz 


B., 9, 1606 ; C. C. 


32,885 














[1877], 6 




o- ,, ,. 





) 


166-168 




Goldschmidt 


B., 15, 1066 ; 1426 




o- ,, ,, 


J) 


)) 


160 




Pfankuck 


J. p. C. [2], 6, 97 


vii., 656; 26,3<;3 


ft- 


C 6 H 5 .CHMeEt 


)1 


170-172 




Radziszewsky 


B., 9, 261 


29, 915 


Naphthalene hexhydride .... 


C 10 H S .H 6 


n 


195-196 




Agrestini 


G. I., 12, 495 


44,345 








(773-9) 










~r 11 


11 


i 


195-200 




Wreden & Znatowicz 


GO. [1877], 6; A., 


32, 899 ; 44, 345 














187, 164 ; J. R., 
















9,183 




JJ V 


V 





199-5-200 




Graebe and Guye 


B., 16, 3028 


46, 608 


n >? 


)1 


)) 


204-205 (764) 




Agrestini 


G. I., 12, 495; B., 


44, 345 














16, 796 




From mesityl oxide .... 







193-195 






Z. C. [1867], 689 




purpurogallin 







195 




Ulermont&Chautard 


C. R., 94, 1362 


42, 1066 


acetone 




v 


194-196 




Fittig & Bruckner 


A., 147, 42 


vi., 298 


coal naphtha .... 




i) 


abt. 196 




Rommier 


B. S.C. [2], 19,434 


26, 888 ; 34, 900 


wood spirit 




(^ioH u ) B 


a. 300 




KJraemer & Grodsky 


B., 9, 1924 


32, 292 


Divalerylene .... 




C 10 H 16 


180 






B. S. C., 33, 24 ; 
















J. [1880], 448 




Methylisopropyl dihydride .... 


Me.Pr p =1.3 


; 


165-5 (748-8) 




Weidel & Ciamician 


B., 13, 73 


38, 404 


Naphthalene octohydride .... 




v 


185-190 




Wreden & Znatowicz 


J. R., 9, 183 ; 


32, 899 














C. C. [1877], 6 




Australene 


Dextrorotary 




156-5-157-5 




Atterberg 


B., 10, 1203 


33, 82 ; 34, 79 


Austrapyrolene 




jt 


177 




.... 




v., 924 


Borneene 






160 








i., 626 








165 








u 








173-178 




Oppenheim & Pfaff 


B., 7, 626 ; A., 
















164, 78 











176-180 






A., 40, 327 





cc 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Cajeputene 


Lsevorotary 
Inactive 

From camphor 

n 
(dextrorotary 

From borneol 

jj 

11 

rf 

from diamylene 

r rom nutmeg 
C 8 H 12 :CHMe 


Ci<>H 16 

jj 
j 

jj 

jj 
jj 
j 
j 
jj 
>j 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 


jj 
jj 

jj 
)j 
jj 

u 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
j) 
jj 

jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
j> 
j) 

jj 
jj 

jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 

J! 
JJ 

JJ 


160-165 
158-159 
175 
158-159 
160 

156-157 
157 c. 
155-157 
156-157 o. 
156-157 
157 
156 

161 

158-9-159-9c 
(752-2) 
157 
160 

160-161 
180 

145 

156 
171 
175 
177-179 
166 
173 
175-178 
166 

172 
172 
165 
173-174 
176 
315 
172-174 
173-175 
174-175 
155-160 
174-176 
170-180 
176-181 

172-175 
173-174 
160 
160 
168 
162-164 
162-172 
163-164 
167 
174 

174-175 


47 
46 

45-48 

47 

45-47 

47 

45-47 
51-2 
57-59 
57-5-58-8 

47 
51-52 

51-52 
b. 39 


Schmidl 
Kurbatow 
Gerhardt 
Armstrong & Tilde 

Orlowsky 
Eiban 
jj 
jj 
jj 
Montgolfier 
Kachler & Spitzer 
Montgolfier 
Spitzer 

Hi ban 
Kachler 

Kachler & Spitzer 

Williams 

Bouchardat 
Gladstone 

Volckel 
Van Ankum 

Stenhouse 
Hirzel 
Blanchet and Sell 
Oppenheim 
Tilden 
jladstone 
Kraut & Wahlfoos 
Volckel 
Graebe 

Tilden 
jj 
Bouehardat 

Oppenheim & Pfaff 
?aust and Homeyer 
Cahours 
3iedermann 
Gladstone 
Jacobsen 

jj 
Wright 
jtladatone 
Wright and Piesse 

"ilden& Shenstone 


J., 13, 481 
B., 6, 1210 
C. E., 77, 360 
B., 12, 1753 
A. C. P. [5], 6, 353 
J. [1858], 441 
J. [1869], 333 

?) 

A. C. P. [5], 6, 37 
B. S. C., 21, 321 
C. R, 76, 547 
C. R., 80, 1307 
C. E., 80, 1381 
B. S. C., 21, 173 
A. C. P. [5], 14,104 
A., 200, 341 
A. C. P. [5], 14, 5 
B., 11, 1815 

P. J. T. [3], 6, 64 
B., 11, 460 ; A., 
197,96,127,36 
A., 200, 341 
A., 114, 196 
A., 6, 277 ; 9, 59 ; 
34, 314; 37, 195 
P. A., 22, 199 

J., 13, 495 

A., 27, 30 
B. S. C. [2], 24, 108 
.... t 

J., 6, 512 
Z. C. [1869], 248 
J., 21, 794 
P. J. T., 17, 19 
J., 7, 592 
Gm., 14, 303 
B., 5, 628 
P. J. T. [3], 9, 654 
17,18 
B., 5, 680 
A., 89, 358 
B., 5, 680 
A., 151, 52 
C. N., 46, 120 

B.,8,904;B.S.C., 

24,112 
B., 7, 626 
B., 7, 65 
A., 52, 331 
B., 8, 1677 

A., 157, 239 
B., 7, 626 

16,1 
C. N., 24, 147 ; i 
B. A. E., 1871 


vii., 231 
26, 1226 
35, 744 



35, 744 
28, 1192 

>J 

34, 901 
38, 324 
34, 901 
36, 168 

29, 245 
34, 512 ; 36, 
1040 
38, 324 

v., 925 

i., 736 
29, 86 
17, 18 

i., 808 

v., 1048 

i., 994 
25, 1009 
36,386 

25, 1009 

44,75 

45,414 

i., 826 
29, 704 
17, 18 
24, 262 

26, 551 

26, 549 

J4,1186;vi.,877 

31, 558 


Calamene 


Camomillene ... 


Camphene 

.... 
() 

jj 

,, 
jj 
r> '' ' 

r, 

j, .... .... 


,7 .... 


j, 




Camphilene .... 




Caoutchin 




Carvene 






Cicutene 


Cinoebene 




Citrene 


,T "" '" .... 


Colophene 


Cynene 


jj 


Decone 


Diisoprene 


T? "" " .". 

Eucalyptene .... 




Gaultherilene 






Geraniene 


Hesperidene 











COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



67 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hesperidene .... .... 






175-177 




Wright and Piesse 


C. N., 24, 147 


24, 1187 








178 




Wrin-ht 




27, 67 and 622 








176-178 




Schmild 


T. E., 22, 360; 


i., 711 ; 14, 63 


Isoterebenthene a- .... .... 
Q - 

0- 
Isoterpene 


Lsevorotary 


a 

jj 
jj 


176-178 
177 
175 
179'3c. (762-6) 




Berthelot 
Riban 
Riban 
Flawitzky 


J. [1860], 481 
A. C. P. [3], 39, 
16 ; J., 6, 523 
A.C.P.[5],6,216; 
C. R., 79, 223 
A. C. P. [5], 6, 21 6; 
C. R., 79, 223 
B., 12, 2356 


37, 1162 
28, 62 
38, 403 








168-172 






C. R., 92, 998; 




Macene 






160 




Schacht 


94, 733 
J., 15, 461 




Olibene 






156-158 




Kurbatow 


Z. C. [2], 7, 201 ; 


24, 695 ; 28, 90 








160 






A., 173, 2 
J. [1874], 919 


viL, 873 


Paraterebenthene 
Phellanthrene 


From turpentine 


j> 
j 


abt. 250 
103-104 (80) 
171-172(766) 


.... 


Berthelot 
Pesci 


A. 
G. I., 13, 496 


v., 921 
46, 331 








178 




Hardy 


J. P [4] 23 95 


32, 325 








250 
















155-157 






A , 152 88 


vi., 1014 


Sequoiene 
Sylvestrene (la?vorotary) 


From pinna pumilio 


55 
J' 


155 
171-176 
173-175 




Lunge & Steinkauler 
Atterberg 


B., 14, 2204 
B., 14, 2531 
B., 10, 1203 


42, 208 
42, 410 
34, 79 ; 33, 82 


Terebangelene a- 

0- 
Terebene 


.... 



JJ 


175 (22) 
166 
156 


Liquid 


Naudin 


B. S. C., 37, 108 
C. R., 96, 1152 


44, 810 
v., 924 








156 








37, 678 








155-156 


1 27 




C R 76 1547 


26,1137; 33,84 








156-25 






C. R., 78, 288 


27, 580 








abt. 160 






AGP 15 37 


35, 733 








160 




Berthelot 


J., 15, 457 










160 








17, 18 








171 






J 4 52 




Terebenthene from 
.... .... jj 
.... .... 
, .... .... ,, 
11 .... .... ,, 
> [ J 
> 

[+] .... 

?) 

JJ > JJ 

[-] -.. 


Bosin oil 
jj 
jj 
Turpentine 


jj 
Oil of lemon 

jj 
Angelica 

j> 
Pinus pumilio 


JJ 
JJ 
J) 
JJ 
J) 
J 
)) 
JJ 
JJ . 
JJ 
JJ 


abt. 150 
154-157 
171-173 
156-25 
161 
a. 175 
165 
177 
175 (o.p.) 
87 (22) 
156-160 
170-173 


Liquid 


Rfinard 
i) 

Riban 

Flavitzky 


Naudin 

jj 
Atterberg 
Haller 


B.S.C.[2],36,215 
A. C. P. [6], 1, 223 

jj 
C. R., 78, 288 

B. S. C. [2], 34, 342 
B. S. C. [2], 34, 171 

jj 
C. R., 93, 1146 

jj 
B., 14, 2531 
C. R , 94 132 


42, 64 

46, 844 

M 

27, 580 
v., 921 
40, 437 

)> 


42,410 
jj 
jj 
42, 738 








175 




Flavitzky 


B S C [2] 33 296 


38, 559 


Terebilene 






134 








v., 925 


Terecamphene 
Terpene from 

i) jj 

>! " JJ 
JJ " '" JJ 
JJ " )) 
,, .... .... 
JJ "> ".. JJ 
J) ". ,J 


Amber 

Anethol 
Angelica seeds 
Angelica archangelica 

jj 
jj 
jj 

31 


J 


5 
)J 


)) 
> 



abt. 160 
160-170 

157-163 
166 
172-5 
158 
171-175 
176 
250 


45 

Liquid 
Liquid 


Landolph 
Naudin 
Miiller 
Beilstein & Wiegand 
jj 
jj 
jj 


J. p. C., 26, 79 ; 
A., 54, 241 ; J. 
[1850], 494; B. 
J., 24, 619 
C. R., 85 
C. R., 96, 1152 
B., 14, 2483 
B., 15, 1741 
B., 15, 1742 
jj 
jj 


jj 

32, 864 
44, 810 
42, 497 
42, 1300 

j 
jj 

jj 



K 2 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Terpene from 


Animal tar 


C 10 H 16 


172-5 (748- 




Weidel & Ciamicia 


B., 13, 75 


38, 404 





Anise oil 





160 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


jj u 


Athamanta oreoselinum 





163 






A., 51, 336 




u u 


Bay oil 





164 




Bias 


J., 18, 569 




,j .... .... j, 








171 




Gladstone 


A., 44, 309, 50 


17, 18 ; vi., 608 














155 ; J. [1863 
















547 




M .." ." JJ 


Bergamot 





175-176 









17, 18 


jj 


> 





183 




Oh me 


A., 31, 317 ; 35 
















313 




u u 


Birch bark 





171 






J. [1863], 547 




u .... u 


Birch tar 





156 




Sobrero 


J. P. [3], 2, 207 


i., 589 


jj " jj 


Borneol 





176-180 




Kachler 


A., 164, 75 


vii., 206 


u 


Cajeputol 





160-166 




Schmild 




27, 322 


,j 








176-178 









jj 


Yt , .... .... JJ 


Calamus 





158-159 




Kurbatow 


A., 173, 4 


28, 91 


JJ 








250-255 






J. [1874], 919 




j; u 








255-258 




Kurbatow 


B., 6, 1210 ; A. 


27, 259 ; 28, 














173, 1 


91 ; vii., 231 


u 








260 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


jj . '-. jj 


Camphor 





160 




Montgolfier 


A. C. P. [5], 14, 


34, 900 


.j jj 


Caraway 




176 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


jj .... .... jj 







178 









42, 43 


jj jj 


Carvol 




173 




Arndt 


B., 4, 204 ; Z. C 


vi., 415 















[2], 4, 780 




jj .... ->. jj 


Cascarilla 





172 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


., .... .... 








254 







.... 


jj 


jj .... ... ,j 


Z!edrat 





173 









jj 


j. jj 


Citronellol 





168-173 




Wright 




27, 322 


jj .... ... jj 


Citrus bigaradia 





178 




Luea 


C. R, 45, 904 




jj 


medica 


jj 


66(1) 




Berthelot 


J., 6, 521 




u 


Cloves 





142 




Ettling 


A. C. P., 60, 68 


i., 1029 


j) .... jj 








249 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


.... [-] 


Colophony 





170-173 




K6nard 


C. R, 92, 887 ; 94, 


40, 738 














727 




[inactive] 








171-173 







C. R., 92, 887 


40,739 


jj 


Copal oil 





160-165 




Schibler 


J., 12, 516 




u .. 


Coriandum sativum 


n 


178-180 




Grosser 


B., 14, 2492 


42,525 


.... [-] 


Cubebs 





158-163 




Schmidt 


G. I., 5, 467 ; B., 


30, 642 














8, 1357 




jj jj 


jj 





160 




Oglialoro 


G. I., 5, 467 





jj .... .... jj 


u 





260 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


.... .... 


Cumin 





155-8 




Warren 


J., 18, 515 




J "" "" n 


Jiamylene 





145-150 






J. R [1881], 445 




.... .... 


Dill oil 





55-160 




(Jietsky 


A. P. [3], 4, 317 


27, 892 


,. .... .... 


jj 





75 




jj 


jj 





jj 


jj 





73 




Gladstone 


J. [1863], 548 


7, 18 


- ! .... J, 


)ryabalanops camphoni 





80-190, 260 




jallemand 


A. C. P., 57, 404 


., 729 


,, .... .... 


Elder oil 





72 




Gladstone 




7, 18 


JJ ,J 


Elemi oil 





66 




Stenhouse 


A., 35, 304 


i., 483 


JJ " "I 


jj 





74 




)eville 


J., 2, 448 







Hreehides 





75 




Jeilstein&Wieganc 


B., 15, 2854 


44, 346 


.... ... 


jj 





40-310 










J) 


JJ ... ,, 


Erigeron Canadense 





76 




jj 




jj 


JJ JJ 


Eucalyptus 





50-151 




Taust and Homeyer 


B., 7, 1429 


8,371 


)J -" ". 


" 





50-151 




lomeyer 


A. P. [3], 5, 293 


0, 244 


JJ .... 


Ducalyp. amygd. 





71 




Gladstone 




7, 18 


)J .... -. 


''ennel 


a 


85-190 






A., 41, 75 




JJ JJ 


Galbanum 





60-161 


.... 


Vlossner 


A. P., 99, 257 ; 


i., 758 














A., 119, 258 






llicium relig. 





73-176 


-20 


Eykmann 


B., 14, 1721 


0, 918 


JJ JJ 


oberandi 





78 




tardy 


U. P., 16, 365 


0, 368 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



09 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Terpene from 


Juniper 


Ci H 16 


155 






A., 7, 165; 34, 32t 




,, .... .... ,, 








160 






G. T., 3, 637 


iii., 444 


jj 


jj 


j 


163 






Z. C. [1867], 509 




.... .... 


Kauri gum 





157-158 




Bennie 




39, 241 


,, .... .... ,, 


Lavender 


(?) 


162 




Bruylauts 


J. P. [4], 30, 139 


38,51 


,, .... .... ,, 





>j 


200-210 







A., 114, 198 




j .... .... ? , 


Lemon oil 





166-168 




Gladstone 


J. [1872], 813 


25, 2 


.... .... ,, 








173 









17, 18 


.... .... 


jj 





173 


.... 


Blanchet and Sell 




i., 1004 


,, .... .... ,, 


j) 


j) 


174-8 




Kegnault 


-M. A. S., 26, 658 




.... .... 


)> 





174-176 




Tildeu 




35, 287 


) )> 


)> 


j> 


175 




Fittig and Krafft 


A., 208, 71 


42, 42 


,, .... .... 


5 


> 


176 




Fittig and Sauer 


B., 10, 522 


32, 432 


,, .... .... ,, 


)> 





176-1 




Brix 




i., 1004 


.... .... ,, 


Limes 


>j 


176 u. c. 




Piesse and Wright 


.... 


32, 549 


.... .... 


Limett oil 





176 


.... 


.... 


J. [1877], 957 




,, .... .... 


Linaloes 


) 


168-172 (765 


Liquid 


Morin 


C. R, 94, 733 


42, 737 


.... .... j, 


Marjoram 


> 


161 




Kane 


A., 32, 285 


iii., 854 


,, .... .... ,, 


?) 





160-162 




Bruylauts 


J. P. [4], 30, 139 


38, 50 


.... .... 


j> 


j> 


178 




Beilstein & Wieganc 


B., 15, 2855 


44,346 


.... .... 


Mastic oil 


j) 


155-160 




Jungelaussen 


B., 14, 2419 ; 


48, 208 














A. P. [3], 19, 17 




j 


Mentha crispa 


n 


168-171 




Beyer 


A. P. [3], 21, 283 


46, 331 


.... .... ,, 


Menthol 


H 


168-6 




Atkinson & Yoshida 




41, 55 


,, .... .... 


Mint 


n 


160 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


,, .... .... ,, 


Myrtle 


> 


163 




)> 


J. [1863], 548 


? 


.... .... 


Neroli 





173 







.... 


?> 


,, .... .... 


Nutmeg 


u 


163-164 c. 




Wright 


26, 549, 686 ; 32 


vii., 862 ; 27, 67 














549 




> .... .... ,, 





)J 


166-167 




Gladstone 


A., 131, 211 


17, 18 


,, .... .... ,, 


Orange oil 


) 


178 


.... 


Piesse and Wright 




32, 549 


.... .... ,, 





JI 


180 


.... 


Soubeiran and 
















Capitaine 






.... .... 


Bitter orange 





178 




Luca 


C. R, 45, 904 


i., 1003 


., .... .... jj 


Sweet orange 


)) 


180 


.... 




J. [1860], 479 


i., 1002 


.... .... ,, 


Orange peel 


n 


174 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


jj .... .... ,, 





TJ 


178 c. 




Wright 


J. [1873], 369 


26, 552 


.... .... ,, 


Parsley 


J 


157-5-158 




Fittig and Krafft 


A., 208, n 


42,43 








) 


160 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


..... [-] 








160-164 




Gerichten 


B.,9,259; A., 208, 


30, 78 














75; P. A., 46, 53 




)) * " V 


Parsnip 


)1 


160-164 


.... 








> 


,, .... .... ,, 


Patchouli 


n 


254 




jtladstone 




17, 18 


)) !) 


Penang 


> 


257 




;j 







I) ), 


French 


)j 


260 









>* 


,, .... .... 


Pepper 


?i 


167-5 


.... 




A., 15, 159 ; 34, 
















326 







Peppermint 


) 


175 


.... 


jladstone 




17,18 


') )J 


Petit grain 


j) 


174 









) 


)) .... 


Pine oil 


) 


161 




Vtikolasch 


J. [1860], 478 


iv., 649 


I) 


Pinus abies 





167 




Wohler 






!I 


P. ab. reg. amal. 





156-159 




3uckner and Thiel 


J., 17, 536 


vi., 1 


), 


Pinus maritima 


u 


80-100 




Serthelot 


J., 6, 519 




" I) 


picea 





68-173 




riiickiger 


J., 8, 643 




(teinpliu oil) 


pumilio 


>i 


161 




Buckner 


J., 13, 479 







) 





161 




Atterberg 


B., 14, 2532 




[-] .... 


! 


n 


250 d. 







B., 14, 2531 


42, 410 


[-] ..- 


)> )) 


i 


172 




r liickiger 


J. [1856], 642 


v., 719 


,, 


sylvestris 


i) 


55-5-156-5 




flawitzky 


B. S.C.[2],30,433 


36, 168 


*i .... ... ,, 


> > 


V 


56-159 




Tilden 




33, 83 


)i -. .... ,, 


5J TJ 


) 


71 









1) 


)! .... .... 


Poplar oil 


)) 


260-261 




D iccard 


B., 6, 890 





70 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Terpene from 


Ptychotis ajowan 


C 10 H 16 


172 




Stenhouse 


J., 9, 624 


v., 792 


jj .... .... 


Resina gardenia lueida 





158 






A., 200, 315 




jj .... .... j, 


guaiaci Peruviana 





168 




Kopp 


A. P. [3], 9, 193 


31, 716 




aromatica v. odorata 














" u 


Resin spirit 


1( 


160 




Sehiel 


A., 115, 96 


41, 168 


u .... .... 


Rosemary 





157-160 




Bruylants 


J. P. [4], 29, 508 


36, 725 


u .... .... j, 








163 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


jj 


Rosewood 





249 







J. [1863], 549 


17,18; vii., 116 


u .... ,j 


Sage oil 





152-156 




Muir and Siguira 




33, 293 


j, 





,j 


156 




Muir 


.... 


37, 679 








() 


157 









37, 689 


u .... .... 





jj 


158-160 




Tilden & Shenstone 




31, 557 


jj 








162-167 




Muir and Siguira 




33, 293 











167 




Muir 




37, 679 


j, 


jj 


jj 


168-176 




Tilden & Shenstone 


.... 


31, 557 


j. 








178-180 


.... 


Jahns 


B., 15, 819 


42, 1065 


jj 


Salviol 





abt. 172 




Muir 




37, 683 


j, .... .... 


Sandal-wood 





185-200 






B. S. C., 37, 303 




jj 


Essence of savory 


jj 


172-175 




Haller 


C. R., 94, 132 


42,737 


j, 





n 


180-185 







M 




" jj 


Spikoil 


n 


175 






A., 114, 197 




u .... .... 


Oil of tansy 





155-160 




Bruylants 


B., 11, 452 


34, 512 


" 








160-165 







JJ 




u 


Terebenthene 





157 


Liquid 


Barbier 


C. R., 96, 1066 


44,809 


.... .... 


jj 





157 


Liquid 








jj 


j 





, ; 


173 




Montgolfier 


C. R., 87, 840 


36, 329 


u 


Thyme oil 





160 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


.... .... ,, 








160-165 






A., 102, 119 




L ] 


Turpentine 





155 




Flawitzky 


B., 12, 2357 


38,403 


" u 








abt. 159 




Wright 




27, 622 


" jj 








160-161 




Oppenheim 


B., 5, 628 


25, 1009; 32, 
















549 


j- .... .... j, 


(laurel) 





160 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


" u 


(Russian) 





171 




Tilden 




33, 81 


" u 








173 




Letts 


B., 13, 796 


38, 669 


u 


Valerian oil 





155-157 




Bruylants 


J. P. [4], 27, 349 


34, 800 


j .... .... 


,, 





155-160 







B., 11, 453 




?, .... .... 


Wormwood oil 





abt. 150 




Wright 


.... 


27, 317 


" u 


i 


jj 


b. 160 
150 
158 
159-15 
160-162 
169-173 
b. 180 
176-5-181-5 
176 




Beilstein & Kupffer 

Stenhouse & Groves 
Regnault 
Liandolt 

Serthelot 
Walitzky 
Tilden 


B., 6, 1183 
B. S. C., 36, 215 

G. J. C., 1862 
G. J. C., 1877 
B. S. G, 36, 215 
A. 
C. R., 94, 96 
C. N., 39, 256 


27, 153, 324 
35, 691 

v., 921 
42, 411 
36, 944 










Terepentiline 


Terpinene 


Terpilene (terpinylene) 


" 


.... 





176-178 




jj 


B., 12, 1132 


33, 250 


jj jj .... 







abt. 178 


.... 


Armstrong & Tilden 


B., 11, 1754 


35, 758 


jj j, 
Thymene 




jt 

jj 
u 


176-181 
160-165 
154-160 

155 




Souchardat 
Jallmand 
Kopp 
Deville & Scharling 
Pietet 


C. R., 80, 1446 
A.C.P.[3],49,135 
A., 44, 304; 97, 72 
A., 64, 372 
P. M. [5], 1, 484 


28, 1259 
v., 792 
v., 851 

32, 163 


Tolene 




Turpentine oil 


" " 







156 




Tilden 


C. N., 39, 256 


36, 943 


" " 


.... 





159-2 


.... 


Jegnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 




" " 


.... 


jj 


160 




Wright 




26, 549 


jj jj 


.... 


JJ 


160 




Gladstone 




17, 18 


jj jj 




M 


160 




Thorpe 




37, 151 


j> jj . .. 
Xanthoxylene 
Meta-austraterebenthene .... 


.... 


(W. 


165 
162 
abt. 360 




Jlanchet and Sell 
Stenhouse 


A., 104, 237 


v., 1054 
v., 924 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Terpene 


From borneol 


(C H ) 


250-280 




Kachler 


A., 164, 75 


vii., 206 


From turpentine hydro- 
chloride 
Naphthalene decahydride ... 

Camphenedihydride 

n 

Camphin (i) 


H 


(C 10 H 17 ) a 

C 10 H, g 


157-158 
175-180 

163 
165 
159-160 

167-170 


94 

120 
140 c. 


Letts 

Wreden and Znato- 
wicz 
Montgolfier 
Berthelot 
Montgolfier 

Kachler and Spitzer 


B., 13, 794 

C. C. [1877], 6 ; 
B.S.C.[2],26,449 
A. C. P. [5], 19, 145 
C. E., 67, 327 
C. E., 87, 840 ; 
A.C.P.[5],19,145 
B., 13, 616 
J. p. C., 25, 264 


38, 669 
32, 466, 899 

vi., 1111 
36, 328 ; 38, 
699 
38, 669 


Menthene 






163 




Walter 


A., 32, 288 


iii., 880 








163 




Oppenheim 


15, 29 


39, 81 








164-5165-5 




Becket and Wright 




29, 2 








162-167 




Moriya 




39, 81 


Rutylene 






167-4 c. 
abt. 150 


Liquid 


Atkinan & Yoshida 
Bauer 


A., 135, 344 


41, 53 
v., 141 








156-5158 




Harting 


J. p. C. [21, 23, 449 


40, 795 


Sebacin 






a. 300 


55 


Petersen 


A., 103, 187 


v., 214 


Decenylene 
Deem .... 






abt. 165 
154-157 




Eeboul and Truchd 


B. S. C. [2], 8, 42 
C. E., 94, 727 ; 


vi., 52 








157-158 


152 (?) 




95, 245 
A.C P [5] 19 148 




.. from 


Camphor 




163 




Weyl 


B., 1, 96 










170-175 




Berthelot 


B. S C [2] 11 3 


vii., 423 


From calamus oil 
From alJyldipropylcarbinol 

From terebenthene 
Decylene 




j 


158-159 

158 

163 

163 
158-160 


Liquid 
127 

Liquid 


Kurbatow 
Eeformatsky 
Eiche 
Weyl 
Montgolfier 


B., 6, 1210 
J. p. C., 27, 389 
R C. p. [2], 127 
Z. C. [2], 4, 496 
C. R, 87, 840 
J. [1863] 529 


27, 259 
44, 1074 
v., 213 
vi., 387 
36, 328 
vi., 710 








161-5 






A 220 168 


46, 166 








165 




Berthelot 


B S C [2] 11 3 


vii., 423 


.... 
," 






170-172 






A., 165, 22 




from 
.... .... 
Diamylene (paramylene) 


Fish brine 
Burmese earth oil 




174-6 
175-8 

165 
165 




Warren and Storrer 

Balard 
Bauer 


Z. C. [1868], 230 ; 
J., 21, 332 
Z. C. [1868], 231 ; 
J., 21, 331 
A. C. P. [3], 12, 320 
J , 14 660 


iii., 416 
vi., 122 








165 




Etard 


C. E., 86, 488 


34, 393 




Pr0(CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.CH :CH 2 




150-153(721) 




Schneider 


A., 157 208 


vii., 64 


Cymene hexhydride 


Naphthalene duodecahydride 
Terpilene tetrahydride 

Terpene tetrahydride 

Action of PH 4 I on turpentine 
Action of I on turpentine ... 

From crude terebene 
Action of HI on camphor .... 
From carvol 


Isomers 


H 




15S-158 
155-160 
171-173 
155 
170-175 
170c. 
155-160 ; 
160-162 ; 
162-167 
160 
abt. 160 
abt. 170 
abt. 170 
170-175 
176-178 


Liquid 


Wreden 
Wreden&Znatowicz 
Eenard 
Wreden & Znatowicz 
Berthelot 
Montgolfier 
Orlow 

Baeyer 
Armstrong 

Armstrong & Tilden 
Weyl 
Arndt 


A., 187, 164 
B.S.C.[2],26,440 
A. C. P. [6], 1,223 
C. C. [1877], 6 
C. R, 67, 327 
C. R, 89, 102 
B., 16, 799 

A., 155, 276 
B., 12, 1758 

Z. C. [2], 4, 496 
Z C [2] 4 730 


82, 445 
32, 466 
46, 844 
32, 899 
vi., Ill 
36, 944 

vii., 657 
38, 125 

36, 745 

vi., 387 
vi., 415 


Decane 


CH^CHA.CH, 




107 (100) 


32 


Krafft 


B 15 1695 


42, 1271 








173 (760) 
171 






A., 184, 202 










169'5 




Lachowicz 


A., 220, 168 


46, 166 



















7-1 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Decane 


Boghead naphtha 
MejCH.tCH^.CHMej 

) 
JJ 
)> 

J) 


C 6 H 13 .CH 2 .CHMe 2 

J 

C 10 H 7 .Me 


) 

11 
) 

CH 3 ,CH,.CHPh.CH : CH 2 
Ph.C 5 H 9 

C 6 H 4 ,Me.(CH 2 .C 3 H 5 )=1.3 
Pr^CsH^CHiCHj 

JI 

C 6 H,Me, 




C 6 H 3 .Me a .Pr=1.3.5 
=1.3.4 

=1.2.4 

-C) 

C 6 H,.Me.IJt 2 =1.3.5 
C 6 H 4 .Et.Pr=l,3 

C 6 H 4 ,Me.C 4 H.,=1.4 
C 6 H 4 .Me.(CH 2 .CHMe 2 )= 1.3 

=1.3 

= (?) 
Ph.(CH 2 ) 4 Me 

Ph.CH 2 .CH 2 .CHMe 2 
n 
n 


0,,fti 

? 



> 

Tt 
> 
! 
J> 


> 
) 



) 
>j 
)j 
) 
^llHjo 
)j 




?) 

)? 

CnHj 4 






(CiXiX 

CnH 16 

n 

ii 



n 

n (see C, 
H 14 ) 

i 
i) 

ii 
n 

n 
ii 
ii 

11 
11 
11 


166-168 
162-163 
160 
158-162 
158-160 
159 
155-162 
155-160 
155-157 
152 
155-159 
155 (728) 
1571 
158 
158-159 
159 
160 (751) 
155 
155-160 
155-160 
230-232 
230-232 
230-231 

281-232 
242 

242-S43 

400 

173-177 
210-215 
200-5-201-5 
195 
195-200 
20S-204 

230 
215 
85 
206-210 
190-191 

184-186 
188 

198-200 
193-195 

176-178 
186-188 

185 
190-195 
200-5-201-5 
(743) 
193 
195 
193 


Liquid 

I. 18 

a. 18, s. 
18 to 20 
70 

Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 
Solid 
s. 
13 
50 

Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 


Thorpe and Young 
Lachowicz 
Berthelot 
Pelouze & Cahours 
Cahours& Demargaj 

Berthelot 
Cloez 
Wurtz 
Lachowicz 

Frankland 
Lachowicz 
Wurtz 
Schorlemmer 
Williams 
Grimshaw 
Wurtz 

Berthelot 
Ciamician 

11 
Goldschmidt and 
Schidt 
Fittig and Remsen 

Emmedt and Kein- 
gruber 
Reingruber 

Dafert 
Schramm 

ii 
Aronheim 
Perkin 
11 
11 
Ador and Rilliet 

Friedel and Crafts 
Jacobsen 
Reuter 

11 

Fittig, Kb'brick, and 
Jilke 
Jacobsen 
Renard 

Kelbe and Baur 

11 11 

Effront 
Goldschmidt 
Schramm 

11 
Tolleiis and Fittig 
Bigot and Fittig 


A., 165, 23 
A., 220, 188 
B. S. C. [2], 8, 22 
J., 16, 524 
C. R., 80, 1571 

B. S. C.[2], 11,3 
C. R., 85, 1003 
J., 16, 510 
A., 220, 188 

3,31 
A., 220, 168 
A. C. P. [3], 44, 28 
P. R. S., 14, 172 
J., 10, 418 

J., 8, 576 

C. R, 67, 327 
Ber., 11, 272 
W. A., 83, 346 
W. A. [2], 83, 7 

A., 155, 114 
A., 211, 365 
A., 206, 375 

J. [1874], 921 
M. C., 4, 616 
A., 218, 383 

11 
B., 9, 1790 

B., 12, 332 

B. S. C., 28, 147 
C. R., 91, 257 
B., 8, 1259 
B., 16, 627 

B., 16, 628 

A., 145, 149 

B., 7, 1434 
C.R.,97,328; A. 
C. P. [6], 1, 223 
B., 16, 2563 
B., 14, 1240; 16, 
2559 
B., 17, 419 
B., 15, 1067 
A., 218, 383 

11 
A., 131, 313 
A., 141, 160 


46, 166 
vi., 3 
v., 1090 

iv., 2 
vii., 422 
34, 482 
v., 1090 
46, 166 
i., 202 
26, 679 
46, 166 
32, 260 

1) 

32, 261 

i., 97 
v., 732 
vi., 1111 
34, 439 
40, 247 
40, 824 

vi., 849; 4O, 
824; 44,1135 
42,733 

40, 436 

44, 1094 
44, 977 


32, 401 
32, 663 

11 
36, 527 

40, 40 

vi., 304 

28, 259 
46, 173, 844 

46, 300 

11 

46, 900 

44, 977 

11 
iv., 476 
vi., 303 










from 








Diisoamyl 














Isobutyl hexyl 



(?) 

a-Methyl naphthalene 

"- )! I, 

"- 
"- 11 

3- 

a- 

C'olophthalin 


Phenyl pentylene 
ii 11 
isopentylene 
Tolyl butylene 
Isopropyl cinnamene 
11 n 
(polymer) 
Fentamethyl benzene 
11 11 
11 )> 
Propyldimethyl benzene 
Propyldimethyl benzene (a- 
Laurene) 
Propyldimethyl benzene (/3- 
Laurene) 
Propyldimethyl benzene 
(Laurene) 
Diethylmethyl benzene 
Propylethyl benzene 

Butylmethyl benzene 
Isobutylmethyl benzene 

" 11 11 
11 11 11 

Amyl benzene 

Isoamyl benzene 

11 i> 
11 j) 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Amyl benzene 



,, 

,, 
jj .... .... 
From betulin 


PkCHEtj 

> 

Ph.CMej.Et 



Ph.C 5 H,, 

N 


C U H 16 



) 


si 


178-180 
178 

185-190 
185-190 
178 
182-184 
245 250 


Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 


Dafert 
Lippmann and 
Longuinine 
Essner 
Friedel and Crafts 


M. C., 4, 153, 616 
B. S. C. [2], 8, 426 

B.S.C.[2],36,212 
C. E., 84, 1392 
Z. C. [1867], 674 
W. A., 4, 153 

G I 7 508 


44, 659, 1094 
vi., 304 

42, 46 
32, 725 

34, 569 


animal tar 

jy ,) ,, .... .... 

-Paracotene 
Butylidene 


.... 


CnH 18 

n 

)> 


182 
202-203 
170-172 
198-202 




Weidel & Ciamician 

1) 55 


B., 13, 80 
B., 13, 81 
A., 199, 78 
Z C [1870] 431 


38, 404 

J) 








210-215 






B , 8, 413 




Undecylene 




CuH^ 


192-193 
193 195 




Giesecke 


Z. G, 6, 431 
A 165 23 


vii., 808 








195-8 




Warren 


J 21 330 










195-9 






Z C [1868] 231 










195 '2 






J., 21, 332 
Z C [1868] 230 






CH,(CH,,) q .CH, 




194-5 (760)- 


36-5 


Krafft 


J., 21, 332 
B 15 1697&1698 


43 127 








127 (100); 
108-5 (50); 
96-5 (30); 
81 (15); 
74 (11) 
180-184 




Pelouze & Cahours 


it 

J 16 524 


iii., 181 








180-185 






G I 2 6 


25 682 








178-180 




Cloez 


C R 85 1003 


34, 482 








176 178 






C R 80 1571 




Hartite 




(C,,H t ). 




74 




J [1856] 889 ; 




Acetylene naphthalene 


Petrocin 
Diphenyl 


/CH 

' H <<A 

) 

C 6 H 5 .C 6 H 5 


C 12 H 8 

(C 12 H 8 ). 
C 12 H lo 


265-275 p. d. 
101-102 
240 


92-93 

70-5 
69 


Behr and Van Dorp 
Blumenthal 

Fittig 
List and Limpricht 


J. [1869], 1248 

A., 172, 263 ; 
B., 6, 753 

B., 7, 1092 
AC. P. [5], 17, 43 
A., 121, 363 
A , 90, 209 


27, 1168 ; 26, 
1135 

iv., 409 










69 




G J C 1872 












70 


Griess 


P. T. [1864] [3] 692 


iv., 409 








254 


70 


Schultz 


A 174 201 


28, 148 










71 


Richter 


J. p. C. [2], 28, 273 


46, 325 










70-73 


Carnelley 




29, 19 


,, 


H 


jj 


250 


71-5-74-5 
70 


jj 
Berthelot 


G. J. C., 1870 


jj 








243 


70 


Smith 




32, 552 










70 


Merz and Weith 


B., 10, 755 


32, 603 










70-71 


Coste and Michaelis 


B., 11, 1884 


36, 161 








245-258 


70 


Carnelley 




37, 706 










70 


Ladenburg 


G. J. C., 1871 












70-5 


Bronner 


G. J. C., 1869 










238-5 


69'6 


Christomanos 


G. I. [1875] 402 


37, 760 










70 


Goldschmiedt and 


W. A., 83 [21, 7 


40, 824 










70 


Schidt 
Fittig & Ostermey er 


G. J. C., 1879 










257 




Carnelley & Williams 


33, 282 




Acenaphtheue (ethene naph- 
thalene) 

>j J? 
>i jj 
*> 


CH 2 
^H, 

j 
i 
j) 


jj 

jj 




285 a 

270-280 
267-269 u. c. 

277-5 c. 


a. 100 

99-100 
94-96 

95 


Berthelot 

Graebe 
Behr and Van Dorp 
ji jj 


B. S. C. [2], 8, 226 

B., 5, 16 
B., 6, 60 
A, 172, 263 


vi., 3 

25,295;vil.,834 
26,1167;vii.,834 
27, 1167 



74 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Aceuaphthene (ethene naph 


C 10 H/| ' 


C 12 Hi 




94 


Goldschmiedt and 


W. A., 83 [2], 7 


40, 824 


thalene) 


X CH 2 








Schidt 






Dimethyl naphthalene 


C 10 H 6 .Me 2 


C 12 H 12 


a. 265 p. d. 


1. -18 


Giovannozzi 


G. I. [1882], 147 


42, 855 


11 !! 








262-264(751 


Liquid 


Cannizzaro and 


G. I., 12, 393 


44,79 












Carnelutti 






isomeric 








252-254 






A, 211, 365 




11 11 


,, 





260-262 






J) 




a-Ethyl naphthalene 


Cj H 7 .Et 





250 




Fittig and Remsen 


Z. C. [2], 5, 37 


vi., 849 


o- 11 








100 (2-3); 




Carnelutti 


B., 13, 1672 


40, 280 








257-259-5 
















(757-7) 










- 








251-252 


.... 


Fittig and Remsen 


A., 155,119 


40, 824 


11 11 








252-260 




Goldschmiedt and 


W. A., 83 [2], 7 















Schidt 






11 11 


11 


a 


251 


Liquid 


Marchetti 


G. I., 11, 439 


42, 410 


Guajene 








97-98 


Botsch 


M. C., 1, 609 


42, 211 










100-101 


Weiser 


W. A. [2 ab.], 464 


40, 813 


(?) hydride 




" 


abt. 270 




Berthelot 


Z. C. [1867], 714 


vi., 3 


Butenyl cinnamene 


Ph.CH : CH.C 4 H 7 


C 12 H H 


245-248 




Perkin 




35, 142 


(?) 







abt. 69 




Berthelot 


A.C.P.[3],15,150 


36, 376 


Isopropyl allybenzene 


PrP.C 6 H 4 CH : CH.Me 


C 12 H 16 


229-230 


1. -15 


Perkin 


.... 


32, 664 


(?) 


..* 





222 






B., 9, 12 




Hexamethyl benzene 


C 6 Me 6 


C 12 H 18 


230-240 


136 (163 ?) 


Hoffmann 


B., 5, 721 


25,1024;vii.,59 


11 





11 


259-260 


150 


Le Bel and Greene 


C. R., 87, 260 


36,50 


11 





11 


260 


150 


Ador and Rilliet 


B., 12, 332 


36, 527 


11 11 










150 


.... 


D. P., 237, 146 


38, 864 


11 11 





., 


258-260 


150 


Reichardt 


B. C. [1880], 559 


38, 865 


11 11 








250 


160 


.... 


J. R., 13, 392 




11 11 


JT 





253 


163 


Hoffmann 


B. 13, 1729 


40, 260 


11 i, 








264 


164 


Friedel and Crafts 


C. R., 91, 257 


40,40 


Triethyl benzene 


Efc,. =1.3.5 


,, 


217-220 


.... 


Jacobsen 


B., 7, 1435 


28, 259 





11 11 





214-218 


.... 


Friedel and Balsohn 


B. S. [2], 34, 635 


40, 259 


Dipropyl benzene 


Pr. Pro =1.4 





220-222 


Liquid 


Korner 


B., 11, 1863 


36, 142 





11 11 


11 


218-220 


Liquid 





A, 216, 223 


44,321 


Propylisopropyl benzene 


Pr0.Pr3 =1. ? 





205-208 




Patern6 and Spica 


G. I., 6, 99 


31, 77 


11 11 


=1.4 





211-213 c. 




11 11 


B., 10, 1746 


34, 139 








(754) 










Isoamylmethyl benzene 


Me.(CH 2 .CH 2 .CHMe 2 ) =1-2 





203-205 u. c. 


1. 20 


Pabst 


B., 9, 503 




11 11 


)> "~ * ** 




213 


b. 20 


Bigot and Fittig 


A., 141, 162 


vi., 304 


Amylmethyl benzene 


Me.C 6 H u = ? 





213-218 


.... 


Etard 


C. R., 97, 909 


46, 312 


Isohexyl benzene 


Ph.(CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe 2 





214-215 




Aronheim 


A., 171, 223 


27, 689 


11 11 


T) 




212-213 




Schramm 


A, 218, 383 


44, 977 


Ethyl (or ethylene) cymene 


C 6 H 3 .Et.Me.Pr. or 


j, 


185-190 




Landolph 


C. R., 86, 1267 


34, 721 




C 6 H 4 Me(C 2 H 4 .Pr) 














a-Paracotene 






1 ftfl 






Ai QO ^7*7 








,, 


ioU 






.) 1 .'.'. / / 




Cynene 




... 


1 7*> 1 *7S 




V"l 1 1 


AT> QQ OKQ 






.. 


11 (') 


liO~ I/O 


.... 


v oicKei 


. JT.j Ol7j OUO 


ii>) _J'.7 


Eucalyptene 


See C 10 H 16 




1 f'K 




p. 


AT KA O*7O 










1OO 






.1 1O*1- ) / _ 


vii., 494 


Eucalyptolene 


.... 


n 


a. 300 




B 




n 


(?) 


.... 




215 






Z. C. [1866], 223 




From betulin 






QKf\ or^r^ 




,-, , . , 


R-l O Q 






**** 


11 


ZOU ZOO 




j ranciiimont and 


1 **l ' 


36, 469 












Wignaan 






Ethel terpene (eterpene) .... 


C 10 H 15 .Et. 


C I2 H 20 


153 u. c. 


63-5 


Me3 r er and Spitzer 


B., 9, 880 


30, 515 


camphene 


i> 





197 -9-1 99-9 c. 


Liquid 


Spitzer 


B., 11, 1817 


36, 168 








(742-1) 










From acetone 




a 


170-180 






A, 140, 301 




allyldimethylcarbinol 


.... 




196-198 


1. in f. m. 


Nikolsky & Saytzeff 


J. p. C., 27, 380 


44, 1074 


carbazolin 


.... 




225 






A., 163, 356 




animal oil 


.... 





210 






A., 139, 245 




Naphtliol (?) .... 






















190 






B. J., 21, 473 




From diallyldihydriodide .... 


.... 





190-200 




Wurtz 


B. S., 2, 164 


vi., 94 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


From anethol (Wright) 
Duodecylene . .. 


/ /CH 2 CH 2 \^, \ 

( cH 4H;-cH;> cH -) 2 


C^Hjj 


210-212 
208-3-214-6 c 




Landolph 
Warren and Storer 


C. E., 82, 849 
Z. C. [1868] 231 


30,79 








212'6 c 






Z C [2] 4 230 


vi., 547 








216"2 




Warren 


J 21 330 










96 (15) 


31 


Krafft 


B 16 3018 


46, 572 


Dihexylene 


Isomeric (?) 

(?) 


)1 


193-197 
196-199 






A., 195, 262 




Triisobutyleue 







173-176 
174-176 




Butlerow and Gor- 
gainon 
Dobbin 


B., 6, 561 ; A., 
169, 196 


26, 873; 27, 1.38 
37, 240 








177'5-178'5 








37, 241 








174-178 








37, 246 




(Me 3 C) 2 C : CMeo 




177-5-179 




Butlerow 


B 12 1482 


38, 230 








(749) 
180 




Puchot 


A. C [5] 28 507 


46, 167 


(?) 
Duodecane 


Me.(CH 2 ) lo .Me 


M 


170 
214-5 (760) 


12 


Brazier & Gossleth 
Krafft 


B 15 1698 B 


iv., 177 
42, 1271 44, 








145-5 (100) 
126 (50); 
113-8 (30) ; 
98 (15) ; 
90-5 (11) 
202 




Schlorlemmer 


16, 1714 
P R S 16 367 


1076 
24, 896 vii., 








195 198 




Cloez 


C E 1003 


891 
34 48 9 








196 200 






J 16 524 


iii 181 ' vi 








abt 200 






C E 80 1571 


547 








201 






A 161 277 




Dihexyl 






202 




Brazier & Goosleth 


J 3 400 










202 




Wurtz 


A C [3] 44 275 


iii 151 iv 








202 




Schorlemnier 


P T [1872] 111 


25 1085 vii 








202 




Williams 


J 10 418 


645 


o-Methylene diphenylene 
(fluorene) 

- .. :i 

- !> . )l 
- )1 1) 

0- 

3- 

ft- n 

?-Methylene diphenylene (?) 

y- 

y- >. 

L 
M 

?- ,, (?) 
8- 

Benzhydrolene 
Sequoiene 


Cr,H 4 \ 
1 >CH 2 
C 6 H/ 

)J 
> 
51 
)| 

1) 

M 




Qi^4\ 

1 >CH 2 
C,H/ 


C 13 H 10 

)) 
) 
?> 
>/ 

)> 
M 

(?) 


)> 

)i 

(?) 
j) 

?> 


300-305 

294-295 

290-310 
abt. 305 

300-305 

295 

320 
200-300 u c 


113-114 

112-113 
113-114 
112-113 
113 

119 

113 

118 
118 

124 

199-200 

205 u. c. ; 
208 c. 
209-210 
105 


Gnebe & Gebhard 

Fittig and Schmitz 
Fittig 
Greebe 
Barbier 

Hodgkinson and 
Matthews 
Berthelot 
Earth and Gold- 
schmiedt 
Carnelley 
Hodgkinson and 
Matthews 
Hodgkinson and 
Matthews 
Sfcedel 

Carnelley 
Linnemann 


A., 174, 194 

A., 193, 134 
B., 6, 187 
B., 7, 1624 
A. C. [5], 7, 472 ; 
C. E., 77, 442 
43, 164 

A. C. [4], 12 ; 222 
B., 11, 847 

37, 708 
43, 164 



B., 6, 189 

37, 710 

A., 133, 1 
B 13 1657 14 


37, 717 


26, 755 
28, 455 
31, 71 ; 26, 
1226 

vii., 524 
34, 734 

26, 755 

iv., 480 
40 98 














2203 





76 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


From a-Benzopinacolin 


.... 


C 13 H 10 




243-244 


Thorner and Zinckt 


B., 11, 1397 


34, 874 


Ca-phthalate 









243-244 


Miller 


B., 12, 1489 


38, 255 


Diphenylmethane (benzyl 


CH 2 .Ph 2 


C 13 Hi 2 


261-262 


24-25 


Zincke 


B., 4, 299 


24, 508 ; vii., 


benzene) 














183 


11 11 










26-4 


Jene 


A., 155, 86 


vii., 158 


11 11 





11 \ ) 


255-265 




Stwdel 


B., 6, 189 


26, 755 


11 11 








261-262 




Grsebe 


B., 7, 1630 


28, 454 


11 11 








260 




Friedel and Crafts 


C. R, 84, 1450 


32, 864 


11 11 








263 


26 


Sfcedel 


A., 194, 253, 307 


36, 318 


11 11 


11 





261 


26 


Engler 


B., 11, 927 




11 11 








200-300 




Fischer 


A., 194, 242 


36, 384 


Tolylphenyl (phenyltoluene) 


C 6 H 4 .Me.Ph =1.2 





255-260 


Liquid 


Barbier 


A. C. [5], 7, 472 


31, 74 


n 11 


11 ii 





258-260 


Liquid 





B., 7, 1548 


29, 13 


11 11 


=1.4 





263-267 u. c. 


2 to 3 


Carnelley 


29, 18 




11 11 








263-268 




11 


37, 707 




Isopropylbutenyl benzene (|3) 


C 6 H 4 Pr0.C 4 H 7 


C, 3 H 18 


234-235 




Perkin 




35, 141 


11 11 


11 





242-243 


Liquid 


11 


.... 


32, 665 


Dipropylmethyl benzene .... 


C 6 H 3 .Pr2.Me =1.3.5 


C^Hjo 


243-248 




Jacobsen 


B., 8, 1259 


42,627 


Amyldimethyl benzene 


CjH^CjHu.Me., 





232-233 




Bigot and Fittig 


A, 141, 168 


vi., 304 


From photosantonic acid 







221-5-223 




Sestini and Danesi 


G. I., 12, 82 


42, 627 


gum ammoniac 




n 


235 




Ciamician 


G. I., 9, 304 


38, 126 


Tridecylene . 




C 13 H 26 


230-231 ; 




Warren and Storer 


Z. C. [1868], 232 ; 












232-7 c. 






J., 21, 332 




Tridecane 


Me.(CH 2 ) n .Me 


C 13 H 28 


234 (760) 


6-2 


Krafft 


B., 15, 1699 


42, 1271 










142-5 (50) ; 
















130 (30) ; 
















114 (15); 
















106-5 (11) 










11 


.... 





218-220 




Pelouze & Cahours 


J., 16, 524 


iii., 181 ; v., 880 


11 


.... 


,, 


215-220 




Cloez 


C. R, 85, 1003- 


34, 482 


Phenanthrene 


C 6 H 4 .CH 


C 14 H 10 


Much a. 300 


97-99 


Fittig & Ostermeyer 


B., 5, 934 


25, 177; vii., 85 




C 6 H 4 .CH 

















11 





339-342 


98-99 


Schmidt 


B., 7, 206; 12, 


27, 581 














1159 













340 c. 


100 


Grebe 


B., 5, 861 ; 7, 48 


26, 175; vii., 85 


IT 










96 


Limpricht 


B., 6, 532 


26, 897 











.... 


100 


Goldschmiedt and 


W. A., 83, 7 


40, 824 












Schidt 

















100 


Hayduck 


G. J. G, 1873 















96 


11 


B., 7, 1090 







11 







96 


Ostermeyer 


11 










JJ 




98-100 


11 


11 







n 







95-96 


Japp 




37, 410 


I, 


11 







96 


11 




11 


1 


n 







96 


Japp and Wilcock 




37, 664 


tt 


11 





.... 


97-5-98 


11 n 




37, 670 


I 


,- 


11 


.... 


101 


Carnelley 




37, 711 








n 




100 


Anschutz & Schultz 


G. J. C., 1879 






/ CH \ 














Anthracene 


C * H \ ( j H ^ C H; 


11 




213-3 


Anderson 


15, 44 


iv., 350 







11 


a. 300 


180 


Dumas and Laurent 


A. C. [2], 1, 187 


11 












210 


Fritzche 


A., 109, 249 






n 


11 
11 




210-212 


n 


J. [1867], 600 


ii 
vi., 177 


J) . 




IT 


11 


abt. 360 


213 


Graebe & Liebermann 


A. s., vii., 257 


i 


" 




11 


11 




210-212 


Grimm 


B., 6, 500 


26, 1235 






11 


11 


339-359 


212-5 


Carnelley & Williams 


33, 283 




" 




11 


11 




213 


Goldschmiedt and 


W. A., 83, 7 


40, 824 


" 












Schidt 






" 


" 


11 


.... 


208 


Heuzold 


J. p. G, 27, 518 


44, 1137 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



77 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 




CH 

C B H,< 1 >C r H. 






208 


Glaus 


B., 8, 530 


28, 891 




\JH/ 






208 


Kircher 


B, 17, 1168 












213 


Perkin&Hodgkinson 




37, 726 










212-213 






37, 727 


Isoanthracene 


Paranthracene 
Synanthrene (phosene) 

)> )! 

Tolane 


5 

isomeric 



C*H.C : CC H 8 


i) 


j 


n 


275-300 


133-5-134-5 
247 

244 

189-195 
193 

59 


Weber and Zincke 
Schmidt 

D 

Han hart 


B., 7, 1156 
B., 5, 931 ; 6, 494 

B., 6, 494 

A., 191, 298 
A. C. [5], 7, 526 ; 
J. [1868], 404 
B., 15, 900 


28, 156 
26, 176; vii., 
85 
26, 1234 ; vi., 
177 


! 


) 





252-295 


60 
88 


Limpricht and 
Schwanert 
Rembold 


A., 145, 347 
B 8 1494 


vi., 1099 
29, 592 






(C,,H,n) 


a. 360 


s. f. 65-70 




B 8 1496 




From chloroform and naph- 
thalene 

(?) 


.... 


)) 




189-190 
145 


Honig and Berger 
Kekuleand Franchi- 


M. G, 3, 670 


44,68 
26, 172 


(?) 




(CuH,,). 




abt. 100 


mont 
Schiitzenbero'er 


C. R., 75, 1767 


vii., 1163 


Anthracene dihydride 




Stilbene 


^14^-10-^2 

Ph CH ' CHPh 


Ci 4 H 12 

jj 
> 




305 
313 

abt. 292 


106 

107-108 
106-108 

108 
100 + 


Grsebe & Liebevmann 
Liebermann 

Liebermann & Topf 


Z. F. G, 13,257 
A., 212, 5 
A. s., 7, 265 ; 
G R., 79, 764 
B., 9, 1202 
R S 16 373 


vi., 177 
42,855 

31,86 
v., 432 


fl) 




(?) 




abt. 116 






37 721 











115-118 


Wurtz 


A , 7th Supp 54 












119'5 




A 139 303 


vi., 1107 




D 






ISO 


Fittig 


A 139 178 






j) 




265 


120 




C N 15 244 












120 


Drehner and Otto 


G. J. G, 1870 


vii., 169 










120 
















121-122 




G J C 1876 






j> 






124 


Michaelis & Lange 


G. J. G, 1875 












124 




B, 14 1805 






j 






124 


Paal 


B 15 1819 













125 


Howard 












300-302 






G. J. C , 1877 






i> 




306 




Forst 


G J 1875 






IT 




306-307 






B 7 1629 


28 455 


Diphenylethylene 



(?) 
(?) 

From diphenylmethane and 


CH 2 :CPh 2 

JJ 

C ? H 4 .CH 2 .C 6 H 4 .CH 2 or 



)> 
) 
)> 



277 
274-276 
abt. 260 
260 


Liquid 
Liquid 
Liquid 
Liquid 
abt. 90 


Hepp 
Demole 
Jena and Limpricht 
Borthelot 
Baeyer 


B., 7, 1409 
B., 12, 2245 
A., 155, 91 
B. S. [2], 9 
B., 6, 222 


28, 361 
38, 158 
vii., 169 

26, 885; vii., 
533 


methylal 
(?) 


(Ph.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 ) 2 CH 2 
Ph.CH 2 .CH 2 .Ph 


or C^HM 

(C I4 H 12 ). 
C] 4 H U 


284 


190 

51 -5-52-5 


Hepp 
Canuizaro & Rosse 


B., 7, 1409 
J., 14, 548 


28, 361 
v., 870 











48-50 


Limpricht and 


A., 145, 380 


vi., 334, 1107 








282 




Schwanert 
Limpricht 


J., 19, 593 











.... 


50 


Goldenberg 


A., 174, 333 


28, 365 











52-5-53-5 


Wurtz 


A., 7th Supp., 54 




(impure) 


I 


) 




51-52 
52 


Ekstrand 
Reimer 


B., 9, 855 
B., 14, 1805 


30, 514 








.... 


52 


Breuer and ZincktS 


A., 198, 141 


38, 118 



















78 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibenzyl 


Ph.CH 2 .CH 2 .Ph 

1) 


11 

CH 3 .CHPh 2 

11 
11 
11 
11 

C 6 H 4 .Me.CH 2 Ph =1.3 

1 J) 

=1-4 

11 1 
1> 1 
1 >1 
1) ) 

= (?) 
Me.C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .Me =(1.4) 2 

11 
11 
11 

= (?) 
=1.2 ; 1.4 

1) )) 
11 51 

= (?) 

= (?) 
=1.3 ;!.(?) 

= (?) 
=(l'2) s 

'1 11 

= (?) 
=1.3 ;!.(?) 
Ph.C 6 H 3 Me 3 

J) 

6 H 2 .Et 4 =1.2.3.5 

C 6 H 4 .(C 4 H 9 ) 2 

(C 7 H 12 ) 2 
C r S a .CjB. a 



C 10 H 15-C 4 H 9 3 


Ci 4 II 14 

11 
n 
11 

11 
j 
> 

51 

)) 


)1 
)) 
)* 
)1 
1> 
) 
1) 
?) 

11 
11 
1 
>1 
11 
7) 
)> 
1 

1) 
11 
11 

)1 
)) 

>1 
11 
11 

5) 
11 
11 
5) 
1) 

c uH 16 

i) 
CuH, s 

^14H 22 


)) 

)? 

C 14 H 24 

? 

?) 


272 
276-277 
268-271 
268-270 
264-266 
286 
150 (16) 

275 c. (747) 
268-269-5 
(725) 
277 
279-280 c. 
275-280 
282 
285-286 c. 
283-286 
170 
283-288 

283-288 

272-280 
270-290 
277-282 
283-288 

280-285 
280-281 
273-278 

272-277 u. c. 
272 

270-280 
270 
270-280 
283-286 
300-310 
abt. 310 
270-280 
283-286 c. 

290 

b. 300 

251 
230-240 

247-252 

320-330 
245-247 
235-240 
235-240 
228-229 c. 
(750-4) 


52 
52-53 

52-5 

Liquid 

Liquid 
1. -10 

1. -17 
1. -17 
Liquid 
Liquid 
1. f. m. 

121 

117-119 
121 
119-120 
91 
Liquid 
Liquid 
Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 
Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 
cryst. b. 
Liquid 

56-57 
63 

63 
Liquid 
1. 20 

Liquid 


Hanli art 
Paal 
Fittig 
Silva 
Goldschmiedt 
Radziszewsky 
Thorner & Zincko 
Haiss 
Angeblis and An- 
schutz 
Senff 
Ador and Billiet 

Zinck6 


v. Dorp 


Behr and v. Dorp 
Barbier 
Bertholet 
Zinck6 

Longuinine 
Doebner 

Carnelley 
Schultz 
Carnelley 

) 
Longuinine 
Zinck6 

Barbier 
Schultz 
Zinck6 

Longuinine 
Fittig 

Greebe 
Schultz 
Barbier 


Grsebe 


Etti 
Barbier 
Ekstrand 
Grsebe and Lieber- 
mann 
Liebermann 
Grsebe 
Galle 
Goldschmiedt 
Franchimont and 
Wignann 
Schiff 
Morris 
Runard 
Tilden 
Spitzer 


B., 15, 900 
B., 15, 1819 
A., 139, 178 
C. R., 89, 606 
B., 6, 1502 
B., 7, 142 
B., 11, 1990 
B., 15, 1481 
B., 17, 165 

A., 220, 225 
B., 12, 2300 

B., 4, 298 
A., 161, 93 
B., 5, 1071 
B., 5, 1070 
B., 7, 19 
B., 7, 1544 

B., 4, 397 

B., 4, 515 
B., 9, 272 

B., 17, 472 

B., 4, 515 
B., 4, 399 

C. R., 79, 121 
B., 17, 468 
B., 4, 400 

B., 4, 515 
A., 139, 178 

B., 7, 48 
B., 17, 471 
A. C. [5], 7, 472 
C. R, 69, 660 
A., 167, 131 
B., 8, 1056 
B., 11, 868 
C. R., 79, 660 
A., 185, 75 . 
Z. F. C., 13, 257 

A., 212, 25 
A., 167, 131 
B., 16, 1745 
B., 15, 1067 
B., 12, 11 

Z. G, 6, 75 

C. R., 91, 419 
45, 419 
B., 11, 1818 


38, 260 
27, 370 
27, 469 
36, 317 
42, 1071 
46, 753 

46, 427 

24, 508 
vii., 183 
vii., 82 
26, 500 

27, 471 

vii., 82 
24, 510 ; vii., 
1179 
24, 684 
29, 914 
32, 654 
46, 903 
37, 707 
32, 654 
24, 685 
24, 510 ; vii., 
1179 
27, 1091 

24, 510 ; vii., 
1179 
24, 685 ; vii., 
1164 
24, 510 ; vii., 
1179 
27, 471 
46, 903 
31, 76 
28, 62 
26, 896 ; vii., 85 
29, 70 
34, 739 
28, 62 
32, 499 
vi., 176 

42, 857 
26,896; vii., 85 
44, 1092 

36, 469 

vii., 869 
41, 174 
38, 894 

36, 168 








Diphenylethane 
,, 

jj .... .... 
i) .... .... 

Benzyltoluene 

11 

j, 
j .... .... 
)) .... .... 

j .... .... 
)> .... .... 

(?) 

Ditolyl 
































Plenylxylene .... 




Tetrahydrophenanthrene .... 


From bixiu .... 


(?) 
From dioxyretistene 
Anthracene hexydride 


Phenanthrene octohydride .... 
Tetrethyl benzene 
Dibutyl benzene 
From lactucone 

(?) 

(Methylpropylallylene), 
Piheptine 




Isobutyl camphine ..., ,... 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


From camphic acid .... 


.... 


C 14 H 24 


215 


.... 


Montgolfier 


A. C. [5], 14, 5 


34, 897 


animal oil 


.... 


11 


240 




.... 


A., 139, 245 




(?) 


.... 


C 14 H 26 


245-260 


.... 


Schiff 


Z. C., 6, 75 


vii., 869 


Heat on petroleum 


Caucasian 


C 14 H 28 


230-232 




Schutzenberger and 


C. R., 91, 823 


40, 706 












lonine 






Diheptene 


.... 





245-247 


Liquid 


Tilden 


B., 13, 1604 


41, 174 


Tetradecylene 


Me.(CH 2 ) 12 .Me 


11 


127 (15) 
%52'5 (760) ; 


12 
4-5 


Krafft 


B., 16, 3021 
B1 fi 1 700 


46, 572 
42, 1272 






^14-"-30 


178-5(100); 




D 


) J-*^, A ' WV 










158 (50) ; 










-. 






145-5(30); 
















129-5 (15); 
















122-5 (11) 













From cast iron 


)1 


236-240 
234-238 




Pelouze & Cahours 

S. Cloez 


J., 16, 524 
C. E. 85 1003 


iii., 181 
34, 482 


Myristyl hydride 




11 

11 


236-240 








iii., 1073 


(0 


.... 


5> 


240 


.... 




B. S., 8, 239 




(?) ' 


.... 


)1 


250 


.... 


Barbier 


C. R., 79, 121 


27, 1092 


Fluoranthene (idryl) 


C G H 4 .CH.CH 

1 / II 
C 6 H 3 CH 


C i 5 Hio 


250-251(60); 
217 (30) 




Fittig & Liepmann 


A., 200, 1 


38, 400 


,1 11 


Jl 


J) 


.... 


110 


Goldschmiedt 


B., 10, 2028 


34, 155 


11 1> 





J 




109 


Fittig and Gebhard 


B., 10, 2142 


34, 431 


11 !> 










109 


11 


A., 193, 142 


36, 166 


From fluoranthene .... 


.... 


)> 


309-311 
a. 300 d. 


Liquid 
160 


Goldschmiedt 


W. A., 81, 415 
A. C. [3] 9 96 


40, 284 


Fluoranthene dihydride 


.... 


)) 

Ci 5 H 12 




76 


Goldschmiedt 


M., 1, 225 


40,283 


Methylanthracene 




jy 




178 


Sadler & McCarter 


A. C. J., 1, 30 


40, 1129 


5 j 


C 6 H 4 :C 2 H 2 :C 6 H 3 Me 


)) 


a. 360 


190 


Japp and Schultz 


B., 10, 1050 


32, 624 


i .... .... 


) 


u 




190 


Ciamician 


B., 11, 273 


34, 439 


,, 


)> 


31 




199-200 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 163 


31, 611 


j 


) 







200 


Fischer 


B., 7, 1196 







) 







198-201 


Weiler 


B., 7, 1186 


28, 152 


11 










203 


Boras tein 


B., 15, 1822 


44, 71 


.... 


) 


1) 




205 


Liebermann 


B., 8, 970 


29, 251 


si 


) 


>? 


.... 


208-210 


Wachendorff and 


B., 10, 1485 


34, 232 












Zinck6 






Methanthrene 


.... 


) 


a. 360 


117 


Oudemanns 


B., 6, 1127 


27, 73 


Methylanthracene dihydride 




Ci 5 H 14 


.... 


100 


Koemer and Link 


B., 16, 703 


44, 1138 


Phenyltolylethylene 


Ph.CH : CH.C 6 H 4 Me = 1.4 


u 




117 


Mann 


B., 14, 1646 


40, 1035 


Diphenyldimethylmethane .... 


CPh.,Me 2 (?) 


Ci 5 H 16 


281-282 




.... 


B. S., 34, 674; 
















35, 289 




Dibenzylmethane 


CH 2 (CH 2 Ph) 2 


li 


a. 300 


Liquid 


Plascuda 


B., 7, 986 


28,74 








)j 


a. 300 


1. 20 


Merz and Weith 


B., 10, 760 




,, 





) 


290-300 


1. f. m. 


Greebe 


B., 7, 1627 


28, 457 


.... 


> 


)j 


290-295 




Claisen & Claparede 


B., 14, 2466 


42, 512 


Diphenylpropane 


C 3 H 6 Ph 3 


) 


277-279 


Liquid 


Silva 


C. R., 89, 606 


38, 259 


Phenyltoly lethan e 


Ph(CHj) 2 .C 6 H 4 Me=1.4 


)> 


278-280 




Bandrowsky 


B., 7, 1016 


28, 62 


,, ... 


J )) 


)> 


286 


27 


Mann 


B., 14, 1646 


40, 1034 


Ditolylmethane 


CH^C^Me), 


) 


285-5-S86-5 


22-23 


Ador and Eilliet 


B., 12, 2302 




11 .... 


) 


j) 


280-285 


Liquid 


Schwarz 


B., 14, 1530 




.... 





)) 


289-291 u.c. 


1. 15 


Weiler 


B., 7, 1182 


28, 151 


Benzylethyl benzene 


Ph.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 .Et=1.4 


i) 


294-295 c. 


Liquid 


Walker 


B., 5, 686 


25, 1004; vii., 








(754 r.) 








184 


Benzylxylene 


Ph.CH 2 .C 6 H 3 .Me 2 


j 


283 


Mixture (?) 


Blatzbecker 


B., 9, 1761 


31,469 




Me.Me = 1.3 

















Ph.CH 2 .C 6 H 3 .Me 2 





290 




Sollcher 


B., 15, 1682 


42, 1292 




Me.Me = 1.3 














11 


Ph.CH 2 .C 6 H 3 .Me 2 


)j 


295-296 c. 


Liquid 


Zincke 


B., 5, 799 


26, 272 




Me.Me = 1.3 

















Ph.CH 3 .C 6 H 3 .Me 2 


jj 


293-5-294-5 


Liquid 


11 


J> 


i> 




Me.Me = 1.4 


, 













80 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Fluoranthene octohydride .. 




C 15 H 18 


309-311 






M., 1, 226 




a-Amylnaphthalene 


C 10 H 7 .(CH 2 .CHoCH.Me2) 





303 




Leone 


G. I., 12, 209 


42, 1210 


ft- 








304-306 




Paternd 


G. I., 12, 337 


42, 1210 ; 44, 
















212 


(?) 


.... 





245 






B. S., 37, 303 




From clove oil 


.... 


C^H,,, (?) 


250-260 




Beckett and Wright 




29, 7 


sandal wood oil 


.... 


CioH,,,, 


248 




Chapoteant 


B. S. [2], 37, 303 


44,76 


cedar oil 


.... 





248 




jj 


jj 


jj 


Sesquiterebene 







250 




Berthelot 


J., 15, 457 


v., 924 


Metatemplene 




C 15 H 24 


280 




Fluckiger 


J., 8, 646 




Petrolene 







280 




Boussingault 


(?) 


(?) 




Trivalerylene .... 






265-275 




Eeboul 


j 20 585 


vi., 1124 








240-250 






B. S., 33, 24 






Patchoulin 


.... 





252-255 c. 




Montgolfier 


C. B., 84, 88 


31, 478 








(743) 










Cedrene 


.... 





237 


.... 




A., 39, 249; 48, 37 






.... 


n 


249-260 




Gladstone 


25,1 


26, 563 


" 




.... 


JJ 


250-260 







.... 


26, 972 


jj - 








260 




TVTnir 




37 680 


Heveene 




I 


255-265 




Bouchardat 


B. S. [2], 24, 108 


29, 86 




Conimene 


.... 





264 




Stenhouse & Groves 


A., 180, 253 


29, 175 




Para-copaiva oil 







252 p. d. 




Posselt 


A., 69, 69 


J., 2, 455 


From copaiva 


.... 





250 




Soubeiran & Capi- 


















taine 






maracaibo balsam 


.... 





250-260 




Strauas 


J., 21, 795 




gurgun balsam 







255 


.... 


Werner 


J., 15, 461 




drybalanops camphora 







255-270 




Lallemand 


J., 12, 503 




cascarilla oil 


.... 





254 




Gladstone 


17,1 




patchouli oil 




1) 


254 

















JJ 


257 












j, n n 




JJ 


260 











cubebs oil 







220-250 






J. [1870], 190 




j> jj n 


.... 





250-260 






.... 


ii., 172 


it n " 


.... 





262-263 






B., 8, 1357 




n n jr .... 


.... 


n 


264-265 




Oglialora 


G. I., 5, 469 


30, 643 


jj n ."* .... 







250-260 




Schmidt 


B., 10, 189 


32,345 


jj jj jj 


.... 





260 




Gladstone 


17,1 




cedar oil 


.... 


jj 


252 




,j 




25,6 


vitivert oil 


.... 




255 










clove oil 


.... 





247-250 u. c. 


.... 


Church 


J. [1876], 398 


28, 114; 29,6 








253'9 c. 













.... 





142-143 




Ettling 


Watts' Diet. 




JJ JJ 'jy .... 


.... 





249 


.... 


Gladstone 


17, 1 




n jj 


.... 




251 




Williams 


J., 11, 442 




sandal-wood oi? 




n 


260 


.... 


Chapoteant 


B. S. [2], 37, 303 


44,76 


rosewood oil 


.... 


n 


249 




Gladstone 


17,1 




calamus oil 






260 




jj 






jj r> jj 




a 


255-258 




Kurbatow 


A., 173, 1 




laurus nobilis . 


.... 




250 


.... 


Bias 


J., 18, 569 




,, sage oil.... 


.... 


n 


abt. 260 




Muir 




37, 679 




hemp oil 


.... 




256-258 


Liquid 


Valente 


G. I., 10, 479 


40, 284 


myrtus pimenta 


.... 


jj 


255 




CEser 


J., 17, 534 


iv., 647 


salviol .... 


.... 




264-271 




Liguira and Muir 




33, 297 




(?) 




B 


249-260 




Gladstone 




25,6 


santonic acid 


.... 


C 15 H 26 


110-112 (5) 




Cannizzaro & Amato 


B., 7, 1104 


28, 163 








235-245 ; 
















(o. p.) 










Quindecone 


.... 





220 


.... 


t 


A., 147, 255 






(?) 


.... 


jj 


248-252 




Gal 


C. R, 68, 408 


vi., 902 


Pentadecine .... 




CWa, 


230-240 


Liquid 


Bauer 


A., 137, 249 


vi., 903 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING- TWO ELEMENTS. 



81 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watt's Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 






C H, 


223-228 




Bauer and Verson 


A., 147, 252 ; J., 
















1,337 




Triamylene 




CTT 


245-248 




Bauer 


J., 14, 660 


vi., 122 


Pentadecane ... 


Me.(CH 2 ) 13 .Me 


15 30 


270-5 (760) ; 


10 


Krafft 


B., 15, 1701 


42, 1272 






15 32 


194 (100) ; 
















173 (50) ; 
















160 (30) ; 
















144(15); 
















137 (11) 
















255-260 




Pelouze & Cahours 


J. [1863], 530 


iii., 181 






)i 


258-262 


Liquid 




J., 16, 524 


vi., 903 




From cast iron 




258 




Cloez 


C. R, 85, 1003 


34, 482 


Diacetenylphenyl .... . 


Ph.0 : C.C : C.Ph 


C 16 H IO 




97 


Glaser 


A., 154, 159 






Pyrene (phenylenenaphtha- 


|"1 TT * fl TT 

^10 J - 1 6 * ^6 J=L 4 





s. a. 360 


142 


Grebe 


Z. C. [2], 7, 22 ; 


24, 118,690; 


lene) 












A., 158, 285 


vii., 1027 


11 i* 


.... 







148-149 


Fittig and Gebhard 


B., 10, 2143 


34, 432 


., 11 









149-150 


Goldschmiedt and 


W. A., 83, 7 


40,824 












Schidt 






11 11 


.... 







148-149 


Hintze 


G. J. C., 1877 




,, 


.... 







147-149 


Goldschmiedt and 


M. C., 4, 237 


44, 1003 












Wegschneider 






,1 n 




11 




149 


Smith and Davies 




37, 413 


11 11 


.... 





260 (60) 


.... 


Fittig & Liepmanu 


A., 200, 1 


38, 400 


11 11 




i 




170-180 


Laurent 


A.C. [9], 66, 136 


iv., 754 


(?) 


.... 


C 16 H IO or 




181-186 


Ador and Crafts 


C. R, 88, 1355 


36, 940 


Phenyl naphthalene 


C 10 H 7 .Ph 


C 16 H 12 




95-96 c. 


Smith 


B., 12, 2051 


38, 125 





)) 


11 




101-102 





B., 12, 1396 


38, 262 


11 11 


11 


11 


.... 


101-102 c. 


Smith & Takamatsu 




39, 549 


11 


1 


11 


a. 340 




Grsabe 


B., 6, 66 




i, 


11 


11 




104-105 





B., 7, 782 


27, 989 ' 


Pseudophenanthrene 


.... 


B 




115 




A., 191, 295 




From coccinin 


.... 


11 




186-187 


Fiirth 


B., 16, 2170 


46,84 


carmin .... 




11 




186 


11 


B., 16, 2171 





carminic acid 




11 




183-188 


Liebermann & v. 


A., 163, 112 


25, 706; vii., 












Dorp 




368 


Diphenylbutine 


PhC . CH 


11 


345-346 


101-101-5 


Breuer and Zincke 


B.,11, 1403,1995; 


34, 890 




HC .CPh 










B., 14, 1896 ; 
















A., 216, 301 




Atronol 




C 16 H 14 


325-326 c. 


1. 18 


Fittig 


A., 206, 52 


40, 426 




Dimethylanthracene 


MeC 6 H 3 :CjH 2 :C 6 H 3 Me 


11 




abt. 200 


Van Dorp 


B., 5, 676; A., 


vii., 84; 27, 63; 














169, 207 


25, 1006 











210-220 




Senff 


A., 220, 225 


46, 427 





C 2 H 2 |C 12 H 6 Me 2 


11 




224-225 


Wachendorff and 


B., 10, 1482 


34, 232 












Zincke 






,, {.) .... .... 


.... 







280 


Sadtler & McCarter 


A. C. J., 1, 30 


40, 1129 


Ethylanthracene 


/"I TT * f~\ TTTT^J- ft TT 


11 




60-61 


Liebermann & Tobias 


B., 14, 803 


40, 737 


ij 





11 




60-61 


Liebermann 


A., 212, 109 


42, 863 


Ditolylacetylene 


Me.C 6 H 4 .C = C.C,H 4 .Me 


11 


.... 


136 


Goldschmiedt and 


B., 6, 1505 


27, 371 












Hepp 






From isatropic acid 


.... 


11 


320 




Fittig 


B., 12, 1739 


38, 120 


acetophenone .... 


.... 


11 




49-49-5 


Thorner & Zincke 


B., 13, 645 




Pyrene hexhydride 




Ci 6 H 16 


.... 


127 


Grsebe 


A., 158, 296 


24, 691 ; vii., 
















1028 


Ethylenedibenzyl 


Ph(CH 2 ) 2 .C,H 4 .CH:CH 2 


11 


287-295 




Bernthsen & Bender 


B., 15, 1984 




Dimethylstilbene .... (1.4), 


Me.C,H 4 .CH I CH.C 6 H 4 Me 


a. 300 


176-177 


Goldschmiedt and 


B., 6, 1504 


27, 371 










Hepp 






Ethylstilbene 


PhCH : CH.C 6 H 4 Et = 1.4 


.... 


89-90 


Sollscher 


B., 15, 1681 


42, 1292 


Ditolylethylene 


CH 2 :C(C 6 H 4 Me) 2 


11 


304-305 


Liquid 


Hepp 


B., 7, 1413 


28, 361 


Distyrene 




11 


310-312 




Fittig 


B., 12, 1743 


38, 121 









11 


a. a. 300 p.d. 


Liquid 


Krakau 


B., 11, 1260 




11 




11 


a. 300 p.d. 


Erlennieyer 


A., 135, 122 





82 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference, 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Distyrene 

(?) 


Ph.CH(CH 2 ) 2 .CHPh (?) 


C 16 H 16 

(?) 

)) 
)> 

) 


VieB-is 
ji 




)1 

) 




3) 

n 



Cl 6 H 24 

CifiHze 

Cl6 H 2S 

J 

C 16 H 30 

C 16 H 32 (?) 

j 


)i 

) 

^16^34 

) 
U 
)) 
)> 


i 

C 17 H 14 

1 
)) 


Ci 7 H, s 
C 17 H 20 


i> 


310-312 u.c. 

320 c. (o.d.) 
291-292 (570) 
320-323 

296 
297-300 
295-298 

293-395(723) 
abt. 300 

293-295 
300-303 

293-297 
290-295 

248 
260-270 
260 
280 
280-285 
250 d. 
275 
274 
275 
154-155 (15) 
283-285 
280 
287-5 c.(760); 
208-5 (100) ; 
187-5(50); 
174(30); 
157-5(15) ; 
151 (11) 
abt. 280 
278 
276-280 
278 
277-279 

263 
270-280 
320-350 
330-340 
345 
315 

296-297 
308 
310 


Liquid 
117 

119 

Liquid 
178-179 

Liquid 
Liquid 
Liquid 

1. f. m. 
127-5-128-5 

123-5 
124 

31 
125 

1. 20 

25 

4 
41^2 

18 

21 
14 
19-20 
Liquid 

64 
58-6 
59 
55 

83-84 

60-5 


Erdmann 
Engler aud Leist 

Badziszewsky 
Liebermann and 
Laudshoff 
Liebermann 
Angeblis and 
Anschutz 

Vollrath 
Friedel & Balsohn 
Fischer 
Haiss 
Grsebe 
Thorner and Zinck6 

Engler and Bethge 
Radziszewsky 
Sollscher 
Louise 
Jacobsen 
Oliveri 
Fittig, Ahrens, and 
Mattheides 
Walter 
Austin 
E6nard 

Chydenius 
Bouis 
Dumas and Peligot 
Lasarenko 
Chydenius 
Krafft 

Berthelot 
Krafft 

Pelouze & Cahours 
Schorlemmer 
Cloez 
Zinck6 
Eichler 
Lachowicz 

j 
Berthelot 
Prot6 
Miguel 
Vincent and Eoux 

)i ) 
Michael 

Friedel, Crafts, and 
Ador 


A., 216, 187 
B., 6, 256 

B., 6, 494 
B., 14, 457 

A., 212, 78 
B., 17, 165 

Z. C. [2], 2, 489 
B. S. [2], 35, 52 
B., 7, 1193 
B., 15, 1474 
B., 7, 1627 
B., 11,1990 

B., 7, 1127 
B., 7, 142 
B., 15, 1681 
C. B., 95, 1163 
B., 14, 2112 
G. I. [1882], 158 
B. S. [1868], 464 

A. C. [3], 1,498 
B. S. [2], 32, 12 
A. C. [6], 1, 223 
A., 139, 246 
A., 143, 268 

A. C. [2], 624 
B., 7, 125 
A., 143, 267 
B., 16, 3018 
A., 136, 265 
B. S [2], 9 
B., 15, 1702; B., 
16, 3022 

C. R, 57, 62 
P. E. S., 16, 367 
C. E., 85, 1003 
A., 152, 16 
B., 12, 1882 
A., 220, 168 

J) 

B. S. [2], 9 
C. E., 76, 639 
B. S. [2], 25, 2 
B. S. [2], 40, 163 

) 

A. C. J., 1, 312 
J. [1878], 402 


C. E., 88, 880 


44, 475 

40, 609 

42,862 
46, 753 

v., 869 
40, 260 
88, 155 
42, 1071 
28, 457 
36, 318 

28, 65 

42, 1292 
44,323 
42, 188 
42,853; 46, 150 
42, 853 

i., 818 
38, 107 
46, 844 

vi., 421 
iv., 172 
i., 838 

vi., 421, 710 
46, 572 

vi., 741 
42, 1272 

vi., 421 
24,896;vii.,891 
34, 482 
vi., 877 
38, 229 
46, 166 


vi., 741 
26, 891 
30, 407 
46, 609 



40, 1150 
36, 713 




J) 

C 6 H 4 ! C 2 H 3 Et ' C 6 H 4 

)j 
C 6 H 4 .CHMe.C 6 H 4 .CH.Me 


Ethylanthradihydride 


Dimethylanthracenedihydride 

Ditolylethane 

5) "" "" 



J) 

Dibenzylethane (?) 
Diphenylethylmethylme- 
thane 
Dimethyldiphenylethane .... 

Ethyldibenzyl 
Benzylmesitylene 
Dixylyl 


(CH 2 ) 2 :(C 6 H 4 .Me) 2 
=1.4; 13 
Me.CH(C 6 H 4 Me) 2 
=U-4) 2 
MeCH(CH.,.Ph) 2 
CPh 2 EtMe 

CHPhMe-CHPhMe 

)J 

Ph(CH 2 ),,C 6 H 4 Et=l-4 
C 6 H2.Me 3 .CH 2 Ph =1.3.5.6 
(C 6 H 3 Me 2 ) 2 = (1.2.5) 2 
= (U.3) 2 
= (?.1.3) 3 

C 5 H n .C 6 H u =1.3(?) 

From azelaic acid 
Me.(CH 2 ) 14 .Me 

)i 
> 

From cast Fe 
C 8 H 17 .C 8 H 1? 
j 
j) 
Secondary 

C 10 H 7 .CH 2 Ph 

> 
C 10 H 7 .CHjPh 

)I 

Pr3C 6 H 4 CH:CHPh 
C 6 H 3 .Me.Pr.CH 2 Ph 

H 

C 6 H.Me 4 .CH 2 Ph 








Diisoamyl benzene 
Dioctene 


From animal oil 
Getine .... 


Metaoctylene .... 


Cetene 










Polyethylene .... 


Hexadecane 






,, 








i, 
Benzylnaphthalene 

a-Benzylnapthalene 

0- 

Isopropyl stilbene 
Benzylcymene 


Benzylduryl 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



83 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Heptadecane .... 


Me.(CH 2 ) 15 .Me 
CioH 6 .CH . CH.C 6 H 4 


C]7H 36 

C, S H 12 


51 
> 





> 
D 

Ci 8 Hi2(Ci6H 10 ) 
Ci 8 H 14 




jj 


) 
> 


;j 



jj 
Ci 8 H 18 


j 
jj 
jj 




jj 
Ci 8 H 20 

jj 
j? 
j 

jj 

Ci 8 H., 

j 
Ci 8 H 32 
CisH 36 

jj 


303 (760) ; 
223 (100) ; 
201-5 (50) ; 
187-5 (30) ; 
170- (15) ; 
163-5 (11) 

a. 360 

a. 360 
a. 360 

a. 400 
b. 440 

a. 360 
a. 360 

404^42T 

383 (760) 
250 (45) 
360 
abt. 360 
363 
b. p. of Hg. 
360 
390 

b. p. of Hg. 

335 

286 

293u.c.;305c. 
167-170 
330-340 

17!> (15) 


22-5 

275 
2^8-250 
248 
247-248 
248 

245 

230-235 
200 
196 
122 
181-186 
205 c. 
201 u.c. 
=205 c. 
205 
205 
205 

206 
205 
205-207 u.c. 
212-213 c. 
206-208 u.c. 
205 

abt. 85 
85 
85 
98-99 

95 
98-99 
95 
98-5 

57 

57 
105-106 

Liquid 
157 
134-5 
Liquid 

123 

126 

18 


Krafft 

Schorlemmer 
Liebermann 
Prunier 
Adler 
Goldschmiedt and 
Schidt 
Grbe & Bungener 

Laurent 
Berthelot 
Schultz 
Burg 
Ador and Crafts 
Eiese 
)> 

Abebjanz 
Schultz 

jj 

Earth and Schreder 
Meyer and Kosicki 
Carnelley 

jj 
Schmidt and Schultz 

Schultz 

jj 
Schmidt and Schultz 
Fehling 

Berthelot 

Wahlforss 
Fritzche 
Ekstrand 

Liebermann and 
Tobias 
Liebermann 
Hepp 

jj 
jj 
j 
Liebermann and 
Walder 
Albright, Morgan, 
and Woolworth 
Galle 
Glaus 
Prunier 

Kiafft 


B., 15, 1687 

Ch. Garb. Comp. 
A., 158, 299 
A. C. [5], 17, 5 
B., 12, 1891 
W. A., 83 [2], 7 

B., 12, 1079 

A. C. [2], 66, 136 
B. S. [2], 22, 437 

)J 

B., 9, 1208 
B. S., 34, 532 
A., 164, 170 
Z. C. [2], 6, 192, 
735 
B., 9, 10 
A., 174, 230 
B. S. [2], 22, 437 ; 
B., 6, 415 
B., 11, 1338 
B., 11, 2172 

A., 203, 124; B., 
11, 1755 
B., 6, 416 
A., 174, 233 
A., 203, 129 
A., 106, 388 
J. [1858], 440 
J. [1867], 39 
Z. C. [2], 5, 73 
J. p. C., 75, 281 
B.S.[2],24,55;B., 
9,855 ;A.,185,7 

B., 14, 802 

A., 212, 107 
B., 7, 1416 

jj 
B., 7, 1417 
B., 7, 1414 
B., 14, 462 

C. R., 86, 887 

B., 16, 1747 
J. F. P., 25, 269 
C. R, 76, 98 ; A., 
145, 72 
B. 16,3024 


42, 1272 

4,692 ;vii., 337 
36, 1027 

40, 824 

36, 807 

i., 958 
28, 760 

jj 
31, 96 
36, 940 
26,63 
vii., 139, 945 

28, 150, 760 

36,66 
36, 466 
37, 705 

jj 
40, 435; 36, 163 

26, 888 
28, 151, 760 
40, 435 
v., 97 ; vi , 993 
vi., 32 
vi., 993 
jj 
jj 
29,86; 32,497; 
30, 514 

40, 737 

42, 863 
28, 361 

jj 

28, 361 
40, 609 

34, 664 
44, 1092 
rii.4016; 26,487 
46, 572 


Chrysene 














(C 6 H 4 ) 3 
C 6 H 4 .Ph 2 =1.4 

)) 
V 

: 
" 

) )) 

'5 ' 

)) 

5 )) 

)) 

C 6 H 4 .(Ph) 2 . =1.2 (?) 

J) 

5) 

/C(C 4 H.) 
CeH 4 g >C 6 H 4 r 


Isochrysene (triphenylene) .... 


c?) 
(?) 

Diphenyl benzene 

,, ,, 

i ,, .... .... 

,, . .. 

M JJ 

j, 



,, 


Isodiphenyl benzene 
j, 
.... .... 
Retene 










Isobutylanthracene 

Tetramethyl stilbene 

jj jj 

:J J> 

Diethyl stilbene .... (1.4) 2 
Isobutylanthracene dihydride 

Hexethyl benzene 

JJ JJ 

Camphin . . 


M es .C 6 H 3 CH : GH.C 6 H 3 Me., 
=4.2.1 ; 1.2.4 
(Me 2 =1.3), 
=5.2.1 ; 1.2.5 
Et.C 6 H 4 .CH :CH.C 6 H 4 Et 
C 6 H 4 .CH(C 4 H 9 ).C 6 H 4 .CH 2 


C 6 Et 6 

)j 


Hexapropylene 
Octodecene 





M 2 



84 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Octodecane 


Me(CH 2 ) 16 .Me 


C H 


317 (760) ; 


28 


Krafft 


B., 15, 1703 


42, 1272 








236 (100) ; 
















214-5 (50) ; 
















200 (30) ; 
















181-5 (15); 
















174-5 (11) 










Diphenylenephenyl methane 


C 12 H 8 :CHPh=1.2; 1.? 


C 19 H H 


a. 360 


138 


Hemilian 


B., 7, 1208 


34, 573 


ii 


i) 







145-146 


Fischer 


B., 11, 612 





,, i. 










144 


Schwarz 


B., 14, 1522 


40, 913 





!) 1) 







145-5 


Hemilian 


B., 11, 202 


34, 431 


M u 










145-S 





B., 11, 838 


34, 738 


,. 


(?) = (?) 







145-5-146 


Miller 


B., 12, 1489 


38, 255 


W 


C 12 H 8 :CHPh=(2) 


) 




145 


Kekule and Fran- 


B., 5, 910 














chimont 






,, ,, 


)) J) 


jj 




144-146 


Behr 


B., 5, 970 




Benzyldiphenyl 


C 6 H 4 Ph.(CH 2 Ph)=1.2 


C 19 H 16 


283-287 (650) 


54 


Goldschmidt 


M. C., 2, 410 


42,202 





= 1.4 





285-286 (650) 


85 


,, 


M. C., 2, 435 





Triphenyl methane 


CH.Ph 3 





abt. 355 


92-5 


Kekule and Fran- 


B., 5, 906 


vii., 948 ; 26, 












chimont 




171 





)J 





abt. 360 


92 


Hemilian 


B., 7, 1204 













358-359 (75$) 




Crafts 


A. C., 14, 409 


42, 62 





H 







92-5 


Schwarz 


B., 14, 1526, 1942 




11 !. 








a. 300 




Fischer 


A., 194, 251 


36, 384 


,, 


a 







92-5 


Baeyer 


A., 202, 36 


38, 651 


,! 1) 








330 


92-5-93 


Schwarz 


B., 14, 1519 


40, 913 













96 


Doebner 


B., 12, 1468 




From tobacco 




C 19 H 1S 


abt. 300 


94-95 


Vohl & Eulenberg 


A. P. [2], 147,' 130 


24, 1076 




Reduction of C 19 H 14 O 









92 


Liebermann and 


B., 14, 462 


40, 609 












Landshoff 






Iso-amylanthracene 


C 6 H/? C6HlI \: 6 H 4 


C 19 H 20 




(59 


Liebermann 


A., 212, 104 


42, 862 




CH- 






j 59 


Liebermanu and 


B., 14, 796 


40, 736 










1 

j 


Tobias 














157 


Liebermann and 


B., 14, 802 






CH(C 5 H n ) 








Tobias 






dihydride 




C 19 H 22 


("350 p. d. 




Liebermann and 


B., 14, 457 


40, 609 




wUj 




(o.d.) ; 




Landshoff 












\ 291-292 




Liebermann and 


J) 











1 (570) 




Laudshoff 












'-abt. 350 p. d. 


Liquid 


Liebermann 


A., 212, 79 


42, 862 


Dimesityl methane 


CH 2 :(C 6 H 2 Me 3 ) 2 =U.2.4.6) 2 


C 19 H 24 




130 


Baeyer 


B., 5, 1098 


26, 501 ; vii., 
















534 


Helenene 




CTT 
Ir^M 




285-295 






iii., 138 


Nonodecane 


Me.(CH 2 ) 17 .Me 


C 19 H 40 


330 c. (760) ; 


32 


Krafft 


B., 15, 1704 


42, 1272 








248 (100) ; 
















226-5 (50) ; 
















212 (30) ; 
















193 (15) ; 
















185-5 (11) 












xCPh, 














Phenylanthracene 




C 20 H 14 


.... 


152-153 


Schellinger 


A., 202, 61 


38, 652 


Dinaphthyl (a-a-) 


C 10 H 7 : C, H ; 





s. b. 440 


164-155 


Smith 


35, 225 


vii., 844 


" " 


" 





a. b. p. of Hg. 


154 


Lessen 


A., 144, 78 


24, 1186 ; vi., 
















855 


" 


ii 


,, 




154 


Walder 


B., 15, 2170 




(?) 





.. (?) 




154 


Gumeschi 


G. I., 7, 24 


31, 712 


" " 








a. 300 


133 


Otto 


A., 147, 170 


32, 5G2 


Isodinaphthyl (-&-&) 


" 


" 


m. a. 440 


147 
187 


Smith 


B., 10, 1272, 1603 
35, 226 





" " 


" 


n 




186-187 





B., 9, 467 


30, 33, 393 


" " 





. 


a. 300 


187 





B., 10, 1272, 1603 


32, 562 


" " ' 







189 


Gladstone & Tribe 




41, 17 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



85 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Isodinaphthyl (-/3-/3) 


C 10 H 7 : C 10 H 7 


C2oH 14 


a. 360 


204 


Smith 




24, 1186 ; vii., 
















844 


Dinaphthyl (-a-|3) 


11 





s. b. (-a-a) 


76 


11 


35, 226, 227 




., 


n 





a. 300 


75 


11 


32, 562 




n 11 




(C 20 H 14 ) a 




250-255 





32, 560 




Diphenylenetolyl methane ... 


C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .CH.C 6 H 4 Me 


C 20 H 16 




128 


Hemilian 


B., 11,203 


34,431 


Phenylanthracene dihydride 









120-120-5 


Schellinger 


A., 202, 63 


38, 652 


Benzyl fluorene 


PhCH 2 .C f H 3 .CH 2 .C 6 H 4 


.. 




202 or 102 


Goldschmidt 


M. C., 2, 443 


42, 202 


a-Dibenzyl benzene 


8 H 4 (CH 2 Ph) 2 =(1.4) 2 


C 2 oH 18 




86 


Zincke 


B., 6, 120 ; 9, 31 


26, 631 


n- ,, 


11 


M 




83-84 


Baeyer 


B., 6, 221 




ft- 


=(1.8), 







78 


Zinckl 


B., 6, 121 ; 9, 31 


26, 631 


Tolyldiphenyl methane 


CHPh 2 .C 6 H 4 Me=1.4 





a. 360 


71 


Fischer 


A., 194, 263 


36, 385 


i) ii 


=1.3 


. ,, 




62 


Hemilian & Fischer 


B., 16, 2360 


46, 322 


11 11 


=1.2 





a. 300 


59-59-5 


Fischer 


A., 194, 282 


36, 386 


11 1! 


= J 







Liquid 


Hemilian 


B., 7, 1208 


28, 153 


Triphenyl ethane 


CH 2 Ph.CHPh 2 





a. 360 


Liquid 


Waas 


B., 15, 1128 


42, 1209 


' 
From rosamlme 

Dicuminyl (?) . .... 


CPh 3 .CH 3 


PA 


m. a. 360 
a. 360 


205 
58 


Combes 
Fischer 


C. E., 98, 678 
B., 9, 900 

A., 121, 251 


46, 837 
30, 530 






(Me.Pr.CeH3), 





335 


Solid s. b. 


Montgolfier 


A. C. P. [5], 14, 5 


34, 899 




0) 


.... 


QraHso 


254 




Mossmer 


A. Ph., 99, 257 


ii., 759 


From Resina Guaiaci Peruv. 


.... 





250-270 




Kopp 


A P. [3], 9, 103 




aromat. v. odor. 
















Paracajeputene 


.... 


P*Ha 


310-316 




Schmild 


T. E., 22 [6], 360 


i., 711 








310-315 


Liquid 


Deville 


A. C. 


i., 1086 




.... 





300 




Etard and Moissau 


B. S. [2], 34, 69 


40, 18 


H 




.... 


M 


315 




Gladstone 


17,1 






From colophony 


.... 





305-310 




Eenard 


C. R., 92, 887 


40, 739 


TT PV^PTIP 


.... 





315 




Bouchardat 


A., 37, 30 




J_LC v UCLIC 


Metaterebenthene 


.... 





abt. 360 




Berthelot 


J., 6, 524 


v., 924 








310-315 




tn\ 


ty\ 




Cinoephene .... 


.... 


I) 


315-325 




Hirzel 


.... 


11 
v., 1048 


Camphoterpene 




,. 


260-280 




Ballo 


B., 12, 324 


36, 540 


From copaiba oil 







250-260 




Straus 


A., 148, 152 


vi., 490 


balsam 


.... 





250-260 




Brix 


M. C., 2, 537 


42,65 


i. 


.... 





252-260 




11 


M. C, 2, 512 




11 11 


.... 





250 




.... 


A., 7, 157; 34, 321 




From oil of poplar 


.... 





260 


Liquid 


Piccard 


B., 7, 1485, and 


28, 1191 














C. C. [1875], 4 




0) 


.... 





255 




Werner 


Z. C. [1862], 588 


v., 1046 


0) 


.... 





315 




Gladstone 




25, 6 


Colophene dihydride 


C 20 H S2 .H 2 


CVH*| 


322 




Montgolfier 


C. R, 87, 840 


36, 328 


Dicamphene dihydride 


.... 





321 c. 




.... 


A. C. [5], 19, 150 




,1 n 


.... 





321-323-6 


94 


Letts 


B., 13, 795 


38, 669 


Dimeiithene . .... 


.... 


C 20 H 36 


320 




.... 


B. S., 31, 530 






Eikosylene .. 


.... 


CjoHss 


314-315 




Lippmann and 


B., 12, 69 


36, 447 














Hawliczek 






Tetramylene 




C 20 H 40 


390-400 




Bauer 


J., 14, 660 


vi., 123 


Eicosane 


Me.(CH 2 ) [8 .Me 


C H 


205 (15) 


36 '7 


TCraflft 


B., 15, 1718 


42, 1273 


a-Dinaphthyl methane 


(C 10 H 7 ) 2 CH 2 


C 21 H 16 


a. 360 


109 


JXUUlw 

Grabowski 


B., 7, 1606 


28, 456 


3- i) 11 










92 


Richter 


B., 13, 1728 


40, 282 


Benzyl phenanthrene 


C 14 H 19 .CHjPh 







155-156 


Goldschmidt 


M. C., 2, 432 


42, 202 


Methylphenyl anthracene .... 


Me.CH=1.4 







119 


Hemilian 


B., 16, 2367 


46, 322 




.CPh, 
C 6 H 3 Me< >C 6 H 4 
NJH ' 














Ditolylphenyl methane 


Ph.CH.(C 6 H 4 .Me) 2 


C 21 H 20 




55-56 


Thorner and Zinck6 


B., 11, 70 


34,425 


Diphenyl-p-xylylmethane .... 


Ph.,CH(C 6 H 3 Me 2 ) 







91 


Hemilian 


B. S. [2], 34, 326 


40, 434 


11 11 


" 


" 


.... 


92 


" 


B., 16, 2360 


46, 321 



















86 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibenzyl toluene 


Me.C 6 H 3 .(CH 2 Ph) a 


C 21 H 20 


392-396(760); 


Liquid 


Weber and Zinck6 


B., 7, 1153 


28, 155 








280-285 
















(30-40) 










From toluene red 


.... 





360-363 


36-40 


Rosenstiehl & Gerber 


C. R, 94, 1319 


42, 964 


Heneicosane 


Me.(CH 2 ), 9 .Me 


C 1 H 


215 (15) 


40-4 


Krafft 


B., 15, 1719 


42, 1273 


















Dinaphthyl anthrylene 


CyH.C;QCyH, 


C 22 H 12 




270 


Grabowski 


B., 11, 303 


34, 509 


Picene.... 




C H 




337-339 u.c.; 


Burg 


B., 13, 1834 


40, 179 










345 c. 


5 












518-520 


330-335 


Grsebe and Walter 


B., 14, 177 


40, 284 


Dinaphthyl acetylene 


C 10 H 7 .C : C.C 10 H 7 





a. 360 


225 


Grabowski 


B., 11, 302 


34, 509 


ethylene 


C 10 H 7 .CH:CH.C 10 H 7 


^22^16 


360 


Liquid 


Hepp 


B., 7, 1419 


28, 362 


Dixylyl benzene 


C 6 H 4 (C 6 H 3 Me 2 ) 2 


22 22 


392-396 


Liquid 


Senff 


A., 220, 225 


46, 427 


Tritolyl methane 


CH(C 6 H 4 .Me) 3 





377 


73 


Rosenstiehl & Gerber 


C. R, 94, 1319 


42, 965 


Dipentenyl benzene 


CH 2 Me.CHPh.CH.CH 2 


^22H 28 


208-212 




Dafert 


M. C., 4, 616 


44, 1094 




1 1 
















CH 2 Me.CHPh.CH.CH 2 














Bidiethyltolyl 


(CHEt 2 .C 6 H 4 .) 3 


QraHao 


a. 360 


1.0 











Docosane 


Me (CH V, Me 


ft TT 


224-5 (15) 


44-4 


Krafft 


B., 15, 1718 


42, 1273 




-*-*- I - t '. ^ v ^ J - J -2/20 














Naphthyldiphenyl methane.... 


C 10 H 7 .CH.Ph 2 


C 23 H 18 


.... 


134 ; after 


Lehne 


B., 13, 358 


38, 478 










crystalliza- 
















tion or 
















fusion 149 








, 










150 


Hemilian 


B., 13, 678; B. S., 


40, 434 














34, 326 




Tricosane 


Me.(CH 2 ) 21 .Me 


C H 


234 (15) 


47.7 


Krafft 


B., 15, 1713 


42 197 1 * 


Triphenyl benzene 


C 6 H 3 Ph 3 


C 24 H 18 




167-168 


Engler and Heine 


B., 6, 638 


^**, IAI i d 

26, 1036; vii., 
















945 


,, 








.... 


169-170 


Engler and Berthold 


B., 7, 1124 


28, 63 


,, 










169-5 


Engler 


B., 8, 394 


28, 890 


,, ,, 










172-172-5 


.... 


A., 209, 3 




Benzerythrene 


.... 







307-308 


Schultz 


B., 11, 95 


34, 323 












307-308 


Schmidt & Schultz 


A., 203, 134 


40, 435 


Didiphenyl 










T> ,1 -, a Ij J 


MP 01 C 


dd. AQ 






jj 






.1 M i LII 1 1 1 1< i ociirecier 


. V^., O, O1O 


4^, 4uJ 


From American petroleum.... 









260 


Prunier 


C. R., 88, 316 


36, 447 


Carbopetrocene 


.... 


jj 




268 





A. C. [5], 17, 28 


36, 1027 


(?) 




C 24 H b2 


215-325 




.... 


B. S., 33, 317 




Tetracosane .... 


CH (CH ^ CH 


P TT 


243 (15) 


51"! 


Krafft 


R1 K 1 >71 


_ _ 














, 1 J, 1 i 1O 




Tetraphenyl methane 


CPh 4 


^25^0 




145 


Kekul6 & Franchi- 


B., 5, 907 


26, 276 












mont 






>, 





,, 




145 


Behr 


B., 5, 970 


B 


>! ), 





11 


a. 360 


Solid 


Friedel and Crafts 


C. R, 84, 1450 


32, 864 


Diphenylphenyl methane .... 


CH 2 (C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 6 ) 2 




a. 360 


162 u. c. 


Weiler 


B., 7, 1181 


28, 152 


Triphenyl methane + benzene 


CH.(Ph) 3 .C 6 H 6 


CvPv 




76 


Kekul6 & Franchi- 


B., 5, 906 


26, 171 












mont 






,, 








Begins 80 


76-77 


Schwarz 


B., 14, 1519 


40,913 


(?) 




C 2 sH 28 


350-360 




Fischer 


B., 7, 1194 




From fluorene 




(C 26 H 14 ) n 




270 


Harpe and v. Dorp 


B., 8, 1049 


29, 242 





C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .C:C.C 6 H 4 .C J H 4 


QieHu; (?) 


a. 360 


182-183 








29, 243 





C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .CH:CH.C 6 H 4 .C f H 4 


C 26 H 18 




241-242 








;) 


Tetraphenylethylene 


Ph 2 c:cph 2 


C^ 




SSI u. c. 


Behr 


B., 3, 752; 5,27; 


vii., 1150 


" 


) 







221 


Stiidel 


A., 194,311 


36, 318 





Ji 







220 





B., 9, 562 













Impure 


214 


Friedel and Balsohn 


B. S. [2], 33, 337 


38, 558 


u .... 


JJ 






204 


Schwarz 


B., 14, 1526 


40, 913 


Dibenzyldiphenyl 


C 12 H 8 (CH 2 .C 6 H 6 ) 2 


C 26 H., 2 




113 


Wolf 


B., 14, 2032 


42, 62 


Tetraphenylethane 


Ph 2 CH.CHPh 2 







209 


Zagoumenny 


A., 184, 177; B.. 


36, 318 














9, 277 




" 





? 


.... 


207 


Stadel 


A., 194, 310 


JJ 













206 


Greebe 


B., 8, 1055 


29, 70 


' ... .... 










206 


Engler 


B., 11, 927 













.... 


207 










COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tetraphenylethane 


Ph 3 C.CH 2 Ph 


C 26 H 22 


.... 


(?) 


Anschutz 


B., 16, 2377 


46, 326 













205-206 


Thorner and Zincke 


B., 11, 67 


34, 425 


Cholesterilene a- 




C 26 H 42 




240 


Zwenger 


A, 66, 7; 69, 347 


i., 925 


0- 


.... 







255 











y~ 


.... 







127 











(a) 









68 





A., 69, 348 




(b} 


.... 







175 





A, 69, 349 . 




Cholestrone (a) 


.... 







68 


.... 


C. E., 92, 195 





(?) 


.... 







80 


Walitzky 


B., 9, 1310 


31,58 


Cholesterilene hydride 




C 26 H 44 


.... 


abt. 90 











(0 


(CH 2 Ph.C 6 H 4 ) 2 CH 2 


CjyH^ 




abt. 90 


Beeyer 


B., 6, 222 


26, 885 






O TT 




57-58 


Brodie 


A 67 210- J. 


iii., 187 






27 








1,708 












65-66 


1^ on] fr and Iviesew 


B. 6 500 


26, 1215 



















Heptacosane .. .... 


MV fOTT 1 TVTp 


O TT 


270 (15) 


59.5 


Krafft 


RT> 1714 


42 1 97s 














, i''j i i * '> 


^*", il i O 


From /3-pinacolin 




C^H^ 


.... 


213-213-5 


Thorner 


B., 9, 1743 


31, 465 


dioxyretistene 




C2sH 3U 


290-310 


.... 


Ekstrand 


B., 17, 695 


46, 1041 


anthracene 




CjgHss 


360 


.... 


Berthelot 


B. S. [2], 9 


vi., 741 


Tetratoly lethy lene 


(MeC 6 H 4 ) 2 C:C.(C 6 H 4 Me) 2 


C 30 H 23 




215 


Schwarz 


B., 14, 1529 


40, 913 


From galbanum oil 


.... 


C 3 oH 43 


255 




Mossner 


A, 119, 257 


24,260 


j 


.... 





255 


.... 


Kachler 


B., 4, 39 





chamomile oil 







250-255 


.... 


., 





11 


Melissene 


.... 


v^jjjJtlgQ 




62 




.... 


iii., 187 








370-380 


62 


R rod ip 


A. 71 156 


iii., 868 




.... 


M 




















33 '5 


Ettling 


A., 2, 259 






.... 


i* 


.... 








)J 










47 '8 


T.PWV 


A. C. [3], 5, 395 




j) 


.... 


1J 






1 Jt. \V ^ 




1) 


Hentriacontane 


Me.(CH 2 ) 29 .Me 


31 ~^^64 


302 (15) 


68-1 


K r;ilH 


B., 15, 1714 


42, 1273 


From benzene and toluene .... 


t .... 


C 32 H 2S 


404-427 




Carnelley 


37, 713 


37, 713 


Ditolyldixylybethylene 


(C 7 H 7 ) 2 .C:C(C 8 H 9 ) 3 


C 32 H 32 




244-245 




B., 14, 1532 




Tetraxylylethylene 


(CaHJrCXyCJSi), 


C 34 H 30 


.... 


244-245 


Schwarz 


B., 14, 1531 


40, 913 


Pentatriacontane 


Me.(CH 2 ) 33 .Me 


C 35 H J2 


331 (15) 


74-7 


Krafft 


B., 15, 1715 


42, 1273 


Tetraterebenthene 


.... 


C 4oH,n 




b. 100 


Biban 


C. B., 79, 389 


28, 61 


Fichtelite 


.... 


C 40 H 70 




46 




A, 37,304; 103, 
















236 




ct-Abietin .... 




C H 


295-303 






Z. C. [1866], 35 








^44 -"-eo 






..-. 






/7\ 






101 




Wurzel 


P. J. [3], 2, 789 


25, 392 











190 




J. [1847-48], 741 






.... 


45 "^72 


... 




>... 






Oil of vertivert 


Mixture (?) 


(?) 


280-283 




Gladstone 




25,3 


From chrysoquinone 









200-204 


Grsebe 


B., 7, 782 


27, 989 


Action of heat on benzene .... 









266 


Schultz 


A., 174, 201 


28, 151 


11 >! 









196 








n 


Petrocene 


Mixture (?) .... 






a. 300 


Hemilian 


C. C. [1877], 2 


32, 867 


Angustura bark oil 




11 

)1 


267 


Liquid 


Schlagdenhauflfen 


J. Ph., 4, 26, 130 


32,932 


From rosin oil 


.... 







94-95 


Kelbe 


B., 11, 2174 


36, 467 





.... 





.... 


86 








J) 


From benzene and toluene ... 







293-316 


13 


Carnelley 




37, 715 


c-Paracotene . .. 






160 




Jobet and Hesse 


A., 199, 17 


38, 325 




.... 


** 












8- 






170 










Steraoptene 








33 


Baur 


11 
D. P., 204, 258 


J) 

25, 937 


















Oil of pimento 


.... 





243 


.... 


Gladstone 




26, 2 


From preparation of dipheny! 


.... 





.... 


194 


Osten 


B., 7, 170 


27, 581 


Metanaphthalin 


.... 





325 


67 


Pelletier & Walter 


A. C. [2], 67, 267 


41, 167 


Leken from ozokerite 




CnH 2n+2 




79 


Beilstein&Wiegand 


B., 16, 1547 


44, 1073 


From lapachic acid 


.... 


(?) 


250 


b. C 10 H 3 


Patem6 


G. I., 22, 337 


44, 212 


Colophanthrene 


YeUow 


C=93'2,H= 


360 


Cryst 


B6nard 


C. B., 97, 111 


46, 83 






7-0 












.... 


White 


JI 


340 


87 











From tobacco smoke 


.... 


0=84-7 




64-5 


Kissling 


B., 16, 2432 


46, 173 






85-5 
















H=14'6- 
















15-2 













ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



(2.) CC1, CBr AND CI. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Carbon tetrachloride 


.... 


CC1 4 


78 




Regnault 


A. C. [2], 71, 383 




11 i) 


.... 





78 




Goldschmidt 


B., 14, 928 




!> 11 


.... 





77 




Kolbe 


A., 54, 146 




11 11 


.... 





78-1 (748-3) 




Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213 


37, 199 


11 11 


.... 





75-77 (724) 


.... 


Krafft and Merz 


B., 8, 1297 & 1300 




,1 i, 


.... 





75-76 (721) 


.... 


11 n 


B., 8, 1301 & 1302 




11 11 


.... 





75-76 




11 i' 


B., 8, 1303 




11 11 


.... 





77 




Riche 




37, 199 


i) 


.... 


11 


76 




Schntzenberger 


A. C. [4], 21, 350 




11 11 


. 





75-5 (739-4) 




Haageii 


P. A., 131, 117 




u 


.... 





77 




Hofmann 




37, 199 


11 ii 


.... 





76-5 (760) 




Main 


G. J. C., 1877 




11 11 


.... 





76-5 (760) 


s. 24-73 


Regnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 


iii., 135 


11 11 


... 





76 




Henry 


A. S. S. B., 1879 




11 n 


.... 





76-74 c. (760) 




Thorpe 




37, 199 


11 11 


.... 





77 




.... 




i., 765 


11 11 


.... 





77 




Plimpton & Graves 


43, 123 




11 n 


.... 





76-6 c. 


.... 


Thorpe 




35, 545 


11 11 


. 





76-9 c. 




Perkin 




45,532 


11 11 


.... 





76 


.... 


Bolas and Groves 


24, 779 


vii., 324 


11 11 .... 


.... 





76-4-76-5 u.c 




Brown 




39, 206 


11 11 







76-45-76-6 u.c 




11 




39, 211 


11 11 


.... 





76-45-76-6u.c. 









39, 306 


11 11 " 

Dichloracetylene 
Tetrachlorethylene 


CC1.ICC1. 

cci 3 :cci 2 


C 2 C1 2 
C S C1 4 


75-4, 285 -3c.t. 
175-200 
122 


175-200 
b. 18 


Pawlewski 
Regnault 


B., 16, 2633 
A. C. [2], 71, 353 


46, 252 
1., 768 
i., 767 


11 .... 





11 


123-9(761-9) 




Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213 ; 
















P. A., 76, 458 







11 


11 


116-7 




Geuther 


A., 107, 212 


28, 746 


11 








122 




Ruoff 


B., 9, 1498 




i, 





11 


121 




Bourgoin 


B., 8, 548 ; C. R., 


28, 746 














80, 971 













118 


.... 


Goldschmidt 


B., 14, 929 







11 


,, 


120 (725) 


.... 


Krafft and Merz 


B., 8, 1297 & 130' 




11 .... . .... 
Hexachlorethane 


CC1 3 .CC1 3 


^ C 1 ! 


ISO 

182 


160 


Briihl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 
i., 766 


11 .... .... 


11 





172 


162 


Regnault 




36, 212 





11 





182-5 u. c. 




Krafft and Merz 


B.,8, 1297 & 1300 




" 





a 




179 c. 


Geuther 




36, 212 


i, .... .... 


11 







182 


Smith and Davis 


41, 414 




11 


11 







182-183 


Hiibner and Miiller 


Z. G, 6, 328 


vii., 258 


i 


11 





.... 


181 


Ruoff 


B., 9, 1497 & 1500 




11 


1) 


11 


.... 


181 


i. 


B., 9, 1498 & 1499 




" 





11 


.... 


182 


11 


B., 9, 1490 




" 


" 







180 


11 


B., 9, 1486 




11 





11 


183-5-184-5 


185-186 u.c.; 


Hahn 


B., 11, 1737 


36, 212 








u. c.; 
















187-51-188-43 


87-71-188-75 














c. (760) 


c. 








' 


n 


i, 




84-5-185 u.a; 


11 


11 


n 










186-85-187-4 
















c. 








11 










153-5 


Geuther and Stapff 


J. Z., 6, 228 


vii., 479> 


11 .... .... 


" 


11 


182 (o. p.) 


160 


Naumann 


B., 4, 646 


24,879 


11 
n .... .... 


11 


" 


100 (31) 
78 (13-5) 


.... 


n 
11 


11 
11 


11 


11 





11 


15(1) 




11 


11 


B 


11 .... 


" 


11 


181 


.... 


Stredel 


Z. C. [2], 8, 515 


25, 394 


" 








For b. p. table 
















see Part III. 











COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 



89 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Octochlorpropane 


CCl3.CCl2.CCl, 


C 3 C1 8 


268-269 (734) 


abt. 160 


Krafft and Mullet 


B., 8, 1298 


29, 540 


,, 


11 


Jl 


280 


Liquid 


Cahours 


A., 76, 283; J.,3, 
















496 




(?) 


.... 


C 4 C1 3 


a. 200 


Liquid 


Puchot 


A. C. [5], 28, 507 


46, 167 


Perchlormesol 
Perchlormecy leu e .... *. 


... 


C 4 C1 6 
C 5 C1 8 


283-284 (733) 39 
d. 270 39 


Krafft 
Ost 


B., 10, 804 
J. p. C., 27, 294 


32, 727 
44, 796 


Hexachlorbenzene .... / .... 


.... 


C 6 C1 6 


222 


Klepl 


J. p. C., 28, 193 


46, 447 


,, .... .... 


.... 


11 




223 


Smith and Davis 


41, 414 









1) 




225 


Ladenburg 


B., 5, 789 


26, 167 ; vii., 
















142 







1J 




225 


) 


B., 6, 32 


26, 499 


,, 




11 


306-^07(72.?) 


25 


Krafft and Merz 


B., 8, 1302 & 1303 


29, 540 


,, .... .... 


.... 


11 


310 u.c. (733) 




Krafft 


B., 10, 801 ; 32, 727 


,, .... .... 


.... 


11 


326 c. 


226 


Berthelotand Jung- 


Z. C. [2], 4, 565 ; vi., 267 












fleisch 


J., 21, 354 







.... 


11 




220 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 5, 183 


I, 












berg 






,, .... .... 




11 


331 c. 


226 


Jahn 




n 


j, .... .... 


.... 


M 




231 c. 


Basset 


J., 20, 608 




,, .... .... 




1) 




220 


Muller 


B., 5, 790 







.... 


11 


309 (721-5) 


223 


Euoff 


B., 9, 1485 & 1491 




,j .... .... 







310 (725) 


223 





B., 9, 1486, 1488, 
















and 1498 




,, .... .... 




)) 




222 


ii 


B., 9, 1487 




,, .... .... 


.... 


J 


310 (727) 


223 


>! 


B., 9, 1490 & 1499 




,, .... .... 




1) 


310 (721) 


224 


I) 


B., 9, 1492 




., .... 


.... 


?) 


310 (720) 


223 


II 


B., 1500 







.... 


> 


309 (724-5) 


223 


II 


B., 9, 1493 & 1494 




> .... 


.... 





310 (724) 


224 


II 


B., 9, 1493 & 1495 




11 .... .... 


.... 


i? 


309-5 (725) 


223 


II 


B., 9, 1497 












309 (722) 


223 


1J 


B., 9, 1499 




Octochlornaphthalene 


.... 


C 10 C1 8 




SOS 


)! 


B., 9, 1487 


31, 300; 32, 901 


,, .... 









172 


Laurent 


ii 




,, 


.... 


)> 


403 p. d. 


135 


Berthelot and Jung 


A. C. [4], 15, 332 


32, 901 ; vi., 












fleisch 




847 


Decachlordiphenyl .... 


t/ljC|iC/^3| 


C^Cl,,) 




not at 270 


Euoff 


B., 9, 1491 


31, 300 


Chlorinated toluene 




C^Cl^ 




152-153 


Smith 


J., 1877, 420 


38, 387 


Carbon tetrabromide 




CBr 4 




89 


Gessner 


B., 9, 1508 




i> 




1 




90-1 


Hamilton 




39,48 







)) 




91 


Bolas and Groves 


A.,156, 60; 160,171 


23, 164 


i ii 




11 


189-5 (760) 






24, 780 


vii., 257 


11 ii 




Jl 


189-5 




Henry 


A. C. [5], 30, 266 


46, 718 





.... 







92 


Hofmann 


B., 15, 767 




11 11 







188-189 


92-5 


Schaffer 


B., 4, 369 




1J 11 




V 


for b. p. table 


see Part III. 








Tetrabromethylene 


CBr 2 :CBr 2 


C^r, 


.... 


50 


Lennox 


J., 14, 653 




11 


,, 


) 




50 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 253 


26, 625; vii., 828 


i, .... .... 


)1 


> 




50 


Lowig 


A., 3, 292 


i-, 764 


11 .... .... 


11 


J5 




53 


Merz and Weith 


B., 11,2240,2243 


36, 302 


Hexabrometliane 


CBr 3 .CBr 3 


C s Br r , 


d. 170 


Solid 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 253 


26, 625 


Hexabrombenzene 




C s Br 8 




a. 300 


Gessner 


B., 9, 1049 


30, 511 


., 




15 




a. 300 


Merz and Weith 


B., 11, 2240 








11 




306-308 




M., 2, 196 




., 




11 




a. 310 


Gessner 


B., 9, 1505 


31, 300 







11 




315 




J. R., 9, 214 




Carbon tetraiodide .... 




CI 4 


d. 100 


Solid 


(?) 


A.,172,173;J.R, 
















6,109 





90 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 
(3.) CO AND CS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Carbon monoxide 




CO 


Gas 










,, 




it 


non-cond. 




Wroblewski and 


M. C., 4, 415 


44, 952 








136 (150 




Olszewski 












ats.) 










i) jj 




i) 


193 




Wroblewski 


C. R., 98, 982 


46, 817 


Carbon dioxide 


o:c:o 


CO 2 




78 


Thilorier 


A.C. [2], 60,427 




JJ JJ 


.... 







56-5 to 58 


Faraday 


P. T. [1845], 155 




,, 


.... 


T 




78-2 


Berthelot 


B. S. 




U JJ " 




1) 


78-2 (760) 




Begnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 


iii., 84 


i, 




> 


78-2 




Jarolimek 


M. C., 3, 835 


44,418 


11 )1 




) 


80 (760) 




Pictet 


1878 




M 55 .... 


.... 





80 




Cook 


C. C. P., 592 




n ,, 


.... 


n 


cond. 65 




Pictet 


C. N., 36, 281 


34, 10 








(4 to 6 ats.) 










,, 







10-6 (60 ats.) 




Davy and Faraday 


30, 248 







.... 


it 


28-3 (70-39 




Hartley 


J 










ats.) 










1 


vapour tension table 


Tl 


See Part III. 










Carbon monosulphide 




CS 




Solid 


Sidot 


C. R, 81, 32; 


28, 1236 














B.,8,982;Z.C. 


i 










[1868], 622 


Carbon disulphide 


s:c:s 


CS, 


46-6 (760) 


Gay Lussac 


P. M. [4], 29, 4 


37, 364 


jj jj 







46-9 (753) 


Marx 


Sw. J., 62, 460 




JJ JJ 




>1 


46-2 (769) 


Andrews 


P. M. [4], 29, 4 


37,364 


J J> 




'5 


45 




Couorbe 


A. C. [2], .61, 232 









J7 


47-4 (760) 




Friedburg 


C. N., 47, 52 


44, 535 


)J JJ 







47'9 (755-8) 




Pierre 


C. E., 27, 213 


iii., 84 


)* > 




JJ 


46-2 (760) 




Eegnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 


iii., 135 


jj 51 .... 


.... 


V 


46 (760) 




Buff 


A. Sup., 4, 129 


37, 364 


J JJ 


.... 


1) 


47-7 (745-5) 




Haagen 


P. A., 131, 117 




JJ 




JJ 


46 




Braun 


C. C. [1875], 810 


29, 979 


)J JJ 




JJ 


46-04 c. (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 363 




>J J) 




>J 


20 (298) 




Brown 




39, 209 


,, ., 




JJ 


45-1 (736) ; 




Jones 




33, 180 








45-5(744-5); 
















46-0 (752) ; 
















46-1 (760) ; 
















46-2 (762) 










1) JJ 


.... 


J 


46-8 




Cossa 




vi., 1061 


JJ JJ 


.... 


JJ 


47 (768-5) 




Schiff 


G. J. C., 1881 




) J 




J 




110 


Wroblewski and 


C!. E., 96, 1225 


44,781 












Olszewski 






1) )J 




JJ 


43 




Ramsay 


35, 471 




H ) 




JJ 


46-6 


.... 


Berthelot 




35, 544 


,, ,, 




JJ 




-12to-13(?) 


Wartha 


B., 3, 80 ; 4, 180, 


via., 265 














221 




> 


.... 


J 


46 




Pictet 


P. M. [5], 1, 477 


31, 163 


"- . 




J) 


271-8 c. t. 




Sajotschewsky 


Wied. A. B. 


45, 139 














[1879], 741 




1) 


.... 


JJ 


b. p. table 


see Part III. 








Penta carbon disulphide 




C 6 S 2 




135 


Eaale 


N. R. P., 19, 449 


vii., 265 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TWO ELEMENTS. 
(4.) CN. 



91 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Cvanoflren 


N i C.C : N 


C 2 N 2 




34-4 


Faraday 


P. T. [1845], 155 


li., 276 








21 




Henry 


B., 6, 737 


26, 1129 







?j 


20 


21 to 40 


Cooke 
Hofmann 


C. C. P., 592 
B., 3, 658 


vii., 416 








Cond. 22 




Loir and Drion 


B. S., 1, 184 


ili., 97 








Cond. ord. 




Davy and Fr.rada 


P. T. [1823], 19G 


ii., 275 








temp.(4ats.) 
Cond. 35 


s.b. 30 


Bunsen 


P. A., 46, 101 






} 


? 


to 40(o.p.) 
20-7(760) 
12-5 (v. t. 





Niemann 


P. A., 46 


ii., 275 




vapour tension table 




4 ats.) 
see Part III. 



























92 



II. COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 

CFiF. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethyl fluoride (?) 


Et.F 


C 2 H 5 F (?) 


abt. 10 


Liquid 


Landolph 


C. R., 86, 1463 


34, 774 


M 


i) 


jl 


10-15 




V 


B., 12, 1586 


38, 28 


Arayl fluoride 


(impure) 


C 5 H n F 


72-92 




Young 




30, 497 


Fluobenzene 


(only phenol., see 46, 426) 


C 6 H 5 F 


182-183 


40 


Schmidt and Gehm 


J. p. C. [2], 1, 394 


24, 369; 42, 615 


5, .... .... 


PhF 


JJ 


85-86 


L 20 


Paterno and Oliveri 


G. I., 13, 533 


46, 426 


Fluotolueue 


C 6 H 4 .Me.F = 1.4 


C 7 H r F 


114 


Liquid 





)) 


11 



CHOI. 



Trichlormethane (chloroform) 




CHC1 3 


61 




Kegnault 


A.C. [2], 71,381 


i., 919 


55 i 







61-1-61 '2 




Main 


G. J. C., 1877 


5 








(760) 










" > 


.... 


J) 


60-5 




Remys 


A. Ph. [3], 5, 513 


28, 439 


55 5> 




! 


62 




Eeichardt 


A. P. [3], 5, 593 


29, 363 





.... 


1) 


60 




Pictet 


P. M. [5], 1, 477 


31, 163 


15 ?5 




! 




- 70 


Berthelot 


B. S. [2], 29 


34, 263 


55 15 


.... 





60-5 (743) 




Haagen 


G. J. C., 1867 




55 55 


.... 


V 


62-63 




Werner 


A.Ph.[3],12,481 


34, 821 


55 >5 




,, 


60-8 




Regnault 


J. Ph. [4], 29, 402 


36, 747 


)) 







61-2 c. (760) 




Thorpe 




37, 196 


" >5 


.... 


)) 


62 c. 




Perkin 




45, 030 


15 )5 




J^ 


63-5(772-52); 


b. 16 


Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213 










63 (760) 










" > 




,, 


60-65 




Goldberg 


J. p. C. [2], 24, 97 


42, 28 


55 51 




)1 


62 




Rump 


C. C., 6, 34 




55 J5 







60-2 




Regnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 




55 55 


.... 


J) 


63 




Schiff 


G. J. C., 1881 


1 


5 v 


.... 


,, 


70 




Soubeiran 


A. C. [2], 48, 139 




55 > 




T 


60-8 




Liebig 


A., 1, 199 


i., 919 


" >5 


.... 


j, 


61-5 




Schall 


B., 16, 3013 


46, 551 


15 55 







260 c. t. 




Sajotschewsky 


Wied. A. [1879], 


45, 138 














741 




(methylene 




CH 2 CL 


30-5 




Regnault 


A. C. [2], 71, 378 


iii., 988 


chloride) 
















15 55 


.... 


)1 


40 


1. f. in. 






ill., 1005 


" )] 




1 


30 




.... 




}1 


15 55 


.:.. 





40 




Sakurai 


41, 362 




51 )) 


.... 


J 


40-4-42 




Perkin 


22, 260;C.N.,18, 


vi., 827, 829 












. 


106 




11 11 




11 


39-5-40-5 




Butlerow 


Z. C. [2], 5, 276 


vi., 829 


)> I) 




1i 


41-6 c. (760) 




Thorpe 


.... 


37, 194 


7) V 


.... 





40-41 




Butlerow 


A., Ill, 251 




55 ,1 


.... 


11 


40 




Perkin 




45, 527 


)I 


.... 


j) 


40-41 




Greene 


C. R., 89, 1077 


38, 307 


Methyl chloride 


.... 


CH 3 C1 


b. 18 




Dumas and Peligot 


A. C., 61, 193 


lii., 987 


51 11 .... .... 


.... 


11 


SS-7 (760) 




Regnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 




55 ,, .... .... 




|) 


20 to 22 




Berthelot 


J., 8, 599 




Trichlorethylene 


cijC : CHCI 


C,HC1, 


88 




Berthelot and Jung- 


C. R., 69, 542 


vi., 33 












fleisch 


I 


11 .... .... 


> 


n 


87-90 




Fischer 


Z. C. [1864], 268 j vl., 603 


51 .... .... 


j 


>i 


87-88 


.... 


Paterno and Pisati 


G. I., 1,461 24,1191 


t> .... .... 


M 


>i 


88 


Liquid 


Berthelot and Jung- 


A. C. [4], 26, 472 26, 996; vii., 20 












fleisch 







J 


11 


87-88 




Paterno & Oglialora 


G. I., 3, 533 27, 460 


M .... 


' 


,, 


87 


' Sabaneeff 


B. S. [2], 34, 323 40, 399 


71 .... .... 




51 


160-170 




J. [1864], 481 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Pentachlorethaue 


CC1 3 .CHC1 2 


C 2 HC1 5 


146 




Eegnault 


A. C. [2], 71, 368 


ii., 532 











153 


.... 





Z. F. G, 12, 245 


vi.,585;vii-,479 











158 


1. -18 


Patern6 


C. E., 68, 450 


vi., 584 


,, .... 








158 




Henry 


B., 4, 101 


24, 255 








C 2 HC1 5 


158 




Paternd and Pisati 


G. I., 1, 461 


24, 1191 


., 


,> 


>i 


158 




Stajdel 


Z. C. [2], 8, 513 


25, S94 








u 


158 




PaternS & Oglialoro 


G. I., 3, 533 


27, 460 











1 59-1 c. (759-9) 




Thorpe 




37, 192 


1) '* 








153-8 (763-3) 


Liquid 


Pierre 


C. E., 27, 213 


37, 192; ii.,573 





H 


., 


138-1 (400) 




Stwdel 


B.,15,2559;B.,13, 
















840 










i) 


146 (500) 















n 





152-7 (600) 


.... 










,, 


Jl 





158-5 (700) 







1! 













161-7 (760) 







JJ 




.> 


> 





163-8 (800) 







n 







H 





168-6 (900) 















1) 





172-9 (1000) 





















176-1 (1080) 


.... 










(?) 


OjCl, (?) 


(?) 




180-181 


Hubner 


A., 120, 330 


vi., 22, 585 


Acetylene dichloride 


CHC1 ; CHOI 


C 2 H 2 CL, 


55 




Berthelot 


B. S. [2], 5, 191 


vi., 33 




J) 





55 


.... 


Plimpton 


41, 397 







1) 


I* 


abt. 55 




Berthelot and Jung- 


A. C. [4], 26, 472 


25,996; vii., 19 












fleisch 















55 




Henry 


C. E., 98, 741 


46, 831 


Dichlorethylene 


CH 2 : cci 2 





35-40 




Eegnault 


A. C. [2], 69, 155 


ii., 573 





Jl 


ji 


35 


.... 


Henry 


C. R, 98, 741 


46, 831 











37 




Kramer 


B., 3, 261 


vii., 490 








j. 


36 




Baumann 


A., 163, 308 


25, 891 










35-^7 




Henry 


C. E., 97, 1491 


46, 571, 719 














C. E., 98, 518 













37 




Plimpton 


41, 397 




Acetylene tetrachloride 


CHCls-CHClj 


C,H,C1 4 


147 


Liquid 


Berthelot and Jung- 


A. C. [4], 26, 472 


vi., 33; vii., 20 












fleisch 


C. E., 69, 542 


25, 996 











124-1 (400) 


Stsedel 


A., 195, 188 










131-9 (500) 


,, 


B.,15,2563; B.,13 
















840 










M 


138-2 (600) 




., 















143-8(700) 










,1 .. 


i 





146-8 (760) i 





ii 







i, 





148-6 (800) 










,, ,, - ... 








153-2(900) 





n 




) >i 


H 





157-2 (1000) 







,) 




., 








160-2 (1080) 












,, o 


(?) 





146 




Geuther 


Z. C. [2], 7, 147 


24,513 











147 c. 




Paternd and Pisati 


G. I., 1, 461 


24, 1191 











147 


.... 


i) 


N. C. [2], 4, 401 


25, 394 


(?) ... 


-, (?) 


(?) 


153-5 




Geuther 


Z. C. [2], 7, 147 


24, 513 


Tetrachlorethane 


CC1 3 .CH 2 C1 





135 




Eegnault 


A. C. [2], 69, 162 


ii., 573 











138-6 




Pierre 


C. E., 27, 213 













133-136 


Geuther 


Z. C. [2], 7, 147 


24,513;vii.,479 











138 




Stsedel 


A., 195, 188; A., 
















80,130 













135-1 


B 


A., 195, 188 













108-1 (400) 





B., 15, 2563 


44, 303 


>. 


n 





115-7 (500) i 





B 


it 











121-9 (600) 





H 














127-5 (700) 







1) 








H 





.730-5 (760) 







,, 


n 





>< 





132-5 (800) ' 


n 





M 





I, 





136-9 (900) 





il 


" 


.. 


) 


n 


141-0(1000) 





n 


" 



04 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tetrachlorethane 


CC1 3 .CH 2 C1 


C 2 H 2 C1 4 


144-1 (1080) 




Sfcedel 


B., 15, 2563 


44, 303 


jj 


JJ 


>j 


127-5 




jj 


Z. C. [2], 8, 513 


25, 394 


jj .... 


J 





102 




Geuther 


Z. C. [2], 7, 147 


24, 513 


JJ 


J 


jj 


102 




Kegiiault 


A. C. [2], 71, 366 


25, 393; ii., 532 


Chlorethylene 


CH 2 1 CHCl 


C 2 H 3 C1 


18 to 1 


Liquid 


jj 


A., 108, 224 


ii, 573 


.... 


JJ 


1) 


17 to 1 


jj 


Kekule and Zincko 


A., 162, 125 ;B., 3, 


25, 491 














131 







J) 





17 to 16 




Sabaneeff 


B. S. [2], 34, 323 


40, 399 


Chloracetene 


]Vfixtin*6 (^) 




45 


s. 


Harnitz-Hartnitzk' 


A., Ill, 192 


25, 492 






JJ 


















45 


8. 


Kraut 


B., 3, 129 




Chlorethylene 


JJ 


(C 2 H 3 Cl) n 




a. 130 


Baumann 


A., 163, 318 


jj 
25, 891 


Dichlorvinyl chloride 




C 2 H 3 C1 3 


36 




jj 


jj 


vii., 1203 


Methyl chloroform 


CC1 3 .CH 3 


C 2 H 3 CI 3 


75 




Regnault 


A. C. [2], 71, 364 


ii.,532; vii.,479- 


jj jj 


JJ 


?) 


72-75 




Geuther 


Z. C. [2], 7, 128 


24, 515 


!) !) 


TJ 


> 


74-5 




Stwdel 


Z. C. [2], 7, 197 


24, 696 





u 


?> 


74 




jj 


Z. C. [2], 8, 513 


25, 394 


jj jj 


Jl 


? 


74-9 




Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213 




jj 


JJ 


jj 


75-3-76'3 c. 




Perkin 


45, 531 




,j j, 


)' 


) 


547 (400) 




Stsedel 


B., 15, 2563; B., 
















13,840 




,j 


JJ 





61-3 (500) 




jj 


JJ 




,J 3, 


JJ 





66-6 (600) 




'j 


JJ 




JJ JJ 


jj 


j> 


71-5 (700) 




jj 


JJ 




JJ JJ 


jj 


>j 


74-1 (760) 




jj 


JJ 




JJ JJ 


V 





75-8 (800) 




jj 


)J 




JJ JJ 


j* 


j) 


79-8 (900) 




jj 


J) 




JJ J, 


jj 


M 


83-3 (1000) 




jj 


JJ 




JJ JJ 


JJ 


jj 


86-1 (1080) 




jj 


JJ 




Chlorethylene dichloride .... 


CHC1 2 .CH 2 C1 


7) 


115 




Kegnault 


A. C. [2], 69, 153 


ii., 573 


jj u 


., 


JJ 


115 




Geuther 


Z. C. [2], 7, 147 


24,513; vii.,479- 


jj jj 


jj 


JJ 


114-8-115-3 




Perkin 


45, 531 




jj jj 


jj 


^J 


115 




Kramer 


B., 3, 261 


vii., 490 


jj u 


,, 


JJ 


115 




Stiedel 


Z. C. [2], 8, 513 


25, 394 


jj jj 


,, 


JJ 


114-2 




Pierre 


C. R, 27, 213 




U JJ 


,, 


)) 


114 




Tawildaroff 


B. S. [2], 34, 346 


40, 398 


JJ JJ 


,, 


JJ 


115 




Sabanfieff 


B. S. [2], 34, 323 


40, 399 


JJ JJ 


:, 


JJ 


92-8 (400) 




Stsedel 


B., 15, 2563; B., 
















13, 840 




II JJ 


JJ 


JJ 


99-7 (500) 




jj 


jj 




JJ JJ 


J. 


JJ 


105-6 (600) 




jj 


jj 




JJ JJ 


JJ 


JJ 


110-7 (700) 




jj 


jj 




JJ JJ 


JJ 


JJ 


113-7 (760) 




jj 


jj 




JJ JJ 


J 


)) 


115-6 (800) 




jj 


jj 




JJ JJ 


J. 


JJ 


119-8 (900) 




jj 


jj 




JJ )J 


jj 


JJ 


123-6(1000) 




jj 


jj 




JJ JJ 


11 


JJ 


126-5 (1080) 




jj 


j) 




Ethylene dichloride 


CH 2 C1.CH 2 C1 


C 2 H 4 C1 2 


82-5 (765) 




Regnault 


A. C. [2], 58, 307 


ii., 572 


jj jj 


JJ 


JJ 


85 (770) 




Dumas 


A. C. [2], 48, 196 


jj 


jj jj 


JJ 


J) 


83 (760) 




Yankland & Dobbin 




33, 546 


u u 


JJ 


JJ 


82-5 




Geuther 


J., 15, 421 


vii., 479 


jj jj 


jj 


JJ 


85 




Kramer 


B., 3, 259 


vii., 490 


u u 


j* 


JJ 


85-8 




Depretz 






u u 


JJ 


JJ 


84 




Sttedel 


Z. C. [2], 8, 513 


26, 394 


JJ rj 


JJ> 


?j 


82 




Plimpton & Graves 


43, 123 




jj jj 


JJ 


JJ 


85 




Plimpton 


41, 397 




JJ > 


?? 


JJ 


85 ; 283 c. t. 




Pawlewski 


B., 16, 2633 


46, 252 


JJ .j 


J 


JJ 


837 c. 




Perkin 




45, 528 


TJ JJ .... 


JJ 


J) 


85 




Lescoeur 


B. S. [2], 29, 483 


34, 718 


JJ JJ 


J? 


JJ 


83-5 (753-9) 




Thorpe 




37, 182 


JJ JJ 


JJ 


J) 


82-4 (765) 




Liebig 


A., 94, 245 




JJ JJ 


J 


J) 


85 




jj 


A., 10 




J JJ 


JJ 





34-92 (761-88) 




Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213 








COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Bthylene dichloride 


CHjCLCHjCl 


^2 4^ 2 


85 




Haagen 


P. A., 131, 117 







77 


)l 


85 




Maumeno 


J., 22, 346 




J, JJ 





i> 


84 '5-85 (760) 




Briihl 


G. J. C., 1880 




Jl J> 





jj 


83-85 




Sohorlemmer 




39, 144 


,j Jl 


77 





84-84-5 




Brown 


.... 


39, 209 


)> 11 


75 


i? 


647 (400) 




Stsedel 


B., 15, 2563 ; B., 
















13,840 




>! 


) 


H 


71 (500) 




u 


V 




,1 


77 


)j 


76-6 (600) 




11 


77 




11 JJ 


77 


>1 


81-5 (700) 




11 


1> 




)l 11 


) 


T) 


84'1 (760) 




11 


)) 







i) 


n 


857(800) 




11 


77 







7 


) 


89-7 (900) 




11 


75 




11 11 








93-4 (1000) 


.... 


11 


75 




Jl 11 


> 





95-9 (1080) 




11 


77 




Ethylidene 


CH,.CHClj 


5) 


64 




Eegnault 


A. C. [2], 71, 357 


ii.,531; vil.,479 


,, 


77 


)J 


58 


.... 


Wurtz and Frapolli 


C. E., 45, 1015 


ii., 599 





n 


J) 


60 




Geuther 


A., 105, 323 


33, 546 ; ii., 599 


n jj 


7 


57 


60 




Beilstein 




24,696; vii., 479 


11 11 








59 




Henry 


C. R, 97, 1491 


46, 571 


,, 


7 


) 


58 




Plimpton 


41, 397 




,, 


i 


5) 


57-8; 




Pawlewski 


B., 16, 2633 


46, 252 








254-5 c. t. 










It JJ " 


51 


) 


57-59 


.... 


Geuther 


J., 11, 289 


24, 696 


J! 





)1 


57-4-57-6 




Briihl 


G. J. C., 1880 










(751) 













77 





57-59 




Geuther and Stapf 


J. Z., 6, 228 


vii., 479 


JJ 


7> 


JJ 


60 


.... 


Kramer 


B., 3, 259 


vii., 490 


,, 


77 


JJ 


64 


.... 


Walters 


J. p. C. [2], 4, 57 


24, 923 


JJ 11 


77 





59 




Stedel 


Z. C. [2], 8, 513 


25, 394 


I) 11 


7 


) 


57-5 


.... 


Bunte 


A., 170, 305 


27, 354 


.... 


17 


TJ 


61 




Gladstone & Tribe 


C. N., 29, 212 


27,616 





77 


>1 


60 




Lescoeur 


B. S. [2], 29, 483 


34, 718 


11 11 


?I 


1 


59-9 (755) 




Thorpe 




37, 183 


1) U 





7) 


57-59 




Darling 


J., 21, 329 


11 








)) 


57-57-5 




Perkin 


45, 529 




11 1) 


J) 


) 


64-8 (754-1) 




Pierre 


C. R, 27, 213 


37, 183 


1 11 " 


) 


7 


62 




Stedel 


Z. C., 14, 197 


24,696 


11 11 


)J 


) 


39-6 (400) 




J) 


B., 15, 2563 


44, 302 


,, 


> 


77 


45-4 (500) 




77 


B., 13, 840 


77 


11 I> 


> 


) 


50-7 (600) 




7 


1) 


7) 


Jl 11 





)> 


55 (700) 




7> 


7) 


)1 





>J 


75 


57-7 (760) 




)) 


J) 


77 


11 11 


)) 


'7 


59-4 (800) 




7> 


77 


77 


11 11 





1) 


63 (900) 




77 


77 


77 


11 11 


)) 


51 


66-3 (1000) 




7> 


77 


)7 


11 11 "" 








68-5 (1080) 




7) 


7) 


75 


Ethyl chloride 


CH 3 .CH 2 C1 


C 2 H 5 C1 


11 (758) 


b. 29 


Pierre 


C. R, 27, 213 | 11., 529 


11 11 





ji 


12-18 




Linnemann 


A., 160, 214, 162, 


vii., 203 














39 




11 11 





11 


11-5 




Stsedel 


Z. C. [2], 8, 513 


25, 394 


11 11 


n 


11 


11-12 




Schorlemmer 


J., 17, 467 




11 11 





i 


12 




Thenard 






11 11 ? 





11 


10 




Pictet 


P. M. [5], 1, 477 


31, 163 


11 11 


) 


11 


11-13 




Darling 


J., 21, 328 




11 11 


> 


11 


12 


.... 


Denzel 


A., 195, 210 


36, 368 


11 n 


ii 


n 


12 




Sabaneeft' 


B. S. [2], 34, 323 


40, 399 


>! 11 


u 


u 


12-5 (760) 




Regnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 




11 11 " 


)j 


11 


182-6 c. t. 




Sajotschewsky 


Wied. B. [1879], 


45, 138 














741 




11 n 


v 


u 


-3-6 (400) 




Stsedel 


B., 13, 840 ; B., 
















15, 2563 





96 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethyl chloride 


CH 3 .CH a Cl 


C 2 H 6 C1 


+ 1-7 (500) 




Stsedel 


B., 13, 840 ; B., 
















15, 2563 




jj 


,, 


j 


6-3 (600) 










j 





jj 


10-3 (700) 












,, ., 








12-5 (760) 












jj . 


j, 


jj 


13-9 (800) 












> 


j> 


jj 


17-1 (900) 




jj 


jj 




jj j' 


jj 


jj 


20-1 (1000) 




jj 


a 




jj jj 








22-3 (1080) 







,, 




Heptachlorpropane 


.... 


C 3 HC1 7 


260 




Cahours 


A., 76, 283 ; J., 
















3,496 




Dichlorallylene 


.... 


C 3 H 2 C1 2 


78 


Liquid 


Judsou 


Z. C. [2], 7, 40 


24, 233 ; vii., 
















398 





CH 2 :c:cci s 


H 


78 


.... 


Kramer and Pinner 


A., 158. 37 


24, 557 


Tetrachlorpropylene 




C 3 H 2 C1 4 


165 




Borsche and Fittig 


A., 133, 118 


vi., 28 


Hexaqhlorpropane 


.... 


C 3 H 2 C1 6 


250 


Liquid 


Schorlemmer 




vi., 958 


jj 


.... 


JJ 


240-245 


.... 


Cahours 


A., 76, 283 ; J., 
















3,496 




Propargyl chloride 


CH ! GCHjCl 


C 3 H 3 C1 


65 




Henry 


B., 8, 398 




a-Trichlorpropylene 




C 3 H 3 C1 3 


115 




Borsche and Fittig 


A., 133, 117 


vi., 28 


I- j, 







120 




Pinner 


B., 8, 960 


29, 57 


,, 




JJ 


138-140 







B., 5, 207 


vii., 1020 


- ,, 




JJ 


142 




Prefer and Fittig 


A., 135, 361 


JJ 


Pentachlorpropane 


cci 2 : c,H a ci, 


C 3 H 3 C1 S 


194 




Borsche and Fittig 


A., 133, 116 


vi., 28 





isomeric 







Solid 


jj jj 


A., 133, 123 


,, 










220-225 


.... 


Cahours 


A., 76, 283 ; J., 
















3, 496 









C 3 H 4 C1 2 


79-85 


.... 


Friedel and Silva 


C. R., 74, 805 


25, 399 


Allylene dichloride 


Me.CCl. X'HCl 


jj 


75 




jj u 


C. R., 75, 81 


25, 805 


jj jj 








76 


.... 


jj u 


C. R., 73, 957 


25, 800 


jj 








75 




jj jj 


C. R., 74, 806 


vii., 1019 


jj jj 








77 


.... 


Lieben and Zeisel 


M. C., 4, 531 


44, 964 





jj 


jj 


78 






A., 158, 47; 179, 44 




AUylidene 


CHCLCHICHj 





84'4 




Hiibner & Geuther 


A., 114, 37 


i., 147 ; vi., 97 





j, 


jj 


85 




Romborgh 


B. S. [2], 36, 549 


42, 376 


jj 


JJ 





85 




Romborgh 


B. S. [2], 37, 98 


42, 590 


a-Dichlorpropylene 


CH 2 CLCCi:CH 2 





93 




Friedel and Silva 


C. R, 73, 957 


24, 1190 ; vii., 
















1019 


jj .... 








94 




u 


C.R., 74, 805; 75,81 


25, 805 


a- 


H 





91-97 




Glaus 


A., 170, 126 


25, 399 


"' 


,J 





94 




Reboul 


C. R, 95, 993 


44, 308 


~ )J .... .... 





jj 


94-96 




Henry 


C. R, 94, 1428 


42, 1039 


"- 


n 


jj 


95 







C. R, 95, 849 


44, 173 


a- 


JJ 


jj 


94-95 


.... 






27, 243 


,, .... .... 


JJ 





97-98 




Henry 


B., 5, 965 




P- ,, 


CH 2 C1.CH : CHC1 





101-102 p.d. 




Reboul 


J., 13, 460 


ii., 899 


.... 


JJ 





102 




Geuther 


Z. C. [1865], 26 


vi., 56 





JJ 





101 




Berthelot 


A., 155, 105 


vii., 319 


8- 





_. 


105-107 


Friedel and Silva 


C. R., 75, 85 


25, 805 ; vii., 
















101!) 


#- ! 







109 




Krestownikoff 


B., 12, 1487 


38, 235 


* ,, 








109 


Liquid 


Hartenstein 


J. p. C. [2], 7, 295 


26, 1218 


0' " 


JJ 





109-110 c. 


Liquid 


Romliorgh 


B. S. [2], 36, 549 


42, 376 


y- jj 




jj 


abt. 120 




Berthelot and Luca 


A. C. [3], 52, 438 


1, 894 


y- 


.... 


H 


120 




Borsche and Fittig 


A., 133 


vi., 97 


Allylene tetrachloride 


.... 


C 3 H 4 C1 4 


150 




Pinner 


B., 10, 1057 


32, 587 


" 


CH 2 C1.CC1 2 CH,C1 





153 




Borsche and Fittig 


A., 133, 115 


vi., 27, 97 


" " 







153 




Ganswindt 


I. D., Jena, 1873 




jj jj 


CH 3 C1.CCL,CH 2 C1 


B 


164-165 




Henry C. R.. 94. 1428 


42, 1039 


Tetrachloroglycide 







164 




Pfeffer and Fittig 


J., 18, 504 


vii., 1020 


(?) 







164 




Borsche and Fittig ! A., 133, 111 


vi., 97 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



97 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


(?) 


.... 


C 3 H 4 C1 4 


164 


.... 


Berthelot 


A., 155, 105 


vii., 319 


(?) 


.... 





161-164 







A., 155, 108 





(?) 


From acetone 





165 










n 


Allylidene tetrachloride 


.... 





171 


Liquid 


Hartensteiu 


J. p. C. [2], 7, 313 


42,376 










180 (766-4) 


Liquid 


Romborgh 


B. S. [2], 36, 549 





!! 


.... 





179-180 



















(756-6) 










Tetrachlorpropane 


.... 





179-180 



















(756-6) 













.... 


J) 




177-178 s. t. 


Schorlemmer 


P. R S., 18, 29 


vi., 958 


,, .... 


.... 


J) 


180-190 


145 


Berthelot 


A., 155, 109 


vii., 319 





.... 


1J 


195-200 




33 











.... 


3) 


195-200 


.... 


Cahours 


A., 76, 283 ; J., 
















3, 496 




n-Chlorpropylene 


CH 2 :CCl.Me 


c 3 H 5 a 


25-5 


.... 


Oppenheim 


A., 140, 204 


vi., 91 ; vii., 
















1019 











25-35 




Friedel & Ladenburg 


A., 142, 310 


vi., 826 











30 




Friedel 


J., 12, 338 













23 




Linnemann 


A., 138, 125 


vi., 967 


.... .... 








23 




Oppenheim 


J., 21, 339 







, 





25-28 




Friedel and Silva 


C. R, 74, 955 


24, 1190 





,, 





25-30 




33 


B. S. [2], 17, 532 


vii., 1019 








3 


23-25 




Reboul 


C. R, 82, 377 


29, 894 











23-25 


.... 





A. C. [5], 14, 453 


36, 128 











25 










n 





)! 





25-30 


.... 








36, 131 


p- 


CHCi:CH.CH 3 





33-35 







C. R, 82, 377 


29, 894 





J) 





35-36 


Liquid 





A. C. [5], 14, 462 


36, 128 


Allylchloride .... 


CH 2 .:CH.CH 2 C1 




44-45 




Oppeuheim 


A., 140, 206 


vi., 9i 








45-5-47 




Tollens 


A., 156, 155 










44-6 




Briihl 


A., 200, 179 


38, 296 








44-5-47 




Zander 


A., 214 










45-46 c. 




Perkin 


45, 541 










45-5 




Pawlewski 


B., 16, 2633 


46, 252 








240-7 c. t. 










Chloracetone dichloride 


CH 2 C1.CC1 2 .CH 3 


C 3 H 5 Cl 3 


122-126 




Friedel and Silva 


C. R, 74, 955 


24, 1190 


>! )1 








125 




3, 3. 


C. R, 74, 806 


25, 399; vii., 
















1018 




)( 





123-127 




Bielohoubek 


B., 9, 924 




!> ' )I 








127 




Friedel 


C. R, 59, 294 


vii., 1019 


Dichloraeetone monoehloride 


CHC1 2 .CHC1.CH 3 





137 






B. S., 34, 129 




3> 








140-145 




Berthelot 


A., 155, 105 


vii., 319 


>. 








140 




Friedel and Silva 


C. R., 74, 805 


25, 399 


Isotrichlorhydrin 


CH 2 C1.CH 2 .CHC1 2 





144-148 




Krestownikoff 


B., 12, 1487 


38, 234 











146-148 




Romborgh 


B. S. [2], 37, 98 


42, 590 


Trichlorhydrin 


CH 2 C1.CHC1.CH 2 C1 





155 




Berthelot & de Luca 


J., 10, 477 


i., 894 











154-157 




Linnemann 


A., 136, 51 


vi., 965 











155 


.... 


Berthelot 


A., 155, 105 


vii., 319 





j 





155 




Friedel and Silva 


C. R, 74, 805 


25, 399 











156-157u.c. ; 




Perkin 


45, 532 










157-158 c. 












>( 





153-157 




Bielohoubek 


B., 9, 924 







,, 





154-157 


b. 10 


Oppenheim 


B. S. [2], 2, 97 


vi., 91 





j) 





150-160 




Schorlemmer 


P. R. S. 


vi., 958 


Trichlorpropane 


From isopropyliodide 





150-160 




Berthelot 


A., 155, 105 


vii., 319 


.... 


propane 


H 


150-160 




.. 


n 


vii., 320 


n 


.... 





170 










vii., 319 


" t 




js 


170 




Cahours 


J., 3, 496 




Methylchloracetol 


CH 3 .CC1 2 .CH: 3 (?) 


C 3 H 6 Cl 2 


25-35 




Friedel and Silva 


C. R, 74, 806 


vii., 1018 


Dimethyldichlormethane .... 


CH 3 .CC1 2 .CH 3 


" 


66-78 




Fried el & Ladenburg 


A., 142, 315 


vi., 826 



98 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dimethyldichlorniethane .... 


CHj-CCLCH, 


cwa, 


70 




Berthelot 


A., 155, 105 


vii., 319 


11 


1) 





69-70 




Eeboul 


C.R,74,669,944; 


vii., 51 ; 25, 














A.C. [5], 14, 453 


393 ; 36, 128 





11 





68-5-69-5 c. 




Perkiu 


45, 529 




11 





,, 


69-7-71-2 c. 




11 


11 







55 


11 


69-69 




Linuemani) 


A., 161, 67 




11 


M 


,, 


69 




11 


A., 138, 125 




11 


15 


,, 


abt. 70 




Friedel and Silva 


C. E., 73, 1379 


25, 134 


Ethyldichlormethaue 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CHC1 2 


11 


84-87 




Eeboul 


C. R, 76, 1270 


26, 1016 





55 


11 


85-87 




11 


C. R, 82, 377 


20, 894 


11 


55 





85-87 


.... 


11 


A. C. [5], 14, 458 


36, 128 


(?) 







90 




Friedel and Silva 


Z. C. [2], 7, 489 


25, 296 


Propylene dichloride 


CH 2 C1.CHC1.CH 3 





94-98 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


P. E. S. 


vi., 958 


)! 11 ." 


i> 





abt. 96 




Friedel and Silva 


C. R, 73, 1379 


25,134;vii.,1018 





11 





96 


.... 


., 11 


Z. C. [2], 7, 489 


26, 296 





11 





96-82 c. 


.... 


Liunemann 


A., 161, 43 


25, 238 





11 





93 




Jeltekow 


B., 6, 558 


26, 1016 


, 





,, 


96-97 




Eeboul 


A. C. [5], 14, 453 


36, 128 


JI ,, .... .... 


Mixture (?) 





100-103 




Reynolds 


J., 3, 495 




)5 55 





11 


104 




Cahours 


J., 3, 496 




55 5) 





,, 


103 


.... 


Wurtz 


.... 


v., 893 








,, 


104 




Berthelot 


A., 155, 105 


vii., 319 


)5 55 " * 


CH.C1.CH = CH,C1 





117 


.... 


Eeboul 


C. R, 76, 1270 


26, 1016 











119 







A. C. [5], 14, 460 


36, 128, 133 


11 55 


., 





119-5 (740) 


Liquid 




W. A., 2, 638 




(?) 


.... 





200 


.... 


Berthelot 


A., 155, 105 


vii., 320 


Isopropyl chloride 


CH 3 .CHC1.CH 3 


C 3 H 7 C1 


37 (741) 


.... 






v., 890 


55 55 








35-38 




Zander 


A, 214, 157 




55 55 








36-38 (741) 




Linnemami 


J., 18, 489 


vi., 965 


55 15 





,, 


36 


.... 


Friedel and Silva 


C. R, 73, 1379 


25, 134 


5) 5* " 


1! 





abt. 36 




Silva 


C. R, 93, 739 


42, 294 








11 


36 







Z. C. [2], 7, 489 


25, 296 


1? 55 








b. 39 




Linnemann 


A., 161, 43 


25, 236 


55 51 


1) 





36-37 (730) 


.... 


11 


11 


25, 238 


55 5) 





n 


35 c. 




Perkin 


45, 450 




Propyl chloride 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .C1 





abt. 40 




Berthelot 


J., 8, 613 







5 





44-45 c. 




Perkin 


45, 450 










42-46 




Schorlemmer 


P. E. S., 17, 372 


vi., 957 




55 


11 


















52 




Chancel 


J., 22, 359 


vi., 964 


55 v 


15 


11 


46-5 




Pierre and Puchot 


A. C. [4], 22, 281 


vi.,964;vii.,lC13 








46 '5 






C. R., 72, 832 


24, 809 






" 


46 '48 




11 11 
Linnemann 


A., 162, 39 


vii., 203 






" 


46 "36 






A., 161, 26 


25, 235; vii. ,1013 






" 






11 






5> 5} 


55 


jl 


TpU -T^T 




11 


11 


11 








44 46 "5 




Zander 


A., 214, 157 






" 


" 


44 




Briihl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 


Tetrachlorcrotonylene 




C 4 H 2 C1 4 


200 




Judson 


Z. C. [2], 7, 40 


24, 234 


11 11 




(1 


130-140 


Liquid 


11 


Z. C. [2], 7, 40 


vii., 401 


Pentachlorobutylene 




C 4 H 3 C1 6 


185-188 (460) 


Liquid 


Loidl 


B., 8, 1017 


20, 365 


Crotonyleue dichloride 


Me.CH 2 .CCl : CHC1 


C 4 H 6 C1 2 


125 


Liquid 


Kekule 


Z. C. [2], 5, 572 


vi., 513 


11 11 


,, 


)( 


185-187 


Liquid 


55 


A, 162, 98, 309 


vii., 401; 25, 616 


Butine tetrachloride 




C 4 H 6 C1 4 




73 




B. S., 34, 195 




Trichlorbutyl chloride 







85 (10) 


Liquid 


Thurnlackl 


A., 213, 372 


42, 1279 


Chlorisobutylene 


Me 2 C:CHCl 


C 4 H 7 C1 


66-70 




CEconomides 


C. R, 92, 884 


40, 709 





5' 





65-68 




11 


)5 


40, 710 


() 




,, 


a. 100 


.... 


Chancel 


A. C. [3], 12, 416 


i., 689 


Ethylmethyl dichlormethane 


CH3.CCl2.CH2.CH,, 


C 4 H 8 C1 S 


95-97 




Bruylants 


B., 8, 412 




Isobutylidene dichloride 


.... 


11 


103-105 p. d. 




CEconomides 


C. R, 92, 884 


40, 710 


Butylene dichloride 


.... 




120 


.... 


De Luynes 




v., 736 


11 11 







122-3 


.... 


Kopp 


A. 




! 11 


.... 


11 


123 




Kolbe 


A., 69, 275 


v., 739 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



99 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'jDict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Butylene dichloride 


.... 


C 4 H 8 C1 2 


125 




Faraday 


P. T., 182, 440 


v., 739 





.... 





129 




Puchot 


A. C. [5], 28, 507 


46, 167 










130-135 




Wurtz 


C. R., 97, 473 


46, 169 


Butyl chloride 


CH 3 .CHj.CH2.CH2Cl 


C 4 H 9 C1 


77-6 (741-3) 




Lieben and Rossi 


A., 158, 137 


24, 520; vii., 216 





11 


J) 


77-96 c. 




Linnemann 


A., 162, 39 


vii., 203 











77-96 c. 




11 


A., 161, 197 


25, 396 


11 11 


11 


3) 


77-78 




Pagliani 


G. I., 8, 1 


34, 654 


11 11 


11 


JJ 


72 






J. p.C. [2], 24, 118 







n 


33 


abt. 70 




Wurtz 


A., 93, 113 


v., 735 





11 


J) 


70-75 




u 


J., 7, 572 




,, ,, .... .... 


n 


33 


70 




Gerhard 


A., 122, 363 


vi., 108 


11 11 


11 





69 


.... 


Pierre and Puchot 


A. C. [4], 22, 310 




Isobutyl chloride 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 Cl 





69-6 




11 11 


G. J. C., 1872 










J) 


67-69 




Linnemann 


A., 162, 17 


26, 476 











68-5 c. 




,, 


J) 


11 


11 ;i . 


n 





68-5-69 c. 


.... 


Perkin 


45, 451 







11 


11 


65-70 




Pelouze & Cahours 


J., 16, 524 













66-5-69 




Freund 


J. p. C. [2], 12, 25 


29, 543 





11 





60 (760) 




Pierre and Puchot 


C. R., 72, 832 


24, 809; vii., 218 


Butyl chloride 


CClMe 3 





55 


.... 


Puchot 


A. C. [5], 28, 507 


46, 167 










51-52 c. 




Perkin 


45, 451 












50-53 




Freund 


J. p. C. [2], 12, 25 


29, 543 











50-51 




Zalessky 


B., 5, 480 







1J 


J) 


46-52 




Limiemann 


A., 162, 18 


35,476; vii., 220 


Chlornicene 




C 5 H 5 C1 


292-294 




St. Evre 


J., 1, 530 




















(?) 


C 6 H S C12 (?) 


C 6 H 6 Clj (?) 


144-148 




Pinner 


B., 8, 1326 


29, 554 


Tetrachloramylene 


.... 


C 6 H 6 C1 4 


a. 200 




Earth 


A., 119, 216 


vi., 108 


Trichloramylene 


.... 


C 5 H 7 C1 3 


abt. 200 




Bauer 


J. [1860], 405 


vi., 121 


Dichloroamylene 


C 6 H 6 C1 2 (?) 


C 6 H 8 C1 2 (?) 


144-148 




Pinner 


B., 8, 1326 


29, 554 


11 .... .... 







146 




11 


B., 10, 1052 




Isoprene dichloride .... 


.... 





145-153 




Bouchardat 


C. R, 89, 1117 


38, 323 


Tetrachlorpentane 




C 6 H 8 C1 4 


220-230 


Liquid 


Bauer 


Z. C. [1866], 380, 


vi., 118, 120 














667 







.... 





230-250 d. 




11 


J. [1860], 405 


vi., 120 


.... .... 


.... 





230-240 




11 


C. R., 51, 572 


vi., 116 


Isoprene hydrochloride 


' 


C 5 H 9 C1 


86-91 


.... 


Bouchardat 


C. R., 89, 1117 


38, 323 


Chloramylene 


.... 





90-95 




Bauer 


Z. C. [1866], 380, 


vi., 118 














667 







.... 





abt. 95 




Friedel 


A. C. [4], 16, 366 


vii., 1022 





.... 





87 




Bruylants 


B., 8, 411 




Valerylene hydrochloride .... 


.... 





abt 100 




Reboul 


Z. C. [1867], 173 


vi., 1123 


Trichlorpentane 


.... 


c 6 H 9 a 3 


160-190 




Bauer 


Z. C. [1866], 380, 


vi., 118 














668 




,, 







185-190 




Buff 


J., 21, 334 




Isoamylidene chloride 


CHMe 2 .CH2.CHCl 2 


C 6 H 10 C1 2 


130 




Ebersbach 


A., 106, 265 


vi., 120 


11 11 '* 


n 11 





128-130 




Bruylants 


B., 8, 413 




Dichlorpentane 


Pra.CCl2.Me 





abt. 140 




Friedel 


A. C. [4], 16, 366 


vii., 1022 


11 








145 




11 


B., 8, 413 




Amylene dichloride 




11 


145 




Bauer 


Z. C. [1866], 380, 


vii., 118 














668 




11 11 







141-147 




Gnthrie 


14, 128 


vii., 120. 


Pentine di hydrochloride 


C 5 H 8 .2HC1 





145-150 




Tilden 


45, 414 




Valerylene dihydrochloride 







150-152 




Reboul 


Z. C. [1867], 173 


vi., 1123 


Chloramyl chloride 


.... 





155-160 




Buff 


A., 148, 350; J., 
















21, 333 




Amyl chloride 


Me.(CH 2 ) 3 .CH 2 Cl 


C 6 H n Cl 


106 (740) 




Lieben and Rossi 


G. I., 1, 314 


vi., 1137 


11 ,1 .... 





,, 


106-6 (740) 




!> 11 


A., 159, 72 


24, 1033 


i 


11 





112 




Romborgh 


R. T., 1, 151 


44, 303 


11 11 





11 V 


106 




Lachowicz 


A., 220, 188 


46, 166 


11 11 


,, 





104 




n 








11 11 


CHClEt, 


,, 


103-105 




Wagner & Saytzeff 


A., 179, 321 


29, 548 
















o 2 



100 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Auiyl chloride 


CHClMePr* 


C 6 H U C1 


103-105 




Wagner & Saytzefl 


A., 179, 321 


29, 548 


,, (inactive) 


CHMe 2 CHj.CH s n 


5 


100-5 




Plimpton 


C. R, 91, 433 


40, 33 





n 


) 


100-5 chiefly 




5) 




39, 332 


}j v 


n 


)) 


101 




Schorlemmer 


P. K. S., 15, 131 


vi., 107 


,, ,, 


) 


)J 


100-9c.(745-6] 




Carius and Fries 


A., 109, 1 


vi., 110 


,, 


j) 


)) 


101-75 (752) 




Pierre 


J. [1851], 51 


55 


,, 


)? 





100-102 




Schorlemmer 


P. T. [1872], 111 


vil., 63 


>; ji 


u 


)) 


100 




Lachowicz 


A., 220, 188 


46, 166 


s, j, 


11 


J> 


100 




Plimpton & Graves 


43, 123 




j) ,j .... 


j? 


)) 


102 




Cahours 


J. P., 22, 172 


i., 203 


11 ,, 





)) 


100-101 




Balard 


A. C. [3], 12, 300 


)) 


1) J) 





I) 


100-6-101 




Kopp 


A, 95, 337 




1) j> 


11 


J 


98-103 




Pelouze & Cahours 


J., 16, 524 




,, 1) 





11 


102 




Schorlemmer 


28, 308 







jj 


IJ 


98-9 (733-8) 




Balbiano 


G. I., 6, 229 


31, 293 


1 )j 


j) 


)1 


97-99 c. 




Perkin 


45, 452 




> 







95-100 




Schorlemmer 


P. T. [1872], 111 


vii., 63 


)) ), 


Primary, active 


J) 


97-99 






B. S., 25, 546 




,, 


Iso- 


)1 


90 




Wurtz 


J., 16, 516 




)> 


CHClMePris 


I) 


abt. 90 




Berthelot 


C. R, 56, 700 


vi., 114 


1) 


)1 


5) 


86-87 




Butlerow 


B., 10, 408 


32, 589 


,, 


CClEtMe 2 


)> 


86 




Wischnegradsky 


B., 10, 405 


32,420 


)) .... .... 





1) 


85-87 







A., 190, 336 


34, 394 


j, ,, 


5 


J) 


86-87 


Liquid 


Winsgradow 


A., 191, 131 


34, 484 


,, 


55 


)) 


85-86-5 




Perkin 


45, 452 




j, ,, 


.... 


yy 


85-86 




Flawitzky 


B., 6, 562 


26, 1014 


) 


.... 





85-86 







A., 169, 205 


27, 139 


Pentachlorbenzen e .... 


.... 


C 6 H01 5 


275 




Jungfleisch 


B. S. [2], 9, 346 


vi., 264 





.... 


(?) 




175-198 (?) 







20, 167 


,, 







270 







Z. C. [2], 4, 484; 
















J., 20, 36 




(a) 




)) 


272 


74 


H 


A. C. [2], 15, 186 


vi., 266; vii., 
















141 


n 




3) 




85 


Otto 


Z. C. [2], 6, 36 


vi., 264 


,1 


.... 


1 




85 


55 


A., 154, 182 


vii., 142 


)) 




J) 


275-277 


85-86 


Ladenburg 


B., 5, 790 


26, 167; vii., 
















142 





.... 


)i 




175 


Jungfleisch 


J. [1868], 357 


vi., 266 


(0)(?) .... 


.... 


,, (?) 




175 





A. C. [4], 15, 186 


vii., 141 


(|3)(?) .... 


.... 


, (?) 




198-199 


Otto 


A., 154, 182 


vii., 141, 142 










175 a. f. 








Tetrachlorbeuzene 


C1 4 = (?) 


C 6 H 2 C1 4 


245 




Jungfleisch 


B. S. [2], 9, 346 


vi., 264 


H 


=1.2.4.5 


*i 


240-250 


139 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 5, 529 


vi., 284 


- 










berg 






5) ...- 


ji 


5) 


240 


139 


Jungfleisch 


A. C. [4], 15, 277 


vi., 266; vii., 
















141 


j) .... .... 


i) i) 


5) 


243-246 c. 


1S7-138 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 9, 579 


30, 294 












batow 






1) 


> 


J> 


243-246 


137-138 


)> it 


B., 10, 270 


31, 707 


)1 .... .... 


=1.3.4.5 


)) 


246 c. 


50-51 


5) 


B., 9, 579 


30, 294 





)1 


5) 


246 c. 


50-51 


)5 )5 


B., 10, 273 ; A., 


31, 707 














192, 237 




)) 


5) 







50-51 


)5 53 


B., 11, 1862 


36, 144 


(impure) 





)) 


253 


35 


Otto and Ostrop 


A., 141, 105 


vi., 266 


T) 


J 


)) 


253 


35 


Jungfleisch 


A. C. [4], 15, 186 


vii., 141 


* 


) )) 







33 


Otto 


A. 







5J 


)1 


245-248 


27-28 


Ladeuburg 


B., 5, 790 


36, 167;vii.,142 


11 .... .... 


=1.2.3.4 


)5 


254 


45 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 9, 1688 


31, 474 












batow 









1* !) 


J 


254 e. 


45-46 


55 55 


B., 10, 273 ; A., 


31, 707 














192, 238 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



101 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Te trachlorbenzene 


C1 4 =1.2.3.4 


C 6 H 2 C1 4 




42 


Benedikt 


M. C., 4, 232 


44, 986 


Trichlorbenzene 


C1 3 =1.3.5 


C 6 H 3 C1 3 




60 


Jungfleisch 


A. C. [4], 15, 264 


vl.,266;vii.,141 


,5 .... ... 


T) )> 







63-4 


Koruer 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 224 


55 


)) JJ 


J) 


208-2 c.(763-8j 


63-5 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 8, 1655 


29, 713 












batow 






, 


5 J) 


) 


208-5 c.(763-8) 


63-5 





B., 10, 271 ; A., 


31, 706 














192, 232 




,, 


> 


)) 


.... 


63-64 


Wenghoffer 


J. p., 2 [16], 448 


34, 297 


,, 


=1.2.3 





218-219 


53-54 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 9, 1688 


31, 474 












batow 






55 





J 


218-219 


53-54 


n 


B., 10, 272 ; A., 


31, 707 














192, 234 




55 


., =1.3.4 


)5 


206 


16-17 


Jungfleisch 


A. C. [4], 15, 186 


vl.,266;viL,141 


i) ** 


J) 





213 c. 


16 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 8, 693 


28, 1037 












batow 






) 


J) 


>J 


2-Z3C. 


16 





B., 10, 270 ; A., 


31, 706 














192, 229 




u 


= (?) 


)> 


210 


b. 


Mitscherlich 


P. A., 35, 372 


vi., 266 


j 


= (?) 


1) 


207 


s. b. 


Heys 


Z. C. [2], 3, 122 


24, 1028 


j> .... .... 


= (?) 





210 


Liquid 


Laureut 


A. C. [2], 63, 27 


i., 543 


,, 


= (?) 


)) 


210 




Juugfleisch 


B. S. [2], 9, 346 


vl., 264 


Dicklorbenzene 


C1 2 =1.4 


C 6 H 4 C1 2 




52-821 


Mills 


P.E.S.[1881],205 




55 .... .... 


5) 







53-54 


Kekule & Barbaglia 


B., 5, 875 


26, 278 


55 .... 


31 


> 


172 




Miiller 


Z. C. [1864], 401 


vi., 265 





J) T5 







53 


Petersen 


A., 157, 171 


24, 249 


)> .... 


J 


)) 


171 


53 


Jungfleisch 


A. C. [4], 15, 186 


vi.,265;vii.,141 


J) 


)) 


) 


173-174 


53-54 


Kekul6 


B., 6, 944 


vii., 918 


5, .... .... 


>J 





.... 


53 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 7, 487 


27, 806 












batow 






) .... .... 


)) ) 


n 


172 


53 


55 


B., 7, 1397 


28, 363; vii., 905 


j, 


I )J 


5) 


172-174 


53 


Nolting 


R, 8, 1091 


29,81 


55 





0) 


172 


53 





B., 8, 819 


29, 928 


) 


) 


)) 


173-4 (757-6) 


56-4 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 215 


55 


=1.3 


5) 


172 




Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 7, 1760 


28, 450 












batow 






.... .... 


*) 


J> 


172 




) 


A., 182, 94 


30, 631 


55 


I) ) 


I* 


172-173 




it 


B. S., 23, 179 




.... .... 


5 J) 


J 


172-1 (742-4) 


Liquid 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 215 


55 


J )) 





170-171 




Witt 


B., 7, 1602 


28, 759 


55 


,,= 1.2 


Jl 


179 


1. 19 


Beilstein & Kurba- 


B., 7, 488 


27, 806 












tow 








) " 


)5 


179 c. 


I. -14 


) 


B., 7, 1398 


28, 364 ; vii., 
















906 





J 


)) 


179 




)> > 


B., 7, 1760 


28, 450 


55 .... .... 


) 


)) 


179 




i) i) 


A., 182, 94 


30, 631 


55 .... .... 


)J 


1> 


179 


Liquid 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 233 


55 


,, =(?) 


)) 


abt. 175 




Jungfleisch 


B. S. [2], 9, 346 


vi., 264 


55 .... .... 


=(?) 


) 


175 


b. 





A. C. [4], 15, 186 


vi.,266;vii.,141 


hexachloride 


C 6 H 4 CL,C1 6 


C 6 H 4 C1 8 




(?) 





Z. C. [2], 4, 484 


vi., 264 


IT 1> 


J 


JJ 




255-257 


Otto 


Z. C. [2], 6, 36 


vl., 264 


J J 


)> 


)> 




255-257 


Otto and Ostrop 


A., 141, 105 




Chlorbenzene 


C 6 H 6 .C1 


C S H 6 C1 


137 




Eiche 


A., 121, 357 


iv., 415 








136 




Williamson and 


7,238 


n 












Scrugham 












136 (767) 




Sokoloff 


J., 18, 517 


vi., 265 




JJ 


" J* 


132-4-132-6 




55 


n 


26, 886 




ji 




.(760) 
















131 


40 


Jungfleisch 


A. C. [4], 15, 212 


vii., 140 




)j 




131-5-131-97 




Adrienz 


B. 6, 443 


26, 886 




Ji 


, 


(760) 











102 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Chlorbenzene 


c.H 6 a 


C 6 H 5 C1 


132-4-132-58 




Adrienz 


B., 6, 443 


26, 886 








(760) 










..... 








131-4-132 




Briihl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 





,, 





(744) 
















134-5-135 




Bamsay 




39,64 


(?) 


.... 


C 6 H S C1 3 




218 


Kurbatow 


B., 16, 966 




Chlorbenzene hexachloride ... 


C 6 H 6 C1.C1, 


C 6 H 5 C1 7 (?) 




255-257 


Otto and Ostrop 


A., 141, 105 


vi., 264 


Chloralbin 




C 6 H 6 C1 2 


190 


Solid 


Laurent 


B. S., 6, 72 


i., 883 


Benzene hexachloride 


.... 


C 6 H 6 C1 6 


288 




Mitscherlich 


P. A., 35, 374 


i., 543; vii., 
















132 












135-140 


Laurent 


A. C., 63, 27 


n 







u 




157 


Heys 


Z. C. [2], 7, 293 


JT 


,, .... 









157 


5) 


Z. C. [2], 3, 122 


24, 1028 


,, .... 


.... 


(C 6 H 6 C1 6 ) D 




300 


Meunier 


C. B., 98, 436 


46, 733 


<juercite pentachlorhydrin .. 




C 6 H 7 C1 6 




102 


Prunier 


C. R, 86, 338 ; 


34, 400; 36, 241 














A. C. [5], 15, 5 




Hexachlorhexane 


.... 


C 6 H 8 C1 6 


285-290 




Pelouze & Cahours 


J., 16, 525 




Mesityl chloride 


C 6 H 10 C1 3 (?) 


C 6 H 8 C1 


130 




Baeyer 


A., 140, 298 


vi., 822 


Chlordiallyl .... 







150 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. B., 87, 171 


36, 34 




Allylmethylchloracetol 


C 3 H 5 .CH 2 .C.Cl 2 .Me 


C 6 H 10 C1, 


150 p.d. 


Liquid 










Diallylhydrochloride 




C 6 H n Cl 


130-140 




Wurtz 


J. [1864], 514 


vi., 93 


Chlorhexylene 


.... 





122 (768) 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. R, 97, 260 


46,34 




Me 2 CCl.CH 2 CH : CH 2 




109-114 




Michael & Saytzeff 


A,, 185, 156 


32 299 






)5 


70-71 


Liquid 


Destrem 


A. C. [5], 27, 5 


B., 16, 229 




Trichlorhexane 


.... 


C 6 H U C1 3 


215-218 


.... 


Pelouze & Cahours 


J., 16, 525 




Diallyl dihydrochloride 


.... 


C 6 H 12 Clj 


170-180 




Wurtz 


J. [1864], 512 


vi., 93 


Hexylene dichloride 







abt. 160 




Friedel 


Z. C. [2], 5, 485 


vi., 946 










162-165(764) 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. R, 97, 260 


46,34 










180-184 




Pelouze & Cahours 


J. 16, 525 







Me 2 .CCl.CCl.Me 2 







160 


Friedel and Silva 


B., 6, 35 














160 


Schorlemmer 


A., 144, 187 




Hexyl chloride 


Me.(CH s ) 4 CH 2 Cl 


C 6 H 13 C1 


abt. 133 




Lieben & Janecek 


A., 187, 139 


32, 881 





n 





abt. 130 




Freutzel 


B., 16, 745 


44, 1075 





H 





125-130 




Geibel and Buff 


Z. C. [2], 4, 179 


vi., 699 











125-130 


.... 


Buff 


Z. C. [2], 4, 730 




,, 








125-128 




Cahours & Demargay 


C. B., 80, 1570 







.... 





125-128 




Pelouze and Cahours 


J., 16, 525 




.... fi- 




5) 


120-130 




Wanklyn & Erlen- 


J., 17, 509 


16, 221 












meyer 






" 


.... 


B 


126-130 




Schorlemmer 


P. T. [1872], 111 


vii., 645 


., .... 


.... 


., 


125-126 
























5? 





.... 


l 


125-126 






A., 161, 272 ; J., 
















[1864], 509 




., .... a- 


.... 





124-125 


.... 




A., 199, 141 







Me.CHCI.(CH 2 ) 3 Me 





184 




Schorlemmer 


A., 199, 139 


38, 158 


" 


H 





122-124 


.... 


Morgan 




28, 303 


)J .... .... 







123-5 


.... 




M. C., 2, 313 




0- 


.... 


. 


abt. 120 




Wauklyn & Erlen- 


16, 221 


Hi., 153 












meyer 









From PrP.Pr/ 3 





124 




Silva 


B., 7, 953 




J) J) .... 


)> 





118 


.... 





^ 













122 




Schorlemmer 


A., 144, 186 ; J., 
















20, 567 







.... 


n 


122-124 




LeBel 


B., 5, 216 ; B. S. : 

















18, 167 




" " 


.... 


n 


121-122 







C. B., 75, 267 


25, 886 


" " 


.... 


n 


116-118 




Morgan 




2S, 302 


!> -. 0- 


.... 


n 


116-118 






A., 177, 305 




" " 


.... 


T) 


115-117 




LeBel 


B., 5, 216 ; B. S., 
















18, 167 




>J 


.... 


" 


111-113 


.... 





C. B., 75, 267 


25, 886 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hexyl chloride 


CClMe 2 .CHMe 2 


C 6 H 13 C1 


11^5-114-5 




Friedel and Silva 


C. R., 76, 226 


26, 489 ; vii., 
















982 


,, .... 








112 


.... 


Eltekow 


J.E.[1882],1,355 
















B., 16, 399 




,, 


j) 


)J 


abt. 112 


s. 2 


Kaschirsky 


B., 11, 984 


36, 46 


,, 





I) 


110-112 


s. 2 





C. C. [1881], 278 


42,37 


,, 








118 




Fernbach 


B. S. [2], 34, 146 


40, 146 


ji 








112 


s. 14 


Pawlow 


B., 11, 513 


34, 563 


D 


CClMeEt 2 





110 d. 


1. f. m. 


Butlerow 


B. S. [2], 5, 24 


vi., 698 


j, ,, 


CClMe 2 Pr 


?) 


100 d. 


1. f. in. 


D 








Tetrachlorbenzo-trichloride 


C 6 HC1 4 .CC1 3 


C-HClj 


316 p. d. 


104 


Beilsteiii and Kuhl- 


A., 150, 308 


vi., 284 












berg 






Pentachlorbenzylene chloride 


C 6 C1 6 .CHC1 2 


)) 


334 


110 


D 


A., 150, 306 


5 


Pentaclilorbenzyl chloride ... 


C 6 C1 5 .CH 2 C1 


C 7 H a 01 6 


abt. 325 


108 


j> 


Z. C. [2], 4, 561 


vi., 283 


j> 


J> 


)) 


325-327 


103 





A., 150, 302 




Tetrachlorbenzylene dichlor- 


C 6 HC1 4 .CHC1 2 





306 


Liquid 








) 


ide 






* 










U ) 


)J 


11 


305-306 




) 


Z. C., 21, 364 ; A. 
















150, 303 




Trichlorbenzo-trichloride .... 


C 6 H 3 C1 3 .CC1 3 


) 


298 


82 


U ) 


Z. C. [2], 4, 561 


vi., 283 


j? 


) 


)) 


307-308 


82 


)5 


A., 150, 305 




Pentachlortoluene 


CWJH, 


C 7 H 3 C1 S 


301 


218 


V 


Z. C. [2], 4, 277 


vi., 283 


Tetrachlorbenzyl chloride .... 


C 6 HC1 4 .CH 2 C1 





296 


Liquid 


)) 


A., 150, 299 


)1 





)) 


)J 


296-297 




)) 


Z. C., 21, 362 




Trichlorbenzylene dichloride 


C 6 H 2 C1 3 .CHC1 2 


JJ 


285 


Liquid 





Z. C. [2J, 4, 277 


vi., 283 


)> 


1) 


) 


280-281 


s. 


5) 


Z. C., 21, 362 ; A., 
















150, 299 




Dichlorbenzo -trichloride 


C 6 H 3 C1 2 .CC1 3 


J> 


277 


Liquid 


V )) 


Z. C. [2], 4, 277 


vi., 283 





)i 


1J 


273 




5) 1) 


Z. C., 21, 363 ; A., 
















150, 300 







)> 


I) 


273 




Aronheim and Die- 


B., 8, 1403 














trich 






Tetrachlortoluene 


C C HC1 4 .CH, 


C 7 H 4 C1 4 


276 


96 


Limpricht 


A. 


v., 856 





M 


? 


276-5 c. 


96 


Beilstein and Kulil- 


A., 150, 287 ; A., 














berg 


139, 287 







j 


)) 


270 


92-95 


v 


Z. C., 11, 276 


vi., 282 





)) 


> 


255 




Limpricht 


J., 19, 595 




(isomeric) 





)> 


280-290 




.... 


A., 142, 305 




Trichlorbenzyl chloride 


C 6 H 2 C1 3 .CH 2 C1 





273 


Liquid 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 150, 290 


vi., 282 












berg 






o-Dichlorbenzylene dichloride 


C 6 H 3 C1 2 .CHC1 2 


)J 


257 


Liquid 


)) 


A., 150, 294 




Ch lorbeiizo-tr ichloride 


C 6 H 4 C1.CC1 3 =1.4 





245 


Liquid 





A., 150, 295 








=1.3 





2SO 


I. 


Limpricht 


A., 139, 326 


v., 856 


) 


)> 





244-246 







A., 134, 58 




i) 


>1 J 


5> 


246-248 







)? 




i> 


J 


) 


(?) 


Kammerer and 


A,, 131, 158 












Carius 






i) 


)) )) 





(?) 


i Cahours 


As., 2, 254 




" ) 


=1-2 


n 


260 


30 Solbe & Lautemann 


A., 115, 195 


v., 856 


Trichlortoluene 


C 8 H 2 MeCl 3 =l. 2.4.6 


C 7 H 6 C1 3 


235 


73 


Ajonheim & Dietrich 


B., 8, 1405 


29, 392 


)) .... .... 


>J > 


?> 


S7 


75-76 


Limpricht 


A., 139, 326 


vi., 282 


yj 


) > 


ji 


(?) 


(?) Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 146, 325 














berg 






,, 


= 


)j 


237 


Liquid 


Aronheim and 


B., 8, 1405 


29, 392 












Dietrich 






M .... .... 


=' 





227-228 




Henry 


J., 22, 508 




Dichlorbenzyl chloride 


C 6 H 3 C1 2 .CH 2 C1 


)! 


240p.d.(760); 




Naquet 


As., 2, 248 


v., 855 








135-145 (10) 










i) > 


< 


J) 


341 




Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 146, 327 


vi., 282 












berg 






u 








241 




Limpricht 


A., 139, 326 





104 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Chlorbenzylene dichloride .... 


C,H 4 C1.CHC1 2 =1.4 


C;H 5 C1 3 


234 




Beilsteiuand Kuhl- 


A., 146, 327 


vi., 281 












berg 









!> !> 





255-260 




Hubner and Bente 


B., 6, 804 




> 


=1.2 





227-230 




Henry 


B., 2, 136 


vi., 282 


Benzo-trichloride 


C 6 H 6 .CC1, 


J) 


215-218 


Liquid 






v., 856 











213-214 


Liquid 


Beilstein and Kulh- 


A., 146, 333 


vi., 282 












berg 






i, 








224 




Limpricht 


A., 135, 80 ; 139 
















323 ; J., 19, 594 













216-218 







A., 134, 55 ; J., 
















18, 539 










J? 


(?) 




Schischkoff & Rosing 


J. [1858], 279 




,, 








(?) 




Cahours 


As., 2, 306 




D chlortoluene 


C 6 H 3 MeCl 2 = 1.3.4 


C 7 H 6 C1 2 


196 


Liquid 


Beilstein & Geitner 


A., 139, 341 


vi., 281 











197-199 


Liquid 


Neuhof 


Z. C. [2], 2, 653 











j> 


196-198 


.... 


Aronheim and 


B., 8, 1402 


29, 392 













Deitrich 









= (?) 





202 




Beilstein 


J., 13, 412 







= (?) 





195-200 




Wroblewsky and 


Z. C. [2], 6, 164 


vii., 1167, 1177 












Pirogow 









= (?) 





206 




Wicke 


A., 102, 356 







= (?) 





207 


.... 


Limpricht 


J., 19, 593 




Chlorbenzyl chloride 


C 6 H 4 .Cl.CH.jCl = 1.4 







29 


Jackson and Field 


B., 11, 904 


36, 62 





), 







29 


!) )J 


A. C. J. [2], 85 


40, 803 











213-214 


29 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 147, 352 














berg 






,, 


= (?) 







Liquid 


Beilstein and Gei tner 


Z. C., 66, 307 


40, 806 


., 


, = (?) 





s. b. 200 


Liquid 


Beilstein 


A., 116, 336 


v., 855 


1> J> 


= (?) 





212-214 


Liquid 


Neuhof 


Z. C. [2], 2, 653 


vi., 281 


Benzylene dichloride 


C 6 H 5 .CHC1 2 


?) 


206-208 




Wicke 


A., 102, 356 


i., 577 


> 








206 




Cahours 


A. C. [3], 23, 129 


v., 855 


>, ,i 








212-214 c. 




HUbner and Bente 


B., 6, 804 




Dichlortoluene hexachloride 


C 6 H 3 MeCl 2 .Cl 6 


C 7 H 6 C1 8 


.... 


150 




A., 142, 305 




Chlortoluene .... 


C 6 H 4 Me.Cl = 1.4 


C 7 H 7 C1 


160'5 


fi*/t 


Hubner and !M aiert 


B., 6, 794 


26, 1136 










O D 














158-161 




Aronheim ;nn] 


B., 8, 1402 


29, 392 




1) JT 


" 






Deitrich 












1 p7 1 'Sft 




Beilstein & Geitner 


A., 139, 334 


. 




i> yj 


D 


1U i iUO 








V., 004 




= 1.3 




156 




^Woblewsky 


A., 168, 199 


27, 55 


** 




u 














= 12 




1 %f! 


T ' " e\ 




Z. C. [2], 5, 460 


vi. 281 


w 


51 ** 





J.OO 


JjltJlllU. 


j> 












1 ^*7 






A. 156 79 






JJ 


D 


1O / 




.... 








= (?) 




IfiA p 




Limpricht 


B.S.[1866],2,467 


OKA 


" 


5J \ V 


" 


lU'r C. 








., OO-i 
















. . -I A* 


Benzyl chloride 


C 6 H 5 .CH 2 C1 


,. 


170 


Liquid 


Deville 


A. C. [3], 3, 178 


i., 573 


> .. 








776 


Liquid 


Cannizzaro 


A., 88, 129 


i., 573; v., 854 


,, 








183 


.... 


Limpricht 


A., 139, 307, 337 


v., 854 











174 (769) 




Schiff 


G. J. C., 1881 













175 




Letts 


.... 


26, 447 





n 





172-180 




Frankland & Tomp- 




37, 566 












kins 















176 




Ramsay 




39,64 


(*/ 







227-230 




Spica 


G. I., 9, 555 


38, 241 


Diallyl carbinol chloride 


(CH 2 :CH.CH 2 ) 2 CHC1 


c 7 H n a 


140-145 d. 




Saytzeff 


A., 185, 141 


32, 298 


Chlorheptylene 


From Pr/3.CO.PrS 


C 7 H 13 C1 


116 


Liquid 


Chancel 




i., 698 


.- 


n 





118-120 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 8, 400 







Pr.CO.Pr 





141 


.... 


Tawildarow 


B., 9, 1442 




-, 







155 c. 


Liquid 


Limpricht 


A., 103, 83 


iii., 148 


Heptylene dichloride 


From Pr.CO.Pr 


C 7 H 14 C1 2 


181 




Tawildarow 


B., 9, 1442 












190 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


16, 426 


iii., 144 


JJ ?) - 







191 c. 




Limpricht 


A., 103, 81 


iii., 148 


Heptyl chloride 


Me.(CH 2 ) 5 .CH 2 Cl 


C 7 H 15 C1 


159-2 (754) 


Liquid 


Cross 


A., 189, 3 


32, 125 


" " 


.... 





175 




Petersen 


A., 118, 74 


iii., 144 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



105 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Heptyl chloride 


.... 


C 7 H 16 C1 


151-153 




Schorlemmer 


P.E.,14,164&46' 


vi., 696 





.... 





150 







16, 426 


iii., 144 


,, 




JJ 


148-152 




Pelouze & Cahours 


J., 15, 386 




,) !J 







140-142 




Schorlemmer 


A., 166, 172 







.... 





149-150 




,, 




26, 323 


() 







149 







P.E.,14,164&46^ 


vi., 696 


,, 


. 


JJ 


146-148 













,, JJ ' 







138-142p.d. 




Morgan 




28, 304 


,, 55 " 


.... 





135-138(757 


1. -15 


Kaschirsky 


C. C. [1881], 278 


42,37 


JJ 




JJ 


135-138 







B., 11, 984 


36, 46 










134-137 




Grimshaw 




26, 323 


,, ,) 


Secondary 





98 




.... 


A., 136, 266; 217, 
















152;J.[1863],526 







From CHMe 2 (CH 2 ) 3 .Me 





140-150 




Grimshaw 


A., 166, 166 


26, 312 


JJ JJ 


.. . 


J) 


144-158 




Schorlemmer 


A., 166, 173 


26, 320 ; vii., 
















643 


, 


CHClMe(CH 3 .CH 3 Pr/) 





135-137 


Liquid 


Eohu 


A., 190, 312 


34, 486 


,, JJ 


CClMe 2 .CMe s 







130 


Eltekow 


J.E. [1882], 1,355 
















B., 16, 399 




JJ 










134 




A., 209, 81 















135 


Kaschirsky 


C. C. [1881], 278 


42,37 


,J JJ 










136 


Butlerow 


A., 177, 183 


28, 1249 


Dichlorstyrolene 


Ph.CCl : CHCl 


C 8 H 6 C1 2 


SSI u. c. 


Liquid 


Dyckerhoff 


B., 10, 531 


32, 482 











225-231 


Liquid 





B., 10, 121 




u-Chlorstyrolene 


PLCH: CHCI 


C 8 H 7 C1 


( ? ) 




Blyth & Hofmann 


A., 53, 310; J. 
















[1868], 411 




0. 


Ph.CCl :CH, 





199-204(766) 




Glaser 


A., 154, 166 


vii., 1101 








112 (40) 










Trichlorxyleue 


C 6 HMe 2 Cl 3 =1.3.(?) 3 


C 8 H 7 C1 3 


254-256 




Hollemann 


J., 18, 557 


v., 1057 


Dichlorxylene 


C 6 H 2 Me 2 Cl 2 =1.3.(?) 2 


C 8 H 8 C1 2 


222 


Ht. of hand 


jj 





H 




= CO 




240-245 


100 


Lauth and Grimaux 


A., 145, 115 




Tolylene dichloride 


C 6 H 4 (CH 2 C1) 2 =1.2 


B 




54-8 


Colson 


C. E., 98, 1543 


46, 1000 


,, jj 


=1.4 





S40-S45 d. 


100 


Grimaux 


A. C. [4], 26, 331 


25, 817 


n 


jj ) 





230 


100 


Biedermann 


B., 5, 702 


25, 1013 


JJ JJ " 


j> 





225 d. 


103 


Eaymann 


B. S., 26, 534 


46, 1000 


a-Phenylethyl chloride 


C 6 H 6 .CHC1.CH 3 


C 8 H 9 C1 


194 p. d. 


Liquid 


Engler and Bethge 


B., 7, 1127 


28, 65 


., )! 








abt. 194 


Liquid 


5mmerling& Engler 


B., 6, 1005 


vii., 936 


ES- ,, ,, ... 


C 6 H 5 .CH 2 .CH 2 C1 





200-204 d. 


Liquid 


Fittig 


A., 156, 246 




Tolyl chloride 


C 6 H 4 Me.CH 2 Cl=1.2 





197-199 






B.S.,26,534; 27, 
















498 




JJ JJ "" 


=1.3 





195-196 






B. S., 26, 43 




JJ )I 


=1.4 


j> 


192 


.... 




Z. C. [1867], 381 




JJ JJ 


jj \ ) 





193 




Vollrath 


Z. C. [2], 488 


v., 870, 1057 


n 








190-195 




jauthand Grimaux 


A., 145, 115 





,. 


j jj 





192-196 




Phillipe & Barbier 


A. C. [5], 7, 472 


31, 76 





jj jj 





190-200 




Van Dorp 


B., 5, 675 


25, 1006 











190-195 




Vlazzara 


G. I., 9, 421 


38, 161 


Chlorxylene .... 


C 6 H 3 Me 2 Cl=1.3. (?) 




83-184 






Z. C. [1866], 488 




Octylene dichloride .... 




c 8 H 16 ci 2 


abt. 235 d. 




?horpe and Young 


A., 165, 16 ; B., 


vii., 892 ; 25, 










* 




5, 558 


803 


,, jj 







206-210 


.... 


"Tieson 


.... 


27, 847 





Prom caprylene 





97-200 






A., 106, 271 







Me.CO.C 6 H 13 





90-200 






JJ 




Octyl chloride 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 6 .CH 2 a 


C 8 H 17 C1 


82-5-183-5c. 


.... 


'erkin 


45, 453 







i, 


u 


82 


.... 


ahours & Demar$ay 


C. E., 80, 1571 










jj 


79-5-180-5 




Zincke' 


A., 152, 4 


vi., 878 


J1 11 *" "*' 








75 


.... 


Bouis 


A. C. [3], 64, 128 


iv., 170 


J) " 


Secondary 





71-173 c. 




'erkin 


45, 453 








M 


70-172 




chorlemmer 


15, 419 


iv., 170 


11 







68-172 




'elouze & Cahours 


A., 129, 91 


., 








62-167 




Wurtz 


J., 16, 509 


11 








68-174 




'fieson 




87, 848 


; I i 


CHClMe.C 6 H 13 





73-176 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


P. E., 16, 376 


vi., 879 
p 



106 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Octyl chloride 


CHClEt.C 6 H u 


C 8 H 17 C1 


174-176 




Schorlemmer 


A., 152, 152 


vi., 879 





From CHMe 2 .(CH 2 ) 2 .CHMe 2 





170-180 




11 


P. E. [1876], 34 


31, 541 


i 11 


q^ u .iw 


ii 


165 




D 


P. E., 16, 37 


vi., 105 


11 11 .... 


CClEt.jPra 


ji 


155 




Butlerow 


B. S. [2], 5, 24 


vi., 880 





From CHMe,,(CH 2 ) 2 .CHMe,, 


,, 


145-150 p. d. 




)! 


A., 189, 52 


34, 122 


Styryl chloride 


.... 


OgilijOl 




b. 19 


Kamdohr 


Z. C. [1858], 113 


v., 447 


Mesitylene trichloride 


C 6 H 3 .(CH 2 C1) 3 =1.3.5 


C 9 H 9 CI 3 


1 70-180 i.v.; 


Liquid 


Colson 


C. E., 97, 177 


46,57 








277-284 
















(760) p. d. 










Trichlormesitylene 


Me 3 .Cl 3 =1.3.5.2.4.6 


J* 




204 


Fittig&Hoogewerff 


Z. C. [2], 5, 168 


vi., 299 





11 i 


) 




208 


Kurbatow 


B., 16, 966 




Dichlorcumene (?) 




^9-^-10^2 


265 




Lallemaud 


A., 102, 119 


v., 795 . 


Mesitylene dichloride 


Me.(CH 8 a) ! =1.3.5 


1 


.... 


41-5 


Eobinet and Colson 


C. E., 96, 1863 


44, 1095 


11 i 


5J )) 


) 


360-265 


41-5 


Eobiuet 


C. E., 96, 500 


44,577 


Dichlormesitylene 


Me 3 .Cl 2 =1.3.5.2.4 


) 


243 


59 


Kahn 


11 


)i 


ji 


) JJ 


51 


144 


59 


Fittig&Hoogewerff 


Z. C. [2], 5, 168 


vi., 299 


Chlormesitylene 


C 6 H 2 Me 3 .Cl== 1.3.5.6 


C 9 H U C1 


205 




11 11 


11 


)) 





j> 


J) 


SOfr-206 




Eobinet 


C. E., 96, 500 


44, 577 


Mesityl chloride 


C 6 H 3 .Me 2 .CH 2 Cl=1.3 5 


)J 


215-220 


1. 17 


11 


11 


)) 


Camphryl chloride 




C 9 H 13 C1 


205 




Schwanert 


A., 123, 310 


vi., 390 


Camphoryl chloride 




15 


175 




51 


11 


) 


Isophoryl chloride 




J) 


175 




Lies-Bodart 


C. E., 43, 394 


i., 733 


Chlornonylene 




C 9 H 17 C1 


175-185 




Diew 


B., 16, 961 




Nonylene dichloride 




C 9 H 18 C1 2 


240-245 






A., 165, 21 




Nonyl chloride 




C 9 H 19 C1 


190-198 




Thorpe and Young 


11 




11 11 


.... 


)) 


196 




Pelouzeand Cahours 


J., 16, 529 


iv., 134 


11 11 "* 




i 


150-160 






Z. C. [1870], 404 




Heptachlornaphthalene 




C 10 HC1 7 




154 


Glaus and Lippe 


B., 16, 1019 


44,921 


Hexachlornaphthalene 




C 10 H 2 C1 6 




143 


Beilstein 


Org. Chem. 


iv., 13 


a-pentachloruaphthalene .... 


a^^/S. ; a, 


C, H 3 C1 5 




168-5 


Grsebe 


A., 169, 8 


vi., 847 


- 


,, 


)> 




168-5 


Claus and Lippe 


B., 16, 1017 




a- 


11 


V 




168-5 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 901 


P- 


C1 3 ; C1 2 


,, 




177 


Atterberg and 


B. S. [2], 27, 513 


11 












Widmann 






P- 


11 


5) 




177 


11 11 


B., 10, 1843 


34, 322 


a-Tetrachlornaphthalene 




CioH 4 Cl 4 




106 


Laurent 




iv., 12 


b- 




'i 




125 


11 




11 


k- 




11 




125 


11 




11 


a- 


C1 2 ; C1 2 


)> 




130 


Faust and Saame 


A., 160, 72 


25, 65 ; vi., 847 


a- 


> 


i 




130 


Widmann 


B. S., 28, 511 


32, 901 


3- 





>i 




141 


11 


JJ 


11 


&- 


11 







141 


Atterberg and 


B., 10, 1842 


34, 322 












Widmann 






- 




V 




156-158 


Faust and Saame 


Z. C. [2], 5, 705 


vi., 847 


6- 


C1;C1 


51 




159-5-160-5 


Alen 


B. S. [2], 36, 433 


42, 410 


e- 


.... 


i! 




170 


Laurent 




Iv., 12 


y- .. 




! 




176 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 512 


32, 901 


- ., 


.... 


1) 




180 


Grimaux 


B. S. [2], 18, 205 


26,69 


C- 




1 




180 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 508 


32, 901 


- ). 


.... 


IT 




180 


Atterberg and 


B., 10, 1844 


34, 322 












Widmann 






* 




)1 




194 


Atterberg 


B., 9, 318 


29, 915 


0- 









194 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 901 


f-Trichlornaphthalene 


? ; ft 


Ci H 5 Cl3 




56 


11 


B., 12, 962 


36, 723 


- i. 


|3 


)i 




65 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 29, 500 


34, 736 


- >, 


3 







65 


11 


B., 12, 1714 38, 47 


ac- 









66 


Laurent 




iv., 12 


g- 




TI 




69 


! 




) 


a- 




11 




75 


1} 




. '1 


c- 




,, 




79 


11 







- 


"ift^ ; 


11 




81 


Faust and Saame 


A., 160, 71 


25, 65 ; vi., 847 


- 





11 




81 


Widmann 


B. S.,28, 511 ,36,723 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



107 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


d-Trichlornaphthalene 




CioH 6 01 3 




89 


Laurent 




iv., 12 


0- 


a 


5? 


a. 305 


90 


Atterberg 


B., 9, 926 


30, 516 


0- 


a 


IT 




90 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 901 


ae- 





55 




93 


Laurent 




iv., 12 


y- 


a,; a, 





abt. 300 


103 


Atterberg 


B., 9, 317 


29, 915 


y- 


55 


)5 




103 


Widmann 


B. S., [2], 28, 508 


32,901 


y- 


55 


5) 




103 


55 


B., 12, 2230 


38, 168 


8- 


i" 2 ; a i 


); 




124 


Atterberg 


B., 9, 1187 


31, 85 


8- 


55 


> 




129 u. c. 


n 


>} 


55 


8- 


H 


55 




129 u. c. 


55 


)) 


55 


8- 


55 


5> 




131 


55 


B., 9, 1733 


31, 466 


8- 


55 







131 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 511 


32, 901 


J- 


.... 


)> 




140 


55 


B., 12, 1714 


38,47 


ad- 


.... 


)5 




160 


Laurent 




iv., 12 


a- di- 




CioHsds 




93 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 900 


chloride 
















55 


.... 


?) 




93 


Atterberg and 


B., 10, 1842 


34,322 


"- 










Widmann 






8- 55 !I 


.... 


T 




152 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 507 


32, 900 


a-Dichlornaphthalene 


.... 


10 H 6 Clj 




Liquid 


Laurent 




iv., 11 


x- 


.... 


j 




Liquid 


5J 




JJ 


2- 


.... 


5) 


280-300 




Rimarenko 


B., 9, 663 


30, 298 


ad- 


.... 


)5 


.... 


29 


Laurent 




iv., 11 


e- 


.... 







31 


55 







a- 





)) 


280-282 


35-36 


Faust and Saame 


A., 160, 69 


25, 65 ; vi., 846 


a 


& 


55 


282-5-284 


35-36 


Krafft and Becker 


B., 9, 1089 


30, 518 








(740) 










a- 





55 




35-36 


Faust and Saame 


B. S. [2], 22, 244 


31, 207 


a- 





)5 




35-36 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 900 


a- 





J5 




38 


)5 


B., 15, 2160 


44, 208 


1- >i 





5J 




48 


55 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 901 


)- 


(3 


5) 




48 


Cleve 


B., 12, 1714 


38, 47 


c- 


.... 


55 




50 


Laurent 




iv., 11 


0- 


3 


55 




59 


Armstrong 


B., 15, 205 




6- 


(3 


55 




61-5 


Cleve 


B. S., 29, 415 




0-(?) 


.... 


)) 




51 


Hermann 


A., 151, 81 


vi., 846 


i3- 


ai 2 5 


5) 




66 


Atterberg 


B., 9, 1187 


31, 85 


0- 





" 




68 


Hermann 


A., 151, 81 


vi., 846 


0- 





55 


281-283 


68 


Faust and Saame 


A, 160, 70 


25, 65 ; vi., 846 


8- 


)) 


5) 


286-287(740) 


68 


Krafft and Becker 


B., 9, 1089 


30, 518 


0- 


)* 


55 




68 


Faust and Saame 


B. S. [2], 22, 244 


31, 207 


0- 


)) 


55 




67-5 


Cleve' 


B. S. [2], 26, 242 


31, 208 


0- 


)> 


55 




67-68 


Meldola 




43, 2 


0- 


)) 


J5 




68 


Arnell 


B. S., 39, 62 


44, 595 


0- 





5) 




67-68 


Atterberg 


B., 10, 547 


32, 623 


0- 





5> 




67 


55 


B., 9, 1189 




0- ' 





55 




67-68 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 516 


32, 900 


0- 


>J 


55 




67 


55 


B., 12, 1714 


38, 47 


f- 


QI ; fll 


55 




83 


Atterberg 


B., 9, 1732 


31, 466 


f- 




)5 




83 


Widmaun 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 901 


?- 


i;a 


55 




92 


Hermann 


A., 151, 163 


vi., 846 


?- 





5i 




94 


Claus and Ochler 


B., 15, 314 


42, 737 


y- 5, 


, 


5J 




95 


Laurent 




iv., 11 


y- 


.... 


55 




101 


55 




55 


7- 


l5 2 


55 




107 


Atterberg 


B., 9, 1188 


31, 85 


y- ,, 


u 


55 


abt. 289 


107 


55 


B., 9, 317 


29, 915 


y- ,, 


si 


55 




107 


55 


B. S. [2], 22, 244 


31, 207 


y- 


u 


55 




107 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 900 


y- 


)' 


55 




107 


Armstrong 


B., 15, 205 




- 


ci; a 


55 


.... 


114 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 22, 244 


31, 207 


8- 


)> 


55 




114 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 900 


8- 


TJ 


55 




114 


Cleve 


B., 10, 1724 


34, 154 

_ 



108 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


8-Dichlornaphthalene 


'Cl ; Cl 


C 10 H 6 C1 3 




114 


Alen 


B. S. [2], 36, 433 


42, 409 


*- 




5> 




120 


Widmann 


B., 15, 2162 


44, 208 


11 


ft; (?) 


) 


.... 


135 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 22, 244 


31, 207 


e- 





II 


.... 


135 


Widmanu 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 901 


- 11 










135 


Cleve 


B., 10, 1722 


34, 154 


- 11 





U 


285 


135 


Glaus & Zimmermai 


B., 14, 1483 


40, 915 


<- 










135 


A16n 


B. S. [2], 36, 433 


42, 409 


- n 










135 


Cleve 


B. S., 25, 244 


39, 142 


a- ,, /3- tetra- 




10 H 6 C1 C 




Liquid 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 506 


32, 900 


chloride 
















y- 1- ,, 


.... 







85 


Widmann & Atter 


B. S. [2], 27, 513 


32, 901 












berg 






r 


.... 







85 


Atterberg & Wid- 


B., 10, 1842 


34,322 












mann 






c- 




H 




141 


Laurent 




iv., 9 


,, a- 11 




,, 




172 


Faust and Saame 


A., 160, 67 


25, 64 ; vi., 846 


- o- 


.... 


11 




172 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 506; 


32, 900 














B., 15, 2160 




Chlornaphthalene 


a 


C 10 H 7 C1 


250-252 


Liquid 


Faust and Saame 


A., 160, 68 


25, 64 ; vi., 846 





a 





254-255 


Liquid 


Atterberg 


B., 9, 317, 927 


29, 915 


11 


a 







Liquid 


Palm 


B., 9, 499 


30, 206 





a 







Liquid 


Liebermanu 


A., 183, 225 


31, 607 





a 







Liquid 


Smith 




32,563 





a 





293 


Liquid 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 509 


as, 900 


11 


a 





251-253 


.... 


Koninck and Mar- 


B., 5, 11 


25, 302 












quart 









a 





259-262 




Laurent 


A., 8, 13 







a 





abt. 260 




Carius 


A,, 114, 146 







ft 





256-5 cor. 


55-5 


Cleve and Dannfelt 


B. S. [2], 25, 256 


30, 81 





ft 





254 


53 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 25, 258 


30, 82 





ft 


11 


.... 


61 


Palm 


B., 9, 499 


30, 206 





ft 





258-258 (761 


56 


Kimarenko 


B., 9, 663 


30, 298 





ft 


11 


.... 


61 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 270 


31, 607 





ft 







53 


11 


J) 


n 





ft 





.... 


56 


11 


,, 








ft 







56 


Smith 




32, 563 





ft 







55-5-56 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 900 





ft 





.... 


53, 


Cleve 


B., 10, 1722 


34, 154 





ft 







59 


Armstrong 


B., 15, 203 




/3- tetra- 


ft> 


C, H 7 C1 5 




Liquid 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 506 


32, 900 


shloride 
















a- 


fti 







81 


11 


B., 12, 1714 


38,47 


' 11 n 


.... 







105 


Gerhardt 




iv., 9 


11 11 


.... 


,, 




121 


Fischer 


B., 11, 741 




11 11 









128-130 


Faust and Saame 


A., 160, 67 


25, 64 ; vi., 846 


a- ,, 


"i 







131-5 


Widmann 


B., 12, 1714 


38,47 


"- 11 11 


a,a,a. 2 /3,j3 2 ; 







182 


11 


B. S. [2], 28, 506 


32, 900 


Naphthalene dichloride 


.... 


C, H 8 C1 2 




Liquid 


Laurent 


A.C.[1833],52,278 




n n 









Liquid 


Fischer 


B., 11, 737 




11 11 


"A 







Liquid 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 899 


., tetrachloride ... 


.... 


O IO H 8 C1 4 




160 


Laurent 


A. C. [1883], 52, 278 


iv., 8 


11 11 









182 


Schwarzer 


B., 10, 379 




11 11 




11 




182 


Fischer 


B., 11, 738 




11 11 


.... 


11 




182 


Faust and Saame 


A., 160, 66 


25, 64 ; vi., 846 


11 11 


a i;ftft J 







182 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 


32, 899 


Tetrachlorisocymene 


MePr"Cl 4 =1.3.(?) 4 . 


C 10 H 10 C1 4 




158-5 


Kelber 


B., 16, 617 


44, 806 


Dichlorcymene 


Me.Pr a .Cl2=1.4.(2) 2 


C 10 H 12 C1 2 


240-244 




Gerichten 


B., 10, 1252 


34, 49 


Dichlorisocymene 


Me.Pr 6 .Cl. i =1.3.(?)j 


11 


280 






A., 210, 53 




Cumylene chloride .... . L. 







255-260 




Cahours 


A. C. [3], 23, 345 


ii., 184 


11 11 




11 


255 p. d. 




Tuttscheff 


J. p. C., 75, 370 


11 


Tetrachlorturpentine 


.... 


C 10 H 12 C1 4 


.... 


110-115 




.... 


v., 925 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



109 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Chlorcymene 


Me.Pr.Cl=1.4.6 


C 10 H 13 C1 


208-211 




Gerichteu 


B., 10, 1249 


34, 49 





5J 


JJ 


214 




Kekul6 & Fleische 


B., 6, 1090 


vii., 935 ; 27, 66 


.... .... .. 


5) 


j) 


214 




Gerichten 


B., 11, 1091 


34, 787 




Me.Pr a .Cl=1.4.5 




208-210 






B., 11, 365 ; J. p 
















[2], 3, 64 




Cymylchloride 




TJ 


225-229 




Brrera 


G. I., 13, 421 


46, 300 


,, 


.... 


JJ 


220-240 






J. [1875], 414 




(?) 


.... 


,, (?) 


abt 225 




Spica 


G. I., 5, 394 


29, 582 


,, .... 


C 6 H 4 .Pr.CH 2 Cl 


3) 


230 




Patera 6 and Spica 


G. I., 9, 397 


38, 107 


Ob lorcaraphene 


> 


Ci H 15 Cl 




60 


Pfaundler 


A., 115, 29 


i., 728 


,, .... 


.... 


JJ 




60 


Wright 




26, 688 


,, 




1) 




60 


Spitzer 


B., 13, 1046 


38, 717 


(?) 




)) 




100 


Wright 


26, 549, 686 


vii., 833 


Carnphene dichloride 


.... 


QoHi 6 Cl 2 




70 


Pfaundler 


A., 115, 29 


i., 728 





.... 







155-155-5 


Spitzer 


B., 11, 1819 


36, 168 


jj jj 


.... 


i 




155-155-5 


jj 


B. 13, 1046 


38, 717 


Chlorterebene hydrochloride 


C 10 H 15 C1.HC1 







107 


Papasogli 


G. I., 6, 538 


31, 593 


Divalerylene hydrochloride.. 




C 10 H 17 C1 


115-120(20 


.... 




B. S., 33, 24 




Diisoprene hydrochloride .. 




jj 


145 






B. S., 24, 112 




Geranylchloride 




>) 


d. 


1. 15 


Jacobsen 


A., 157, 232 


vii., 552 


Cajputene hydrochloride 




jj 


160 








i., 713 


jj jj 


.... 


j) 




55 




J. [1860], 482 




Calamene hydrochloride 


.... 


jj 




63 


Kurbatow 


A., 173, 4 


28, 91 


jj jj 


.... 


(?) 




abt. 65 


jj 


B., 6, 1210 


vii., 231 


Cetrene hydrochloride 


.... 


jj 




100 






i., 1005 


Turpentine hydrochloride ... 


.... 


jj 


165 


115 


.... 




v., 922 


jj 


.... 


jj 




b. 10 






)> 


Terpene hydrochloride 


From parsley oil 


jj 




115-116 


Gerichten 


B., 9, 258 


30, 78 


Terebene hydrochloride 


C 10 H 6 .HC1 


jj 




125 


Armstrong & Tildei 




35, 733 


JJ JJ 


jj 


jj 




125 


Riban 


B. S. [2], 19, 244 


27, 154 


Isoterebenthene hydrochloride 




jj 


210 




jj 


C. E., 79, 225 




Terebenthene hydrochloride 




jj 


120 (0-045) 


Liquid 


Barbier 


C. E., 96, 1066 


44, 809 


j) jj 


.... 


jj 


120 (0-04) 


Liquid 


jj 


J) 


jj 


Terpene hydrochloride 


C, H 6 .HC1 


jj 


abt. 210 


125 


Tilden 


C. N., 39, 256 


36, 943 


JJ JJ 


jj 


jj 




127 


Beilstein & Wieganc 


B., 15, 1742 




JJ JJ 


From pinus sylvestris 


jj 


204 p. d. 


127 


Flawitzky 


B. S. [2], 30, 433 


36, 168 


JJ JJ 




jj 




131-132 


Armstrong&Tilden 




36, 733 


Olebene hydrochloride 


C 10 H 6 .HC1 


jj 




127 


Kurbatow 


Z. C. [2], 7, 201 


24,695;iii,,873 


JJ JJ 


jj 


jj 




127 


u 


A., 173, 3 


28,90 


Borueol chloride 




jj 




132 


Kachler 


A., 164, 75 


vii., 206 ; 26, 
















1011 


,, ,j .... 




jj 




147-148 c. 


jj 


B., 11, 460 


34, 512 


,, 


.... 


jj 




159 c. 


jj 


A., 197, 86 


36, 1040 


Camphene hydrochloride .... 




jj 




145 


Armstrong&Tilden 




36, 73? 


JJ JJ 




jj 




145 


jj ) 




36, 744 


a- 


nactive] 


jj 




145 


jlontgolfier 


A. C. [5], 6, 372 




/3- 


jj 


jj 




147 


jj 


A. C. [5], 6, 374 




jj jj 


n HC1 gas 


jj 




147 


jj 


A. C. [5], 14, 5 


34, 901 


JJ 5) 




jj 




153 


Cachler and Spitzer 


A., 200, 343 


38, 324 


;i JJ 




jj 




156-157 


jj jj 


jj 


J) 


Terpene hydrochloride 


iYom athamantha oroselinum 


ji 


90 






A., 51, 337 




J) V 


Muscat nut oil 


jj 


04 




Cloe'z 


J., 17, 536 




Divalerylene dihydrochloride 




CinH-isCls 




25 




B. S., 33, 24 




Citrene dihydrochloride 


''rom lemon oil 


jj 


42 


43-44 


Uahours 




i., 1005 


5) JJ 


jj 


jj 


62 




Blanchet and Sell 




)) 


JJ 


sweet orange 


j 




oO 




Gin., 14, 306 


i., 1002 


Terpeue dihydrocloride 


camphor oil 


j 




42 


jallemand 


A. C., 57, 404 


i., 729 


jj D 


erigeron canadense ... 


ji 




47-48 


?eilstein & Wiegand 


B., 15, 2854 


44, 346 


jj ji 


colophony 


jj 




9 


I6nard 


C. K., 92, 886 


40, 739 


)! )) 


templin oil 


jj 




5 




. [1855], 645 


v., 720 


1) )) 




,, 







'ildeii 


B., 12, 1131 


33, 249 


51 JJ 




jj 




8 


jj 




35, 288 



110 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. } V T a " s ' D J ct J 
& J. uh. Soc. 


Terpene dihydrocloride 




C 10 H 18 C1 2 




48 


Tilden 


C. N., 39, 256 


36, 943 


/3-Isoterebenthene dihydro- 


C 10 H 16 .2HC1 







49-5 




A. C. [5], 6, 228 




chloride 
















Diisoprene dihydrochloride... 





,, 




49 


Tilden 


45, 414 




11 








175-180 


49-5 




B. S., 24, 112 










(150) 










Pilocarpene dihydrochloride 










49-5 


Hardy 


J. Ph. [4], 23, 95 


31, 325 


Carvene dihydrochloride 








*... 


50-5 




A., 40, 333 


i., 809 


Cajputene dihydrochloride ... 










55 




J. [1860], 482 


i., 713 


Sylvestrene dihydrochloride 





11 




72-73 


Atterberg 


B., 10, 1206 


34,79 













72-73 


Tildeu 


C. N., 39, 256 


36, 943 


Copabene dihydrochloride .... 










77 






ii., 17 


Menthyl chloride 




C 10 H 19 C1 


204 




Walters 


A., 32, 292 


iii., 881 


C 10 H 18 hydrochloride 


From calamene oil 







abt. 65 


Kurbatow 


B., 6, 1210 


27, 259 


Chlordiamylene chloride 




C 10 H 19 C1 3 


240-250 




Bauer 


Z. C. [1867], 393 


vi., 122 


Decyl chloride 


From isocapryl alcohol 


C 10 H 21 C1 


175-185 






J. [1864], 338 







fusel oil 





190-200 




Wurtz 


B.S. [1863], 5, 315 


v., 1091 





petroleum 


11 


200-204 




Pelouze & Cahours 


J., 16, 530 








diamyl 





abt. 200 




Schorlemmer 


15, 425 


iii., 182 


Chlorundecylene 




CiiH 21 Cl 


221-223 




Giesecke 


Z. C., 6, 431 


vii., 808 


Undecylene dichloride 


.... 


CnHjjClj 


270 






Z. C. [1870], 431 




Undecyl chloride 


.... 


C n H,, 3 Cl 


220-224 






J. [1863], 530 




Pentachlordiphenyl 


.... 


C 12 H 5 C1 5 




179 


Doebner 


B., 9, 130 


40, 911 





.... 





m. a. 360 


779 


Schmidt & Schultz 


A., 207, 342 





Trichlordiphenyl (?) 


.... 


C 12 H.C1 3 (?) 




126 


11 11 





40, 910 


Dichlordiphenyl 


01.01=4.4' 


C 12 H 8 C1 2 




148 


Griess 


P. T. [1864], 3, 730 


iv., 410 











315 


148 


Kramers 


A., 189, 142 


32, 898 













148 


Schmidt & Schultz 


A., 207, 339 


40, 910 





C 6 H 3 C1 2 .C 6 H 5 


,, 




179 


Dcebner 


B., 9, 129 


29, 932 


Chlordiphenyl 


Ph.C 6 H 4 .Cl=1.2 


C 12 H 9 C1 


26T-268 


34 


Kramers 


A., 189, 144 


32, 898 





=1.4 







75 


Schultz 


B., 7, 52 


27, 468 ; vii., 
















937 





n 11 


n 




75 





A., 174, 209 


28, 149 





11 11 


11 


288 


75-5 


Kramers 


A., 189, 145 


32, 898 





=1.3 







89 


Pfankuch 


J. p. C. [2]; 6, 106 


26, 363 ; vii., 
















656 


Duodecyl chloride 


.... 


C 12 H 25 C1 


242-245 




Pelouze & Cahours 


J., 16, 530 


vi., 547 


From pentachlorfluorene 




Ci 3 H s Cl s (?) 




110 


Hodgkinson and 


43, 171 




dichloride 










Matthews 






Pentachlorfluorene dichloride 


See C 13 H 8 C1 2 


C 13 H 5 C1 7 




104 


11 11 


43, 170 




Trichlorfluorene 


.... 


C 13 H 7 C1 3 




147 


Holm 


B., 16, 1082 


44, 922 


Dichlorfluorene 


c.c:c.c.c:c.c 


C 13 H 8 Clj 




128 


Hodgkiuson and 


B., 16, 1103 


43, 170 




II 1 1 II 
cic.c:c c : c.cci 








Matthews 






Diphenyl dichlormethane .... 


C01 2 Ph 2 


C 13 H 10 C1 2 


220 (671) ; 


Liquid 


Kekul6 and Franchi- 


B., 5, 909 ; A., 


26, 171 








305 p. d. (760) 




mont 


187, 217 




chlormethane 


Ph 2 CHO. 


C 13 H n Cl 




14 


Engler and Bethge 


B., 7, 1128 


28,65 


Tridecyl chloride 




C^H^Cl 


258-260 






J. [1863], 530 




Octochlorophenanthrene 


.... 


C 14 H 2 C1 8 




270-280 


Zetter 


B., 11, 168 


34, 510 


Octochloroanthracene 


.... 






n. f. 350 


Diehl 


B., 11, 177 


34, 429 


Heptachloranthracene 


.... 


C 14 H 3 C1 7 




a. 350 





B., 11, 176 


11 


Hexachlorphenanthrene 


.... 


C 14 H 4 C1 6 




249-250 


Zetter 


B., 11, 168 


34, 510 


Hexachloranthracene 




11 




a. 330 


Bolas 


C. N., 28, 167 


27, 64 


11 .... 








320-330 


Diehl 


B., 11, 175 


34, 429 


Tetrachlorphenanthrene 


.... 


C 14 H 6 C1 4 




171-172 


Zetter 


B., 11, 167 


34, 510 


jS-Tetrachloranthracene 


.... 


,, 




152 


Liebermann and 


B., 13, 1589 


40, 100 












Lindemann 






a- ,, 




n 


.... 


220 


Gwebe & Liebermann 


As., 7, 283 vi., 179 


a- 


.... 





.... 


220 


Diehl 


B., 11, 174 


34, 429 


Trichloranthracene 




C 14 H 7 C1 3 


.... 


162-163 


Schwarzer 


B., 10, 378 


32, 494 


Dichlorphenanthrene 


.... 


C I4 H 8 C1 2 


.... 


low temp. 


Zetter 


B., 11, 166 


34, 510 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



Ill 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling Melting 
Point. Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dichlorauthraceue 


c 6 H 4 :c 2 ci 2 :c 6 H 4 


C 14 H 8 C1 2 




205 


Perkin 


24, 14 


vi., 179 





C 6 H 2 C1 2 : C 2 H., : C 6 H 4 







255 


Kircher 


B., 17, 1167 


46, 1040 


Dichlordiphenyl dichlorethyl- 


cci 2 :(c 6 H 4 ci) 2 


C 14 H 8 C1 4 




89 


.... 


B., 7, 1181 




ene 
















Dichloranthracene dichloride 


G 6 H 4 :c 2 ci 4 :c f ,H 4 







149-150 


Schwarzer 


B., 10, 377 


32, 493 


From authraquinoue chloride 




11 




203-204 


Thorner and Zincke 


B., 10, 1480 


34, 231 


Dichlorphenaiithrene tetra- 


C 14 H 8 CL;.C1 4 


C 14 Hg(Jl 6 




145 


Zetter 


B., 11, 165 


34, 510 


chloride 
















a-Dichloranthracene tetra- 










141-145 d. 


Diehl 


B., 11, 174 34, 429 


chloride 














0-Dichloranthracene tetra- 










205-207 


Liebermann and 


B., 13, 1588 40, 99 


chloride 










Lmdemann 




Monochlorphenauthrene .... 




C 14 H 9 C1 




Liquid 


Zetter 


B., 11, 166 34, 510 


Monochloranthracene 







.... 


103 


Perkin 


C. N., 34, 145 31, 209 


Chlortolane dichloride 




C 14 H 9 C1 3 


.... 


137-145 


Limpricht and 


B., 4, 379 


vii., 1162 












Schwanert 






11 11 


.... 


,, 




150 


11 11 





24, 511 


Pentachlortolylphenylketone 


Ph.CCl 2 .C 6 H 4 .CCl 3 =1.4 


C 14 H 9 C1 5 




79-80 


Thorner 


B., 9, 1738 ; A., 


31, 464 ; 34, 68 














189, 95 




Dichlorphenyltriehlorethane 


CC1 S CH:.(C 6 H 4 C1),, 


11 




105 


Zeidler 


B., 7, 1181 


28, 148 


0-Tolane dichloride ' C 6 H 6 .C 2 C1 2 .C 6 H 5 


C 14 H 10 C1 2 




60 


Hanhart 


B., 15, 900 42, 1103 


P- ,, ,, .... .... ,, 


n 




63 


Zinin 


Z. C. [2], 4, 718 ; | vii., 157, 1162 ; 














Z. C. [2], 7, 284 24, 1041 


P- ,, 





n 




63 


Liebermann and 


B., 12, 1973 38, 259 












Homeyer 




P- ^ yy .... 





11 




63 


Limpricht and 


B., 4, 379 24, 511 












Schwanert 






a- i, 11 


11 


^ 




140 


Hanhart 


B., 15, 899 


42, 1103 


a- ,, v 










143 


Liebermann and 


B., 12, 1973 


38, 259 












Homeyer 






a- ,, ,, .... .... 


11 


11 




153 


Zinin 


Z. C. [2], 4, 718 


vii., 157, 1162 


a- 


,, 







153 


11 


Z. C. [2], 7, 284 


38, 259 


a- 11 11 


11 







153 


Limpricht and 


B., 4, 379 


24,511 












Schwanert 






Dichlorstilbene 




C 14 H 10 C1, 




170 


Kade 


J. p. [2], 19, 461 


38,46 


Diphenyldichlorethylene .... 


Ph 2 c : CCL, 


,, 




80 


Baeyer 


B., 6, 223 


Dichlordiphenylethylene 


CH 2 : C(C 6 H 4 C1), 





280-285 


Liquid 


Hepp 


B., 7, 1419 


28, 362 


Tolane tetrachloride 


Ph.CCl 2 .CCl 2 Ph 


C 14 H ln Cl 4 




163 


Liebermann and 


B., 12, 1971 


38, 259 












Homeyer 




ii n 










163 


Hanhart 


B., 15, 901 


Tetrachloranthracene 


G 6 ci 4 :c 2 H 2 :c 6 H 4 


11 




148 


Kircher 


B., 17, 1167 


46, 1040 


Diphenyltrichlorethaue 


Ph 2 .CH.CCl :j 


C u H n Cl s 




64 


Baeyer 


B., 5, 1099 


26, 501 


Chlorstilbene dichloride 




B 




85 


.... 


B. J., 25, 620 




?-Stilbene dichloride 


C 6 H 5 .C 2 H 2 CL,.C 6 H 5 


C 14 H 12 C1 2 




69-70 


Forst and Zincke 


B., 8, 797 


28, 119C 


p- ,, 





,, 




92-93 


11 n 


11 


J) 


ft- ,1 11 










94 


Zincke 


A., 198, 134 38, 115 


ft- 11 n 










94 


Perkin 


39, 427 


ft- n 11 










93-94; a -f- 


Zinck6 


B., 10, 999 


32, 622 










160-165 






?. 
11 11 




n 




153 


11 


A., 198, 134 


38, 116 


"- 11 11 


,, 


11 


.... 


184 


Amman 


Z. C. [2], 7, 83 


24, 385; vii., 171 


a- i, 11 


11 







188 


11 


A., 168, 74 


26, 1140 


"- 11 11 


,, 







190 


Forst and Zinck6 


B., 8, 797 


28, 1190 


"- ,i 11 










191-192 


11 11 


B., 10, 999 


32, 622 


"- 11 11 










192 


Paal 


B., 16, 638 




a . 









192 


Perkin 




39, 427 


. " n H 


M 


H 


.... 


191-192; a.f. 


Zinck6 


B., 10, 999 


32, 622 










160-165 








a- (identical) 










192 





A., 198, 131 


38, 115 


- 11 11 11 


)} 







192 


n 


11 


n 


Di-chlordibenzyl 


ClC 6 H 4 (CH 2 ) 2 .C 6 H 4 a=( 1 .4) 2 


n 


.... 


112 


Kade 


J. p. [2], 19, 462 


38,46 



112 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


From benzyl chloride 


.... 


C 14 H 13 C1 


204-206 p. d. 


.... 


Zincke" 


B., 7, 278 


27, 691 


Tetradecyl chloride 


.... 


C 14 H 29 C1 


280 




Pelouze & C'ahour 


J., 16, 530 




Trichloridryl 




C 15 H 7 C1 3 




a. 300 


Goldschmidt 


W. A., 81, 415 


40, 283 


Dichlorditolyl methane 


CH 2 .(C 6 H 4 CH 2 C1)., 


C, 5 H 14 C1., 




106-108 


Weiler 


B. 7, 1187 


28, 152 


Hydrochloride, from cubebs 


C 15 H 24 .HC1 


C 15 H 25 C1 




117-118 


Oglialoro 


G. I., 5, 467 


30, 643 


oil 
















Dihydrochloride, from cubeb 


C 15 H 24 .2HC1 


C 15 H M C1 2 




118 





B., 8, 1357 




oil 
















D 





JJ 




131 






ii., 172 


Tetrachlorpyrene 




C 16 H 6 C1 4 




a. 330 


Goldschmidt and 


M. C., 4, 241 


44, 1003 












Wegschneider 






Trichlorpyrene 


.... 


c 16 H 7 a 3 




256-257 





J) 




a-Dichlorpyrene 


.... 


C^HaCL, 




154-156 





M. C., 4, 239 


44, 1002 


0- 


.... 







194-196 





M. G, 4, 240 





Chlorpyrene .... 




C 16 H 9 C1 




118-119 




M. G, 4, 238 


44, 1001 


Diphenyl trichloroquartene... 


C 3 H 2 Cl 3 .CH.Ph 2 


C 16 H 13 C1 3 




80 


Hepp 


B., 7, 1420 


28, 362 


Ditolyl dichlorethylene 


(G 6 H 4 Me) 2 C:CCl 2 


C 16 H 14 Cl2 




92 


Fischer 


B., 7, 1191 


28, 154 


trichlorethane 


(C 6 H 4 Me) 2 CH:CCJ 8 


C 16 H 15 C1 3 




89 











Cetyl chloride 


.... 


C 16 H 33 C1 


a. 200 




Tiittscheff 


E. C. p. [2], 463 


I., 840 





.... 





289 p. d. 







J., 13, 406 




Trichlorchrysene 




C 18 H 9 C1 3 




a. 300 


Schmidt 


J. p. [2], 9, 279 


27, 988 


Dichlorchrysene 




C 18 H 10 C1 2 




267 





J. p. [2], 9, 278 





Triphenylchlormethane (?) .... 


Ph 3 CCl (?) 


19 15^ (v 




105-115 




B., 7, 1208 ; A., 
















194, 254 




Iso-amylchloranthracene 


1 TT (1 tnfr* TJ \ . pi TT 
64 ' 2 \ G ll/ . ^64 


C 19 H 19 C1 




70-71 


Liebermann and 


B., 14, 797 


40, 737 












Tobias 

















70-71 


Liebermann 


A., 212, 111 


42, 863 


a-Heptachlordinaphthyl 




C 20 H 7 C1 ? 




70 


Widmanu 


B. S. [2], 28, 505 32, 901 


p- 









164 











Enneachlordinaphthalene .... 




C 20 H 7 C1 9 




156-158 


Faust and Saame 


A., 160, 73 


vii.,466;25,65 


Heptachlordinaphthalene .... 




C 20 H 9 C1 7 




106 


!> 


A., 160, 65 


25, 65; vl.,847 












100-102 





TJ 


M 


Tetrachlor-/3j3-dinaphthyl .... 




Co H 10 Cl 4 




m. b. 100 


Smith and Poynting 




27, 855 


a-Dibenzoylbenzene tetra- 


C 6 H 4 (CCl 2 Ph) 2 


C 20 H 14 C1 4 




91-92 


Wehnen 


B., 9, 311 




chloride 
















Hydrocuminoin dichloride .... 


C 9 H n .CHCl.CHCl.C 9 H n 


C 20 H 24 C1 2 




184-185 


Eaab 


B, 10, 54 


32, 894 


(?) 




C 20 H 33 C1 


abt. 110 




Bauer and Verson 


A., 151, 52 


vi., 1112 


(?) 







180-200 d. 







A., 151, 57 




From Minjak Lagam balsam 


C 20 H 32 .4HC1 


C 20 H 36 C1 4 




114 


Haussner 


A. P. [3], 21, 241 


46, 355 


oil of copaiva balsam.... 










77 


.... 


A., 34, 321 




jj 










54 


.... 


A., 7, 158 




Eikosylene hydrochloride .... 




C^H-jgCl 


i25-23D 


Liquid 


Lippmann & Hew- 


B., 12, 71 


36, 447 












liezek 






(?) 


.... 


C 21 HC1 2 ., 




102 


.... 


J. [1877], 421 




a-Dinaphthyldichlorethylene 


(G 10 H 7 ) 2 c:cci 2 (?) 


C^H^CL, 




149-150 


Grabowsky 


B., 11, 299 


34, 509 


P" 


(C 10 H 7 )CLC:CC1(C 10 H 7 ) (?) 





a. 360 


219 





B., 11, 300 





a-Dinaphthytrichlorethane .... 




C 22 H 15 C1 3 


.... 


(?) 





B., 11, 298 





P- .... 


(C, H 7 ) 2 CH.CC1 3 (?) 







156 











Camphocarbonylchloride .... 




C^H 2S CI 8 




45-45-5 


Kachlerand Spitzer 


C. C. [1881], 359 


42, 66 


Tetrachlor- +trichlorpropane 


3C 3 K 4 C1 4 + 5C 3 H 5 C1 3 


C^H,^ 


40 (i. v.) 




B., 16, 329 




Cholesteryl chloride 


.... 


C 26 H 43 C1 




100 


Planer 


A., 118, 26 


vi., 448 





.... 







97 


Lindenmeyer 


A., 112, 359 




Myricyl chloride 


... 


C^ILjCl 




64-5 


Pieverling 


A., 183, 348 


31, 586 


,, .... 









fi4'5 


Uanzoneriand Spica 


G. 1. [1882], 22~ 


42, 1040 


Pentaphenylchlorethane 


CPh 2 Cl.CPh 3 


3 ,H 26 C1 


a. 340 


120-125 




. [1877], 403 




Tarconyl chloride 




50 H 101 C1 or 




57-68 1 


^anzoneriand Spica 


G. I. [1882], 227 


42, 1040 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 
(3.) CHBr. 



113 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 






CHBr 3 


144-146 




Bolus and roves 




24, 783 








abt. 145 




Borodino 


K. L. 2 145 




51 * " 


.... 


H 




.... 






11 








147-148 




Klimenko 


J. p.C. [2], 13, 18 


29, 900 








149-150 




Schmidt 


B., 10, 193 


32, 293 








151-2 c. (760) 


8 &' % 


Thorpe 




37, 201 








152 




Cahours 


J., 1, 501 


37, 202 








120-3 (330) 


7-8 


Perkin 


45, 533 










148-150 




Dyson 


43, 36 






, 




151-2 




Henry 


A. C. [5], 30, 266 


46, 718 










9 


Herrmann 


G. J. C., 1855 




Methylene dibromide 


.... 


CH 2 Br 2 


80-82 




Steiner 


B., 7, 507 


27, 782 


11 11 







98-5 


1. 12 


Henry 


A. C. [5], 30, 266 


46, 718 


11 11 


.... 


,, 


96-5-97-5 c. 




Perkiu 


45, 520 




Methyl bromide 


.... 


CH 3 Br 


13 (759) 


.... 


Pierre and Pucliot 


C. R, 27, 213 


iii., 987 





.... 





4-5 




Henry 


A. C. [5], 30, 266 


46, 718 





.... 





4-5 c. 




Perkin 


45,_454 




(?) 


.... 





b. -17 


.... 


Bunsen 




iii., 422 


Tribromethyleue 


CBr 2 :CHBr 


C 2 HBr. t 


130 




Lennox 


13, 206 


ii., 570; 34, 401 





11 


,, 


162-163 


Liquid 


Sabanejeff 


A., 178, 123 


29,56 








11 


162 


.... 


Demole 


B., 11, 315 


34, 401 


11 








163-5 




Anschutz 


A., 221, 133 


46, 33 





.... 


(C 2 HBr 3 )., 


.... 


174 


Sabanejeff& Reboul 


C. R, 54, 1229 


41, 391 












175 


Sabanejeff 


A, 178,114 


29, 56 


Pentabromethane 


CHBr 2 .CBr 3 


C 2 HBr 5 




48-50 


Reboul 


A., 124, 268 


ii., 571 











.... 


50-52 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 253 


26, 625; vii., 
















828 








n 




51 


Orlorsky 


B. S. [2], 28, 348 


34,31 











210 (300) 


54 


Druzel 


B., 12, 2208 


38, 228 








11 


.... 


56-57 


Burgoin 


C. R., 80, 325 


28, 553 


Dibromethylene 


CH 2 1 CBr 2 


C 2 H 2 Br 2 


75 




Fontaine 


C. R, 7, 1361 


vii., 490 








H 


88 


.... 


Reboul 


A, 126, 270 










11 


86-88 


.... 


Henry 


C. R., 97, 1491 


46, 571 





11 





88-90 


.... 





C. R, 98, 680 


46, 831 








n 


87-92 & 87-95 




Demole 


B., 11, 316, 1308 










,, 


88 


.... 


Sabanejeff 


B. S. [2], 34, 323 


40, 399 


.... .... 


11 





90-91 




Henry 


C. R, 98, 741 


46, 831 











91 


Liquid 


Tawildarow 


B., 6, 1459 


vii., 479; 27, 
















348 










91 


... 


Plimpton 


41, 397 










n 


91-5 




Anschutz 


A., 221, 133 


46,33 


.... 


CHBr: CHBr 


H 


106-109 




Sabanejeff 


B., 12, 2075 













109-5 


.... 


Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


.... 





- 


110-111 


.... 


Anschutz 


A., 221, 133 


46, 33 











110-111 


1. 17 


Plimpton 


41, 391 












110 




Henry 


C. R, 98, 741 


46, 831 




11 


a 


110-111 


1.-17 


Plimpton 


39, 536 






.... 




130 




Berthelot 




41, 391 






H 


157 




Tawildarow 


A., 176, 23 







.... 


H 


161 







B., 6, 1459 


vii., 479; 27, 
















348 





(CH 2 :CBr 2 ) n 


(C 2 H 2 Br 2 ). 


220-230 


Liquid 


Demole 


B. S. [2], 34, 204 


40, 142 


Tetrabromethane 




C 2 H 2 Br< 


206 


Liquid 


Burgoin 


B. S. [2], 19, 148 


26, 621 





.... 





195-197(300); 




Denzel 


B., 12, 2207 


38, 228 








225-227(732) 















11 


200 




Demole 


B., 11, 1308 


34, 847 









190-210 




11 


B. S. [2], 34, 201 


40, 142 


.... 


CHBr 2 .CHBr 2 


V 


abt. 200 


s. f. m. 


Lennox 


13, 206 


ii., 570 








n 


209 p. d. 


1. 20 


Tawildarow 


B., 6, 1459 


vii., 479; 27, 
















348 
















Q 



114 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tetrabromethane 


CHBr 2 .CHBr, 


C 2 H 2 Br 4 


d. 


Liquid 


Sabanejeff 


A., 178, 113 


29, 56 











.... 


1. 20 


Burgoin 


B. S. [2], 27, 395 


32, 443 


.... ... 








136-137-2(36 


1. 24 


Anschutz 


B., 12, 2074 


38, 98 











139-139-2(41 


1. 24 





B., 12, 2075 













200 d. 


.... 




A., 216, 255 













195-200 


.... 




B. S., 34, 28 







.... 





114(14) 


.... 


Anschutz 


A., 221, 133 


46,33 





CH 2 Br.CBr 3 





103-5 (14) 






















abt. 200 p. d 


s. 17 


Burgoin 


A. C. [5], 12, 427 ; 


34,30; 32,443 














B. S. [2], 27, 395 













150 


s. 


Sell and Salzmann 


B., 7, 496 










,, 


200 d. 




.... 


A., 216, 255 













208-211 






A., 176, 24 




., 


CHBr 2 .CHBr z 







abt. 42 


Berend 


A., 135, 257 


vi., 36 


y- 


CH 2 Br.CBr 3 





abt. 206 p. d 


54-5 


Burgoin 


C. R, 79, 953 


28, 343 











.... 


54-5 





B. S. [2], 27, 395 


32, 443 








jj 


220 


52 


Kessel 


B., 10, 1669 


34, 128 











206 


54-55 


Reboul & Burgoin 


C. R., 84, 556 


32, 592 


8- 


.... 







150-160 


Burgoin 


C. R, 79, 953 


28, 343 





(CHjBrrCBr,,). 


(C 2 H 2 Br 4 ) n 


.... 


185 


Tawildarow 


B., 6, 1459 


vii., 479; 27, 
















348 


Bromethylene(vinyl bromide) 


CH 2 :CHBr 


C 2 H 3 Br 


ord. temp. 


.... 


Regnault 




ii., 570 











16 




Anschutz 


A., 221, 133 


46,33 


n 


n 


jj 


16 c. 




Perkin 




46, 540 





jj 


jj 


18 




Reboul 


A., 155, 29, 212 


vii., 489 











17-18 


.... 


jj 


C. R, 74, 944 


25, 684 


>j JJ J> 








15-16 




Livoff 


B. S. [2], 30, 255 


34, 963 


Tribromethane 


CHBr 2 :CH 2 Br 


C 2 H 3 Br 3 


186-5 


.... 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 51, 84 


ii., 570 










187-188 




Anschutz 


A., 221, 133 


46, 33 








,, 


188 




Glockner 


As., 7, 111 


vi., 603 





B 




187 




Caventou 


C. R, 52, 1330 


vi., 594 





jj 


jj 


185-186 




Orlowsky 


C. C. [1877], 3 


32, 869 











186 




Simpson 


J., 10, 461 












188-6-189-5 c. 




Perkin 


45, 534 













184-185 




Demole 


B., 9, 49 


29, 692 










191 




Tawildarow 


A., 176, 21 







CBr 3 .CH s 





187-188 (721) 




Denzel 


B., 11, 1735 


36, 214 










180 






B. S., 34, 28 




Ethylidene dibromide 


CH^CHB^ 


C 2 H 4 Br 2 


86-88 




Michael 


A. C. J., 5, 192 


46, 418 


j> 





n 


87-92 




Demole 




38, 158 











93 




Anschutz 


B., 12, 2073 


38, 98 


n r, 








109 




Sabanejeff 




46, 418 


,, 








110 




Plimpton 


41, 397 




n 








110-5 




Anschutz 


A., 221, 133; B., 


46,33; 44,807 














16, 622 




JJ JJ 


jj 





108-110 c. 


\ 


Perkin 


45, 523 




n 







110-112 




Caventou 


C. R, 52, 1330 


vi., 594 










110-112 




Reboul 


Z. C., 13, 200 




n n 







110-112 




Paterno and Pisati 


G. I., 1, 596 


25, 233; vii., 
















493 


j, 







110 




Hofmann 


J., 13, 346 




u 





,, 


110 


.... 


Lescceur 


B. S. [2], 29, 483 


34, 718 


JJ JT 





jj 


109-110 (750) 


Liquid 


Denzel 


B., 11, 1735 


36, 214 


,, 





jj 


110 







A., 195, 210 


36, 368 











110-112 




Sabanejeff 


B. S. [2], 34, 323 


40, 399 


JJ JJ 


jj 


jj 


110 




Anschutz 


B., 12, 2073 


38, 98 


)> 







114-115 




Tawildarow 


A., 176, 12 




Ethylene dibromide 


CH 2 Br.CH. 2 Br 




129 


9 






ii., 569 


,, ,. 







127 




Jahn 


B., 13, 2108 




,, ,, 








131-132 




Butlerow 


J., 14, 652 




.1 >. 








127-128 




Jahn 


B., 13, 2115 




D j, 







132-5 




Hermann 







COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



115 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylene dibromide .... 


CH 2 Br.CH 2 Br 


C 2 H,Br 2 


129-129-5 




Carnelley 




28, 525 


!) 


5) 





137 




Lescoeur 


B. S. [2], 29, 483 


34, 718 











131-6 (760) 


s. 9-53 


Eegnault 


J., 16, 70 







,, 


,, 


132-6 (756-9) 


131 


Pierre 


C. B., 27, 213 













131-6 (770) 




Haagen 


P. A., 131, 117 




!1 








131 




Plimpton 


41, 397 













131 




Plimpton & Graves 


43, 123 













131-6 




Anschutz 


A., 221, 133 


46, 33 











131-5 c. 


8-2-8-4 


Perkin 


45, 521 













130-135 


.... 


Ladenburg 


B., 15, 1029 













130 


s. 


Cahours 


J., 3, 402 













131-45(760) 


9-3 


Thorpe 




37, 177 











129-5 


s. 12 to lj 


Eegnault 


A. C. [2], 59, 358 




,, 








129-2-131-4 




Brown 


39, 210 







JJ 





130 




D'Arcet 


J. P., 5, 28 













130 




Tawildarow 


B. S. [2], 34, 346 


40, 398 











130 




Denzel 


A., 195, 210 


36, 368 


Ethyl bromide 


CH 3 .CH 2 Br 


C 2 H 5 Br 


40-7 (757) 




Pierre 


C. B., 27, 213 


ii, 528 











38-78 




Linnemann 


A., 162, 39 


vii., 203 


,, ,, .... ... 








40-2 




Haagen 


P. A., 131, 117 







J) 





38-5 








vii., 438 





n 





42^4 




Eeboul 


C. B., 92, 1465 













41 




Grimshaw 




26, 310 


.... 








41 




Bonnet 















38-39 (760) 




Gladstone and Trib 




27, 410 







n 


38-5-39-5 




^ 




B 


, j, "*. .... 








38-5-39-5 




jj 







* 








38-37 




Eegnault 


J., 16, 70 













39 




Denzel 


A., 195, 210 


36, 368 











38-5-38-75 c 




Perkin 


45, 455 













38 




Henry 


C. B., 98, 370 


46, 979 











38-4 




Anschutz 


A., 221, 133 


46,33 








) 


39 




Plimpton & Graves 


43, 123 







,, 





39; 236 c.t. 




Pawlewski 


B., 16, 2633 


46, 252 











b. p. tables 




see Part III. 






Tribromallylene 


.... 


C 3 HBr 3 


190-195 


Liquid 


Pinner 


B., 8, 900 


28, 1245 


Pentabrompropylene 


.... 


C 3 HBr 5 


.... 


Liquid 


Merz and Weith 


B., 11, 2242 


36, 302 


Tetrabrompropylene (?) 




C 3 H 2 Br 4 (?) 




45-46 


Eeboul and Burgoin 


C. B., 84, 556 


32, 592 


Propargyl bromide 


CH i C.CH 2 Br 


C 3 H 3 Br 


88-90 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 6, 728 


vii., 1008 ; 26, 
















1123 





Jl 





88-90 


Liquid 





B., 7, 761 


27, 977 


Bromallylene .... 




(C 3 H 5 Br) a 




115-116 


Pinner 


B., 14, 1082 




Tribrompropylene 




C 3 H 3 Br 3 


183-185 




Oppenheim 


B.S.[2],2,6;4,434 


vi., 96 


Propargyl tribromide 


CHBr:CBr.CH 2 Br 





n. v. 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 7, 761 


vii., 1008 ; 27, 
















977 


Propargyl pentabromide 


CHBr 2 .CBr 2 .CH 3 Br 


C 3 H 3 Br,i 


n. v. 


Liquid 


n 








Pentabrompropaue 


From CH 3 .CHBr.CH 2 Br 


)> 


255 




Cahours 


A., 76,284; J.,3, 
















496 







.... 


a 


.... 


173 




A., 179,61; Z.C. 
















[1865], 719 




Dibrompropylene 




C 3 H 4 Br., 


120 


.... 


Oppenheim 


B.S.[2],26,4,434 


vi., 96 


Allylene dibromide .... 


CH 3 .CBr:CHBr 





120 




Cahoura 


J., 3, 496 







11 





127-131 




Linnemann 


J. 18, 490 


vi., 965 


,, 








132 




Oppenheim 


B.S. [2], 26,4,434 


vi., 96 





J) 





126-138 







J., 17, 493 




,, .... 


B 





130-131 




Borsche and Fittig 


J., 18, 314 




Dibrompropylene 


CH 2 :CBr.CH,Br 





141 




Henry 


.... 


vii., 1018 


n 


" 


M 


142 







C. B., 96, 1233 


44, 803 


", 






145 







A., 154, 371 







CHBr : CH.CH,Br 





151-153 




Eeboul 


B. S. [2], 14, 50 


vii., 1018 


)t 




a 


152 








ii., 899 


1 


.'.' 


5) 


150-152 




Heury 


A., 154, 363 


vii., 210 
















Q 2 



116 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibrompropylene 


CHBr:CH.CH s Br 


C 3 H 4 Br 3 


152 




Henry 


B., 14, 403 


40, 5G7 


Allylene dibromide 


.... 


(C 3 H 4 Br 2 ) n 




37 


Berthelot& De Luca 


A. C. [2], 63, 257 


i., 141 


Dibrompropylene dibromide 


.... 


C 3 H 4 Br 4 


226 


Liquid 


Cahours 


A., 76, 284 


vi., 9(5 


Allylene tetrabromide 


CH 3 .CBr 2 .CHBr 2 


J) 


225-230 d. 


Liquid 


Oppenheim 


B.S.[2],2,6;4,434 











(760); 110- 
















130 (10) 










i> 


CH 2 Br.CBr s .CH s Br 


)J 




195 


Hartenstein 


J. p- [2], 7, 317 


26, 1219 


Tetrabrom glycide 


CHBr 2 .CHBr.CH 2 Br 


)) 


250-252 


Liquid 


Reboul 


As. 1, 232 


ii., 899 


Tribromisopropyl bromide ... 


.... 





230-240 d. 


69 


.... 


A., 136, 64 


vi., 965 


3-Brompropylene 


CH 2 :CBr.CH s 


C 3 H 5 Br 


48-49 


Liquid 


Reboul 


C. R, 74, 669, 944 


vii.,51; 25,393 


.... 








48 







C. R., 74, 613 


28, 683 


0- 








48-49 




) 


B. S. [2], 17, 351 


vii., 1017 


j, 


1J 


)> 


48-49 (710) 




n 


B. S. [2], 16, 50 


)J 





TJ 


J) 


48 




j> 


C. R., 79, 317 


28, 50 


.... 





T 


47-48 (J42) 


Liquid 


?) 


A. C. [5], 14, 479 


36, 130 


- 


CHBr : CH.CH 3 


)J 


54 




Vogt 




vi., 91 





)> 





56-58 




Linnemann 


A., 136, 55 


vi., 965 


n 


T) 


?) 


56-5 







A., 138, 122 


vi., 967 


,, 


,, 





56-59 




) 


A., 136, 55 







? 


1> 


54 


.... 


Reboul 


B. S. [2], 14, 50 


vii., 1017 





) 


)> 


54 




Sawitsch 


C. R., 52, 399 





u- w 


) 





59-63 c. 


.... 


Perk in 


45, 542 




j> 


> 


)> 


57-6 c. (760) 




Linnemann 


A., 161, 43 


vii., 1017 





J) 


|J 


59-5-60 (740) 




Reboul 


C. R., 79, 317 ; 


28, 50; 36, 130 














A. C. [5], 14, 479 




j .... 


J 





62 


.... 


Reynolds 


.... 


vi., 91 


Allyl bromide 


CH 2 :CH,CH 2 Br 


1> 


62 




Cahours 


J., 3, 496 


i., 141 


j, 


51 





70 




Tollens& Henninger 


Z. C., 12, 88 




> 


1 


) 


70 




Henry 


Z. C., 13, 575 







11 





70-71 




Hiibner & Miiller 


Z. C., 13, 341 







) 


}) 


70-71 (753) 




Tollens 


A.,156,153;B.S. 


vi., 91 














[2], 9, 397 







) 





70 




Oppenheim 


G. J. C., 1869 




j> 


Jl 


J) 


70-77 c. 




Perkin 


45, 542 




Tribrompropane 




C 3 H 6 Br 3 


175-180 


Liquid 


Berthelot & De Luca 


A. C. [3], 48, 304 


i.,668; vii., 210 


> 


CH3.CBr2.CH2.Br 


)> 


190 


Liquid 


Reboul 


B. S. [2], 16, 50 ; 


vii., 1017; 28, 














C. R., 79, 317 


50 


tj 


> 


) 


190-191 c. 







A. C. [5], 14, 476 


36, 130 


n 


From CH 3 .CHBr.CH 2 Br 


) 


194-196 




Linnemann 


J., 18, 490 


vi., 965 


.... 


)) 


J) 


192 




Cahours 


J., 3, 496 







)> 1 


)) 


195 




Wurtz 


J., 10, 462 




> .... .... 


CH 3 .CHBr.CHBr a 





200-201 c. 




Reboul 


C. R, 79, 317 ; 


28, 50; 36, 131 














A. C. [5], 14, 481 




Tribromhydrin 


CH 2 Br.CHBr.CH 2 Br 


J) 


217-218 


16 


Wurtz 


A. G, 3, 60, 84 


i., 141 











219-221 


16-17 


Henry 


A., 154, 370 


vii., 209 


j 


5J 


J? 


215-220 




Reboul 


C. R, 92, 1465 




> .... 





J) 


abt. 240 




Perrot 


J., 11, 395 




.... 
Dibrompropane 


)) 

CH 3 .CBr 2 .CH3 


C 3 H 6 Br 2 


216-220 
113-116 




Tollens 
Butlerow 


A., 156, 168 
A., 145, 271 


vi., 967 





)J 





114-116 




Perkin 


45, 524 




> 


T> 


n 


114-115 


Liquid 


Reboul 


C. R, 74, 669 


25, 393; via., 50 


? 








114 







C. R, 74, 613 


25, 683 


5 





JT 


115-118 




Linnemann 


A., 138, 125 


vii., 1017 


) 


n 


J> 


113-116 


.... 


Triedel & Ladenburg 


B. S., 5, 8 


J 


)> 





) 


113-116 




Gladstone & Tribe 




27, 408 


1> 


i) 


) 


115 


.... 


Reboul 


C. R, 78, 1773 


27, 977 





5) 





114-114-5 


.... 





A. C. [5], 14, 465 


36, 129 








(740) 
















H 


114 




11 





36, 130 


TT .... 


) 


n 


122 


.... 


;> 


Z. C., 13, 200 




> .... .... 


CH 3 .CH2.CHBr 2 


5 


131-133 




;) 


A.C. [5], 14, 467 


36, 129 


' 


.... 


u 


136-139 


.... 


Gladstone & Tribe 




41, 11 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



117 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. I??" 5 '"- 
& J. Cn. Soc. 


1 .)i brompropane 


CH 3 .CHBr.CH 2 Br 


C 3 H 6 Br 2 


140-144 


.... 


Wurtz 


A., 104, 245 


v., 893 





)> 





140-143 




Linnemann 


A., 136, 53 


vi., 965 


,, .... 


j> 


)) 


140-5 







A., 138, 123 




,, 


i 


11 


141-61 


Liquid 





A., 161, 26 


25, 235 


ji 


) 


) 


141-143 


.... 


Butlerow 


A., 145, 271 


vi., 967 


* 





JJ 


143 


.... 


Friedel and Silva 


C. E., 73, 1379 


25, 135 


u .... 


tj 


)) 


141-61 




Linnemann 


A., 161, 43 


25, 237 


j) .... . 


j 


)1 


142-65 




Erlenmeyer 


A., 139, 226 




,, .... 


)> 


J 


143 




Reynolds 


J., 3, 495 


vii., 1017 


.... .. 


> 





1 42-142-3 c.; 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 523 








121-8-122-5 
















(330) 










.... 








143 




Eeboul 


C. E., 76, 1270 


26, 1016 





* 


) 


143-145 


.... 





C. R, 74, 613 


25,683 











141-143 




Friedel & Ladenburg 


B. S., 5, 8 







j 


) 


142-143 


.... 


Jahn 


B., 13, 983 


38, 794 


,, 


jj 





142-143 







B., 13, 2111 













142 




>i 


B., 13, 2113 




> .... .. 


n 


)) 


143 







B., 13,2116 







jj 





141-6 




Zander 


A., 214, 175 




M 


j 


)) 


140-141 


.... 


Friedel & Ladenbur 


B. S., 5, 8 




,, 


)i 





142 




Kekul6 & Fleischer 


B., 6, 1087 


27,66 


I? 


j) 


J 


141-143 




Gladstone & Tribe 


.... 


27, 408 


j> .... .... 


) 


)) 


142-143 












,, 


)> 


J 


145 




Cahours 


J., 3, 496 




j} .... .... 


n 





143 


.... 


Reboul 


C. R., 78, 1773 


27, 977 


, f 


jj 





143 







A. C. [5], 14, 453 


36, 129 


j .... .... 








141 




Hartniann 


J. p. [2], 16, 383 


34, 211 


)1 





> 


143-145 




Hermann 


A., 77, 162 




.... .... 


CH 2 Br.CH 2 .CH 2 Br 


)) 


160-163(719) 


Liquid 


Geromont 


A., 158, 370; B., 4 


iii.,49;42,157; 














549 


24, 697 


t .... 


)> 


)J 


161-163 




Niederist 


M. G, 3, 838 


44, 450 


1, .... 


)J 





165-S-1G7 c. 




Perkin 




45, 525 








(743}; 135-5- 
















1 36-5 c. (330) 










,, 








160-165 




Zander 


A., 214, 176 




,, 


J 





164-5-165-5 


Liquid 


Freund 


M. C. [2], 639 


42, 157 








(731) 










)J * 


)) 


) 


162-163 




Reboul 


C. R, 76, 1270 


26, 1016 


,, .... 


> 





162 







C. B., 74, 613 


25, 683 


J .... .... 


)> 


)> 


165 


.... 





C. R, 78, 1 773 


27, 977 


j) .... .... 


>J 





165 c. 







C. R, 79, 169 


27, 1153 


)> 





) 


164-165 




) 


A. C. [5], 14, 472 


36, 129 


J) .... 


Mixture ?) 


J) 


141-161 


.... 


Linnemann 


A., 161, 26 


vii., 1013 


sopropyl bromide 


CH 3 .CHBr.CH 3 


C 3 H 7 Br 


60-63 (739) 


.... 


j) 


A. 161, 57 


v,,890; vi.,965 


,, 








60-63 




Kekulke&Schrotter 


B., 12, 2280 




,, ,, .... 








60-63 


.... 


Gustavson 


B. S. [2], 26, 346 


34, 49 


,, ,, 


n 





59-63 




Zander 


A., 214,160 




.... .... 


M 





59-62 


.... 


Aronstein 


R. T., 1, 134 


44, 173 








?j 


60-63 


.... 


;? 


B., 14, 608 




,, ,, 


JT 





9c. 


.... 


5 erkin 




45, 455 


ropyl bromide 


CHj.CH^CH^r 


> 


71-71-5 




f'ittig, Konig, and 


Z. C. [2], 4, 44 


vi., 963 












Schaffer 






j M * 


) 


j> 


0-3-70-8 


.... 


Jhapman & Smith 


22, 198 


)> 


) M 








8-72 




jinnemann 


A., 148, 259 


vi., 964 


,, ,, 


) 


)> 


1 




Kekul6 & Schrotter 


B., 12, 2280 




,, ,, .... 


)J 





1-71-5 


.... 


Aronstein 


B., 14, 608 




,, ,, .... 


)> 


)i 


0-8-71 c. 




i'erkin 




45, 455 


), ,, .... .... 


) 


j 


0-71 




tossi 


A., J59, 79 


vi., 964 





)) 





0-71 (749) 


.. 


> 


G. I., 1, 230 


24, 1032 





M 





2 


.... 


'ierre and Puchot 


A. C. [4], 22, 284 


vi., 964 


, 


I) 





0-72 


.... 


Zander 


A., 214, 159 





118 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Propyl bromide 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 Br 


C 3 H 7 Br 


70-82 




Liimemann 


A., 162, 43 


vii., 203 





> 


)> 


70-8 




) 


A., 161, 26 


vii., 1013 


> 


is 


J> 


72 




Pierre and Puchot 


J. Ph. [4], 13, 93 


vii., 1013 ; 24, 
















524 


Hexabrombutylene 




C 4 H 2 Br 6 


.... 


52-53 


Merz and Weith 


B., 11, 2246 


36, 303 


Hexabromisobutaue 




C 4 H 4 Br 6 


.... 


108-109 


55 


B., 11, 2245 


36, 302 


Dibrombutylene 


.... 


C 4 H 6 Br 2 


140-1!)0 


.... 


Caventou 


A., 127, 96 ; J., 
















16, 506 




Crotonylene dibromiJe 


.... 


)J 


148-158 







A., 127, 349 


ii., 965 


Butine tetrabromide 


CHBr 2 .CBr 2 .CH 2 Me 


C 4 H 6 Br 4 




113-115 


Prunier 


C. R, 76, 1410 


vii., 401 





.... 





115-116 




Caveutou 


B., 6, 70 







.... 





99 


.... 




A., 172, 291 




Bromisobutylene 


CMe 2 :CHBr 


C 4 H 7 Br 


88-92 




Butlerow 


Z. C. [2], 6, 524 


vii., 224, 401 


Brombutylene 


.... 


JI 


82-92 




Caventou 


A., 127, 96 ; J., 
















16, 506 


x 


0- 


.... 


)) 


86-88 




.... 


A., 195, 126 


\ 


* 


.... 





97 p. d. 




Jaff6 


A., 135, 301 


vi., 158 


dibromide 




C 4 H 7 Br 3 


208-215 d. 


.... 


Caventou 


A., 127, 96 ; J., 
















16, 506 




Bromisobutylene dibromide.... 


Mej.CBr.CHBr 2 


j> 


214-218 


.... 


Linnemann & Zotta 


A., 162, 33 


25, 479 


y-Iso-butylene dibromide .... 


CMe 2 Br.CEL,Br 


C 4 H 9 Br 2 


149 




Linnemanu 


A., 161, 178 


vii.,216;25,39f> 


> " 


Jl 


)) 


149-7 c. 




D 


A., 162, 12 


25, 476 








) 


146-150 




Linnemann & Zotta 


A., 162, 33 


25, 478 








1 


148-149 




Linnemann 


A., 162, 36 




n 


J> 





148-149 




Hofmanu 


B., 7, 515 


27, 792 


y 


> 


)> 


147-150(760); 


.... 


Perkin 


.... 


45, 525 








118-120 
















(313) 













n 


)J 


146-148 




Studer 


B., 14, 2188 







)> 





149-152 




Paterno 


G. I., 12, 337 ; 
















B., 16, 802 




yj 





5J 


147-148 




Nevolu 


B. S. [2], 24, 122 


29, 59 


> 





JJ 


147-148 




>j 


C. R, 83,65 & 146 


30, 621 





) 


)) 


148 




Grosheintz 


B. S. [2], 29, 201 


34, 562 


JJ 


>i 


I) 


148 


.... 


Le Bel and Greene 


B. S. [2], 29, 306 


34, 773 


Butylene dibromide 


.... 


J) 


153 


Liquid 


Puchot 


A. C. [5], 28, 507 


46, 167 


ft- 


CHEtBr.CH 2 Br 


J) 


158 


.... 


Wurtz & De Lynes 


J., 17, 500 


v., 739 





> 


J> 


156-159 (755) 




Wurtz 


B. S. [2], 8, 268 


vi., 376 








) 


156-159 




Linnemann 


A., 161, 190 


25, 396 





(?) 





158-160 


.... 


Chapman 


20,28 


25, 397 


.... .... 





)> 


158-159 




Nevole 


B. S. [2], 24, 122 


29,59 


j, 





)1 


158 




Grosheintz 


B. S. [2], 39, 201 


34, 562 


,, n 





)) 


ICO 




Cahours 


J., 3, 402 




it 








156-158 


.... 


Le Bel and Greene 


B. S. [2], 29, 306 


34, 774 


M 





)> 


156-160 




n 


)) 








5) 


5) 


156 


.... 


)i 


)> 


34, 773 





)) 


C 4 H 7 Br 


164-165 




Nevol6 


C. E., 85, 514 


32, 868 


,, jj .... 


) 


) 


164-165 


.... 








?) 


- 


CHMe.Br.CHMeBr 


C 4 H 3 Br s 


166 




Wurtz 


Z. C. [2], 5, 407 ; 


vi., 377 ; 25, 














A., 152, 23 


396 





> 


)> 


165-5-166 







B. S. [2], 8, 265 ; 


34, 562 ; vii., 














J., 22, 365 


216 


) 





)> 


166-167 




Linnemann 


A., 161, 199 


25, 396; vii., 
















216 








) 


164-165 




Grabowsky and 


A., 179, 331 


29, 542 








(757-5) 




Saytzeff 






j) .... 





JJ 


168 




Grosheintz 


B. S. [2], 39, 201 


34, 562 


)> > 


) 


)I 


166 


... 


Le Bel and Greene 


B. S. [2], 29, 306 


34, 773 


8- 


.... 


(?) 


175-195 


...i 


Grosheintz 


B. S. [2], 29, 201 


34, 562 


Butyl bromide 


CMe 3 Br 


C 4 H 9 Br 


73-74 


Liquid 


Eeboul 


C. R, 93, 69 


40, 1025 


*) j) .... .... 


)) 


!) 


72 




Roozeboom 


B., 14, 2396 


42, 154 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



119 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Butyl bromide 


CMe 3 Br 


C 4 H 9 Br 


70-5-73-5 c. 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 457 


Isobutyl bromide 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 Br 





89 




Wurtz 


A., 93, 114 


v., 734 


) ?) 


11 





92 




Chapman and Smith 


22, 153 


vi., 373 





11 


11 


87-88 




Eeimer 


B., 3, 756 ; Z. C. 


vii., 222; 24, 














[2], 7, 26 


121 


7) 


ig 


n 


89 




Lieben and Eossi 


G. J. 0., 1872 




J> 


11 


it 


90-5 




Pierre and Puchot 


J. Ph. [4], 139 ; 


vii., 218 ; 24, 














A., 163, 278 


524 


.... 


11 


j> 


92-33 c. 




Linnemann 


A., 162, 34 


25, 476 


,, ,, 


u 





91-3-92-3 c. 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 457 





11 


j 


92 




Williams 


.... 


31, 541 


Butyl bromide 


CH 2 Me.CH 2 .CH 2 Br 





100-4 (744) 




Lieben and Rossi 


A., 158, 137 


24, 520; vii., 216 


,, 








99-88 c. 




Linnemann 


A., 162, 39 


vii., 203 


,, , " 








99-94 




D 


A., 161, 198 


25, 396 


,, 





)! 


99-83 c. 


.... 


!! 





J) 


Bromvalerylene 


.... 


C 5 H.Br 


125-130 d. 




Eeboul 


A., 135, 373 


v., 982 


Valerylene dibromide 


. 


C 5 H s Br 2 


166- 172 







A., 135, 372 


M 


) M 







170-175 







A., 132, 121 




Isoprene dibromide 




I> 


175-180 


.... 


Bouchardat 


C. R., 89, 1117 


38, 323 


Isopropyl acetylene dibromide 


Prf.CBr:CHBr 


)1 


175 


1. 20 


Bruylants 


B., 8, 407 




Propyl 


Pr.CBr : CHBr 


J> 


190 


.... 


)j 


B., 8, 411 




Valerylene tetrabromide 


.... 


C 6 H 8 Bi- 4 


.... 


b. 10 


Reboul 


A., 132, 120 


v., 982 


Isoprene tetrabromide 


CH 2 Br.CBrMe.CHBr.CH 2 Br 


n 




1. -18 


Tilden 


C. N., 46, 120 


44, 75 


,, 




3 




1. 20 





45,414 




Pentine tetrabromide 




11 


.... 


1. 20 


j> 







Isopropyl acetylene tetra- 


Pr0.CBr 2 .CHBr 2 


1 


275 


1. 20 


BruylauU- 


B., 8, 407 




bromide 
















Propyl acetylene tetrabromide 


Pr~.CBr2.CHBr,, 


)) 


275 


1. 15 





B., 8, 412 




Piperylene tetrabromide 


CMe 2 Br.CBr 2 .CH 2 Br (?) 


>J 


.... 


114-5 


Hoffmann 


B., 14, 665 


40, 621 


>! ) 


3? 


51 




114-5 


Schotten 


B., 15, 424 




Isoprene hydrobromide 


.... 


C 5 H 9 Br 


104-105 




Bouchardat 


C. R, 89, 1117 


38, 323 


Valerylene hydrobromide .... 


.... 





112 




Reboul 


A.&Z.C.[1867],173 


v., 982 


i) 


.... 


51 


115 




3> 


C. R., 64, 284 


vi., 1123 


Bromamylene 




> 


100-110 




Bauer 


A., 120, 167 


vi., 119 




symmetrical 




110-112 






A, 200, 37 








)J 


110-115 






M. C., 4, 81 








51 


115 




Reboul 


A. 


v., 982 








115 




Bouchardat 


C. R., 93, 316 


40, 1114 






11 


117-118 




Linnemann 


A, 143, 351 


vi., 119 






(?) 


abt. 175 




Wurtz 


A., 123, 202 


vi., 117 


dibromide 




C,,H 9 Br 3 




Solid 


Reboul 


C. R., 58, 1058 


vi., 120 


Amylene dibromide 


CHMe 2 .CHBr.CH 2 Br 


C 5 H 10 Br 2 


25 




Flavitsky & Kriloff 


B. S. [2], 28, 347 


34,20 


jj 


.... 


H 


67-70 




Niederist 


A., 196, 349 


36, 700 


Valerylene dihydrobromide 




)l 


170-175 




Reboul 


A. 


v., 982 


11 5 


.... 


)) 


180 p. d. 







Z. C. [1867], 173 


vi., 1123 


Amylene dibromide 


CHEtBr.CHMeBr 


It 


178 p. d. 




Wagner & Saytzeff 


A., 179, 307 


29, 547 


,, j, 


From iso-amylene 


11 


170-180 




Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 55, 458 


vi., 119 


,, ,, 


CHMe 2 .CHBr.CH 2 Br 


11 


170-180 




Bruylants 


B., 8, 406 




11 11 


.... 


11 


175-180 




Bouchardat 


C. R., 93, 316 


40, 1114 


11 




11 


170-175 




Helbing 


A., 172, 281 




,, 


CMe 2 Br.CHBr.Me 


31 


126-127-5 




Perkin 




45, 527 








(215) 










,, 


.... 


)! 


184-188 




Thorpe and Young 


B., 5, 556 


vii., 892; 24, 
















343 ; 26, 803 


Amyl bromide 


CMejBr.CHj.ck, 


C 5 H n Br 


108-109 




Wischnegradsky 


B., 10, 405 


32, 420 












and Flawitzsky 












108 






B., 10, 406 


1) 




)* 


)1 


107-109 




>j j> 
Wischnegradsky 


A., 190, 328 


34, 394 




CHMe 2 .CHBr.CH 3 


11 


113 c. 




Wurtz 




vi., 113 








115-1.16 




Wischnegradsky 


B., 10, 406 


32, 420 






11 






and Flawitzsky 







1-20 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Isoamyl bromide 


. CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 Br 


C 5 HnBr 


1187 


.... 


Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213 




,, .... 





)) 


118-8 




Haagen 


P. A., 131, 117 










)) 


1187 


.... 


Mendelejef 


J. [1860], 7 


vi., 110 


,, 


i> 





121 


.... 


Chapman & Smith 


22, 198 





j j) 


> 


)1 


118-124 


.... 


Grimshaw 




26, 310 


,, 


T 


)) 


119-123 


.... 







32, 261 


,, ,, 


W 


1) 


120-4 (745-2 


.... 


Balbiano 


G. I., 6, 229 


31, 209 


,, }> .... 





)? 


120-2-120-7 1 




Perkin 




45, 458 


,, .... 


* ) 


)) 


117-117-5 


.... 




M. C., 2, 649 




Amyl bromide 


. CH^CHA-CHyBr 


]) 


128-7 (739-4] 




Lieben and Rossi 


G. I., 1,314; A., 


vi., 1137; 24, 














159, 73 


1034 


Pentabrombenzene 


* 


C 6 HBr 5 


.... 


a. 240 


.... 




vi., 263 


j> 


i .... 


)J 




260 


Diehl 


B., 11, 191 




Tetrabrombenzene 


Br 4 =1.2.3.5 


C 6 H 2 Br 4 


.... 


95 


Korner 




vi., 263 





j> 





.... 


95-96 


Losanitseh 


B., 15, 473 


\ 





)> 


JJ 


.... 


98 


Mayer 


A., 13, 7, 218 


vi.,N263 





n 


) 


329 


97-2 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 212 


? 








300-320 


96, 98, & 99- 


Wurster & Nolting 


B., 7, 1564 


29, 389 


M .... . 


> 


11 


.... 


98-5 


Richter 


B., 8, 1429 


29, 390 











.... 


98-5 


Limpricht 


B., 10, 1540; A 


34, 220, 494 














191, 175 




7T 


T 
)> , 


) 


.... 


98 


Silberstein 


J. p. C., 27, 118 


44, 060 








)) 




98-5 





yj 


44, 661 





= (?) 


5) 


.... 


136-138 




M. C., 2, 194 




JT " 


t> 


)) 


.... 


137-140 


Kekul6 


A., 137, 172 


vi., 263 


.... .. 


> > 





.... 


160 


Glaus and Ladl 


B., 14, 1169 


40, 814 





M >7 


J 


.... 


160 


Halberstadt 


B., 14, 911 




,, 


> 


) 




s. abt. 160 


Riche and Burard 


A., 133, 51 


iv., 414 


n 


I> * 


)) 




175 


Meyer 


B., 15, 46 


42, 607 


rribrombenzene 


Br 3 =1.2.4 


C 6 H 3 Br 3 


266-280 


44 





A., 137, 224 


vi., 263 


>T " 


i 







44 


Stiiber 


B., 4, 969 


25, 305 


j> **** "* 


j> 





268-272 u. c. 


43-44 


Wurster 


B., 6, 1490 


27, 369 


> 


?> w 


)> 




43 


j> 


A., 173, 145 


28, 756 





W JJ 


) 


.... 


44 


Wroblewski 


B., 7, 10, 61 


28, 58 


V 


)> JJ 


)) 




44 





A., 192, 196 


34, 978 





)r 


n 


275-27"<5 u. c. 


44 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 223 


,> 








.... 


44 


Limpricht 


B., 10, 1538 ; A., 


34, 220, 493 














191, 175 







=1.2.3 





.... 


87'4 


Korner] 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 224 


n 


=1.3.5 







115 


Stiiber 


B., 4, 961 


25, 305 





)1 


)5 


.... 


118-5 


)> 


n 


s> 


)f .... .... 


V )> 


5) 


s. a. 278 u. c. 


119-6 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 224 


)I 


)> n 


)I 


.... 


119 


Silbersteiu 


J. p. C., 27, 104 


44, 660 


5> 





)J 




119-120 


Losanitseh 


B., 15, 474 


42, 955 


) 


> 


J) 


.... 


118-5 


Jackson 


B., 8, 1172 


29, 390 


.... 










118-5 


Reinke 


A., 186, 271 


32, 466 


Jj .... 


> 


1) 


.... 


118-5 


Limpricht 


B., 10, 1538; A., 


34, 220, 494 














191, 206 




)ibrombenzene 


Br.Br=1.3 


C 6 H 4 Br 2 


abt. 215 u.c. 


1. 28 


Meyer and Stiiber 


B., 4, 958 


5,303; vii., 139 





> 


j 


.... 


1. 25 


Wurster 


B., 6, 1492 


27, 369 


)> .... .... 


i> 


n 


214-220 


1. -27 


Wursler and 


B., 7, 419 


27, 691 












Grubenmann 






)> 





si 




1. 28 


Vteyer 


B., 7, 1560 


28, 758 


.-. .... 








219-4(754-8} 


I. 20 


Corner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 214 


u 


?> )> 





216-4 




(?) 


(?) 













23-224 


I. 28 


(?) 


(?) 




j *< .... 


= (?) 





17 u.c. 


Liquid 


)umreicher 


B., 15, 1867 







=1.2 


jj 


13-215 c. 


1 


liese 


B., 2, 61 


i., 263; 25, 304 


M 


)> )) 


>! 


09-211 c. 


.... 





A., 164, 176 


ii., 139; 26, 64 


11 .. .... 





JJ 


23-8(751-6) 


1 


Corner 


3. I., 4, 305 


9, 214 


5) 


=1.4 


>J 


19 


39 


3ouper 


A.. C. [3], 52, 309 


,543;iv., 414 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



121 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibrombenzene 


Br.Br=1.4 


C 6 H 4 Br 2 


219 


89 


Riese 


B., 2, 61 


vi., 263 










89 


Dumreicher 


B., 15, 33 


42, 606 




11 





215-217 


88 u.c. 




B., 15, 1867 




n 


11 11 







89 


Walker and Zinck 


B., 5, 116 


25, 418 


11 "* "" 


11 11 


11 


219 


.... 


Korner 


G. I., 1874, 331 


vii., 925 





11 i 


1) 




89 


KekulS 


A., 137, 173 







11 > 


1) 


218-219 


88-5 


Meyer 


A., 156, 281 


vii., 925 





11 11 


11 




89 


Richter 


B., 6, 373 


26, 1133 


.... 


11 11 


11 




89 


Wurster 


A., 173, 145 


28, 758 





11 11 


11 


220 


89 


Halberstadt 


B., 14, 911 







11 





21 8-6 c. 


89-3 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 213 








(757-66) 













51 11 


11 


218-3-218-4 c. 



















(747-2) 













11 11 


1) 




89 


Borns 


A., 187, 350 


32, 768 





11 11 


11 




85-86 


Neville & Winther 




37, 435 





11 11 


J) 


.... 


89 


ii 11 




11 





1) >1 







87-035 


Mills 


P.R.S. [1881], 205 




( >ctobromhexylene 


.... 


C 6 H 4 Br 8 




184 


Merz and Weith 


B., 11, 2249 


36, 303 


(?) 




C 6 H 4 Br 2 


120-125 


.... 


Wahl 


B., 10, 1234 




Brombenzene . 




C fl H 5 Br 


150 


b. 20 


Couper 


A. C. [3] 52, 309 


1., 543 








153-6 




Weger 












154 




Heumann & Kochlin 


B., 16, 1625 


44, 1051 








154 




Ladenburg 


B., 7, 1685 










152-154 




Fittig 


A., 121, 361 


iv., 414 








154-86-155-52 




Adrienz 


B., 6, 443 


26, 886 








155 




Krafft 


B., 8, 1044 


29, 71 








154-6-155 




Bruhl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 








(742) 
















155-166 




Riche 


A., 121, 362 










1565 




Meyer 


A., 137, 220 




Octobromhexane 


CHBr 2 .(CHBr) 4 .CHBr 2 


C 6 H^Br 8 




135 


Merz and Weith 


B., 11, 2250 


36, 303 


Dipropargyloctobromide 


CHBr 2 .CBr 2 . (OH 2 ) 2 .CBr,. 





n. v. 


140-141 


Henry 


B., 6, 959 ; B., 7, 


vii., 1008 




CHBr 2 










22 







.... 


11 


.... 


140-141 


n 


J. p. C. [2], 9, 321 


27, 456, 1078 


Bromdiallylene 


.... 


C 6 H.Br 


abt. 150 


Liquid 





B., 14, 400 


40, 565 


Dibromdiallyl 


C 3 H 4 Br.C 3 H 4 Br 


C 6 H 8 Br 2 


205-210 


.... 


n 


B., 6, 956 


26, 1215 








11 


210 c. 




11 


J. p. C. [2], 8, 57 


27, 351 


Dibromdiallyl tetrabromide 


.... 


C 6 H 8 Br, 




76-77 





B., 7,23; J. p. C. 


27, 456, 1078 














[2], 9, 231 




Hexabromhexane 


CH s Br.(CHBr) 4 .CH,Br 


1) 


.... 


152 


Merz and Weith 


B., 11, 2250 


36, 303 


Hexine dibromide 


Me.UBr:CBr.(CH 2 ) 2 Me 


C 6 H 10 Br 2 


d. 130 


1. 20 


Hecht 


B., 11, 1054 


34, 717 


Diallyl tetrabromide 


CH 3 Br.CHBr.(CH 2 ) 2 CHBr. 


C 6 H 10 Br 4 




62-5-63-5 


Wagnerand Tolleus 


B., 6, 589 


26, 11 22; vii., 




CHjBr 












46 








11 


.... 


60-63-5 


! 11 


n 


11 


Tetrabromhexane 


.... 


U 


318 c. 


112 


.... 


A., 139, 251 




n 




11 




120 




Z. C. [1871], 69.9 







From iododipropylene 







142 


Bouehardat 


C. R., 74, 809 


25, 410 


Bromhexylene 


.... 


C 6 H n Br 


99-100 


Liquid 


Destrem 


A. C. [5], 27, 5 







From petroleum 


u 


138 


.... 


Reboul and Truchot 


A., 172, 70 


27, 783 


,, 




j, 


135-140 


.... 


Cuventou 





11 


0- i> 


mannite 





138-141 


.... 


Hecht and Strauss 


H 











(738-5) 










/3-bromhexylene dibromide ... 




C 6 H n Br 3 


125-135 c. 


.... 


.... 


A., 135, 126 




Hexylene dibromide 


CMe 2 Br.CMe 2 Br 


C 6 H I2 Br 2 




140 p. d. 


Pawlow 


B., 11, 513 


34, 563 


i) 


11 







140 


Eltekoff 


B., 16, 399 




11 11 


Prfl.CHBr.CHBrMe (?) 





.... 


139-140 





B., 11, 412 


34, 482 




CMe 2 Br.CMe 2 Br 





.... 


168-169 


Rizza 


J. R [1882], 99 


42, 491 











169 


Kaschirsky 


B., 11, 984 


36, 46 








.... 


169-170 





C. C. [1881], 278 


42, 37 


11 11 





D 


180-190 


.... 


Helbing 


A., 172, 281 







From petroleum 





192-198 


.... 


Pelouze & Cahours 


J., 16, 526 


24, 343 

D 



122 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hexylene dibromide 

Hexylidene dibromide 
Hexyl bromide 

Pentabromtoluene 
Tetrabromtoluene 

Tribromtoluene 


i, 

,5 



i, 

Benzylene dibromide 
Brombenzyl bromide 

11 ! 

11 i 
Dibromtoluene 


From mannite 
paraffin 

C 4 H g .CHBr.Me 
CHMePr-.CH.jBr 

C 6 Br 6 Me 

Me.Br 4 =1.2.3.4.6 

11 
=1.2.3.4.5 
=1.2.3.5.6 
Me.Br 3 =1.3.4.5 
=1.2.3.4 
=1.2.3.5 
=1.2.3.6 
=1.2.4.6 
=1.2.?.6 
=1.3.5.? 
=1.3.4.5 
=1.2.4.5 

11 11 

' =1 " 
C 6 H 6 .CHBr., 
C 6 H 4 .Br.(CH 2 Br)=1.2 

=1.3 
=1.4 

Me.Br 3 =1.2.(3 ?) 

11 11 
=1.3.5 

=1.2.4 

11 11 

=1.2.6 

1 11 
! 11 
11 11 

=1.2.6 or 1.2.4 
=1.3.4 

11 11 

=1.2.5 (?) 

=1.2.3 

11 i 
. 1.3.5 


C 7 H 3 Br 5 
C 7 H 4 Br 4 

M 

C r H 5 Br 3 

)1 
11 

V 

C 7 H 6 Br 2 

11 

i, 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 

11 
11 


195-197 
195-200 

190-200 
210-212 
210-212 
205 
143-145 
142-145 
155-5 
(743-87) 

260 

290 
290 

130-140(20) 

236 
237 
238-239 
246 

238-239 
237 

246 
246 

238-239 
240 

239-241 
236 

240 

O (ft 


282-283 
282-283 
283-285 
105-108 
106-8-108 
111-111-5 
116-117 
1. 20 
44-4-447 

52-53 
58-59 
66 
70 
70 
88-89 
110-111-5 
111-2-112 
112-113-6 
111-8-112-8 
111-2-112-8 
150 

Liquid 

1. -15 
30 
41 
61 
b. 20 
1. 20 
1. 20 
1. 20 

1. 20 

Liquid 
1. -20 
Liquid 
1. 10 
Liquid 
Liquid 
1. 20 

Liquid 
1. f. m. 
1. 20 
Liquid 

27-4-27-8 
27-4-28 

QQ 


Hecht and Strauss 
Thorpe and Young 

Thorpe and Young 
Sehorlemmer 

Lieben and Janeck 
Gustavson 

Neville & Winther 
11 11 

11 n 
11 i) 
Wroblewsky 
Neville & Winther 

)! 11 
11 11 
11 11 

Wroblewsky 
11 
Neville & Winther 

11 11 
11 11 
11 n 

Pfankuch 

Michaelson and 
Lippmann 
Jackson 
Jackson and White 
Jackson 

11 
Wroblewsky 

11 

Neville & Winther 
Wroblewsky 
Neville & Winther 
11 11 
11 11 
11 11 
Wroblewsky 
Burghard 
Neville & Winther 
Jannasch 
Wroblewsky 
Neville & Winther 
Wroblewsky 
Neville & Winther 
11 11 


A., 172, 67 
B., 5, 556 

A., 128, 228 
J. [1862], 411 
A.,124,293;165,9 
A., 165, 1 
P. T., i. [1878] 
M., 4, 34 
A., 187, 137 

B.S. [2], 28,347 
B. S. [2], 26, 346 

B., 13, 975 

\ 
B., 13, 976 \ 

B., 13, 975 
A., 168, 194 
B., 13, 975 
B., 13, 974 

5J 

B., 13, 975 
A., 168, 195 
Z. C. [2], 7, 271 
B., 13, 974 

B., 14, 417 

11 
B., 13, 974 
J. p. C. [2], 6, 108 

B. S. [2], 4, 251 

B., 9, 932 
B., 13, 1218 
B., 9, 932 
B., 9, 931 
Z. C. [2], 6, 239 
Z. C. [2], 7, 135 
A., 168, 147 
Z. C. [2], 7, 271 

1) 

A., 168, 185 

A., 168, 191 
B., 13, 973 

A., 168, 184 
B., 8, 560 
B., 13, 964 
A., 176, 287 
A., 168, 185 
B., 13, 973 
A., 168, 147 
B., 13, 965 
B., 13, 964 

Tl 1 t QKK 


27, 783 
25, 803 ; vii., 
892 

32, 866 
32, 880 

34, 48 
34, 49 
37, 450 
37, 449 

11 
37, 451 

27, 54 
37, 451 

11 

11 
27, 54 
24, 1062 
37, 451 
37, 445 
37, 451 
39, 83 
39,84 

n 
26, 363 ; vii., 
656 
vi., 281 

30, 512 
38, 879 
30, 512 

11 
vi., 280 
24, 564 
vii., 1165 
24, 1062 ; vii., 
1165 
vii., 1165 

37, 451 
27, 54 
37, 439 
37, 446 
37, 451 
37, 440 
27,53 

37, 451 
28, 889 
27,53 
37, 451 
27, 53 
37, 434 

11 
art AV7 







































COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



123 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibromtoluene 







> 
Hexbromheptine 
Dibromtoluene tetrabromide 
Benzylbromide 
j .... .... 
.... .... 
Bromtoluene 


Me.Br s =1.3.5 

=1.2.3 or 5 

i i) 
=1.3.5 

=(?) 
=1.3.4 

C 6 H 5 .CH 2 Br 

) 

1) 

Me.Br=1.2 


C 7 H 6 Br., 

1) 
>J 
J? 


)> 

C 7 H 6 Br 6 

)) 

C 7 H 7 Br 

J) 
) 
) 


249 
239 

241 

abt. 245 
245 

198-199 
201-5-202-5 c. 
202 
181-183 

182 


39 

42-5 
42-5 
60 

107-108 
107-108 
134 
134 

1. 20 
Liquid 


Neville & Winther 
Wroblewsky 
11 

!> 

Fittig 
Wroblewsky 
Benard 

)) 

Kekule 

)) 

Lauth and Grimaux 
Rosenstiehl and 
Nikiforoff 
Wroblewsky 


B., 13, 966 

Z. C. [2], 7, 210 
A., 168, 147 
Z. C. [2], 7, 202 ; 
A., 168, 190 
A., 147, 41 
Z. C. [2] 
C. E., 91, 419 
A.C. [6], 1, 223 
A., 137, 190 
J., 20, 662 
B. S., 7, 108 
Z. C. [2], 5, 635 

Z. C. [2] 7, 135 


37, 437 

vii., 1165, 1177 
34, 686 ; 25, 698 
24, 686; 27, 54; 
vii., 1165 
vi., 280 
vii., 1165 
38, 893 
46, 844 
v., 853 
vi., 279 
v., 853 
vi., 280 

24, 564 








182 183 


I SO 




A 168 171 


27, 53 








181 182 


Liquid 


Hlibner & Retschy 


Z. C., 7, 618 


25,697;vii.,1164 








179 180 




Jannasch & Hu'bnei 


Z. C. [2] 7 706 


25, 893-27, 257 








180'5 181 




Longuinine 


A., 170, 117 
B 4 516 


24,685-vii.,1164 








180 




Reyman 


B. S. [2], 26 532 


31, 459 








181 182 




Hiibner and Post 


A., 169 1 


27, 58 








182 




Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 216 








182 183 




Neville & Winther 




37, 451 




i. (?) 




179 




Glinzer and Fittig 


J., 18, 538 


v., 853 








181 




Lauth and Grimaux 


B. S 










182'5 183 uc 




Kekul6 


A., 137, 198 ; J., 


v., 853; vi., 279 




1-3 




185-185-5 c 
182 


Liquid 


Hiibner & Retschy 


20, 663 
Z. C. ("21, 7, 618 


25, 697 








182 183 


1 20 


WYoblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 7 609 


25, 698 ; vii., 








181 182 


1 20 




A., 168, 155 


1164 
27, 51 








182 






A., 192, 196 


34, 977 








183'5 c 




Grite 


A., 177, 231 


29, 72 




) 





184-184-1 
(754-1) 
184'S (758-74 


.... 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 216 








184 


Liquid 


Neville & Winther 




37, 451 




1.4 






28 '8 


Gissmann 


A., 216, 200 


44, 335 


,, .... 





JJ 


185-2 


28-29 
25-4 , 


Hiibner & Ketschy 
Korner 


Z. C. [2], 7, 618 
C. R, 68, 824 


25, 696 ; vii., 
1164 
vii., 1175 








184-6 (760-74 


28-2 




G. I., 4, 305 


29, 216 








181-183 


28-5 


Hiibner & Wallach 


A., 154, 296 


vi., 280 








185 


28-29 


Hiibner and Terry 


Z. C. [2], 7, 232 


26, 1005 








185-2 


28-29 


Hiibner and Post 


A., 169, 6 


27, 56 










28 


Hiibner and Eoos 


B., 6, 799 


27, 165 










29 


Fittica 


A., 172, 303 


28, 60 










29 


Beckett and Wright 




29, 6 








185 


28'5 


Neville & Winther 




37, 451 


Methylpropylallylene tetra- 
bromide 
Bromheptylene 
j, 
Heptylene dibromide 

ji 
Heptyl bromide 

,, ,y 

V )) 
T 
,, j, 


CHMeBr.CBrj-CHPrBr 
FromCH.(CH 2 ) 4 .C=CH 

Me 3 C.CMe 2 Br. 

)) 

Cs,H n CHBr.Me 
CH 3 (CH 2 ) 4 .CHBr.Me 
Me.(CH 2 ) 5 CH 2 Br 


C 7 H 12 Br, 
C 7 H 13 Br 
C 7 H 14 Br 2 

11 

C 7 H 15 Br 

, 
H 

i 
i) 


abt. 130 
165 
d. 

165-167 
165-167 
173-5 (750-6) 


Liquid 

Liquid 

150 
152 

Liquid 


Morris 

Cloez 
Bruylants 
Thorpe and Young 

Kaschirsky 


Schorlemmer 
Venables 
Cross 


41, 179 

C. E., 78, 1565 
B., 8, 409 
B., 5, 556 

B., 11, 984 
C. C. [1881], 275 
A., 209, 81 
P. T. [1878]. 1 
B., 13, 1650 
A., 189, 3 


27, 973 

25, 803 ; vii., 
892 
36, 46 
42, 37 

32, 866 
40,82 

32, 126 
K 2 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


a-Bromstyrene 


C 6 H 6 .CH : CBr 


C 8 H.Br 


d. 


Liquid 


Glaser 


A., 154, 168 ; B., 
















6, 493 




18- 


C 6 H 6 .CBr:CH s 





117 




Barisch 


J. p.C. [2], 20, 173 


38, 43 


ft- 








219-221 c. 




.... 


A., 195, 142 




P~ .... ... 


J) 





150-160 (75) 






A., 216, 291 




p- 








228 


Liquid 


Glaser 


A., 154, 168 


vii., 1101 


dibromide 


C 6 H 5 .CBr 2 .CH 2 Br 


C 8 H 7 Br 3 




37-38 




A., 195, 142 




Styrolene dibromide 


C 6 H 6 .CHBr.CH 2 Br 


C 8 H s Br 3 


a. 200 


67 






i., 982 


. 


n 







68-69 


Breuer and Zincke 


B., 11, 1399 


34, 885 













73 


Miller 


B., 11, 1451 





.. 










73-5-74 


Breuer and Zinck6 


B., 11, 1400 


T) 













68-69 


Eadziszewsky 


B., 6, 493 


26, 1028 











.... 


74-74-5 




A., 216, 288 




Dibromxylene 


Me 2 .Br 2 =1.3.?.? 





256 


69 


Fittig, Ahrens, and 


A.. 147, 25 


vi., 294 












Mattheides 









=1.3.4.6 







72 


Jacobseu and Wein- 


B< 11, 1534 


36,61 












berg 









=1.3.?.? 





255-256 


72 


.... 


A., 156, 236 




,, 


= (?) 


,, 


252 




.... 


A., 192, 216 




,, 


=1.4.2.5 





.... 


72-73 


Fittig, Ahrens, and 


A., 147, 26 


vi., 294 












Mattheides 









> , 







75-5 


Jannasch 


B., 10, 1357 




Tolylene or xylylene di- 


C 6 H 4 .(CH 2 Br),,=1.2 







93 


Baeyer and Perkin 


B., 17, 122 


46, 753 


bromide 
















> 


,. 







94-6 


Colson 


C. E., 98, 1543 


46, 1000 





(?) 





240-250 


143-143-5 


Eadziszewsky and 


B., 15, 1747 


42, 1283 












Wispek 









= 1.3 


? 


240-250 


140-141 





B., 15, 1745 


It 





=1.4 





240-250 


140 





B., 15, 1744 


J) 


v 


" 





.... 


143 


Bildermanu 


B., 5, 702 


25, 1013 


,, 


i. 





.... 


145-147 


Grimaux 


Z. C. [1870], 394 ; 


25, 817, 1013 ; 














A. C. P. [4], 26, 


vii., 1209 














331; C.E., 70, 
















1363 




Bromxylene .... 


Me.Me.Br =1.4.5 


C 8 H 9 Br 


199-5-200-5 


10 


Jannasch 


A., 171, 82 


27, 468 






> 





.... 


9-10 


Gissmann 


A., 216, 200 


44, 335 






= 1.3.6 





205-208 


.... 


Weinberg 


B., 11, 1062 


34, 724 






= (?) 


D 


203 




Kekule 




v., 1057 






= (?) 





203-204 




Fittig and Ernst 


J., 18 556 










,, = (?) 





207-5 




Kekule 


A., 137, 186 






,, = (?) 





212 




Wahlforss 


A., 133, 63 


v., 1057 


** 









212 




Beilstein 


J., 17, 530 








= 1.3 ? 





205-208 




Ahrens 


Z. C. [2], 5, 102 


vii., 1175 






= 1.3.4 





203-204 




Fittig and Ahreus 


A., 147, 31 




** 





=1.3.5 





204 


1. 20 


Wroblewsky 


B., 9, 495 


30, 406 




i) 




204 


Liquid 


n 


A., 192, 215 


34, 978 




Ethylbrom benzene 


C 6 H 4 .Br.Et =1.4 





199 


Liquid 


Fittig and Konig 


A., 144, 282 


iv.,485; vi.,292 











200 




Fittig 


A., 133, 226 


v., 1057 





I! 





804 


1. f. m. 


Aschenbrand 


A., 216, 222 


44, 320 


Xylyl bromide 


C 6 H 4 .Me.CH 2 Br =1.2 





216-217 (742) 


Liquid 


Eadziszewsky and 


B., 15, 1747 


42, 1283 












Wispek 









= 1.3 





215 (735) 


Liquid 


,. 


B., 15, 1745 





,, ,, .... .... 


=1.4 


n 


218-220 (740) 


31 





B., 15, 1743 


,, 


d Phenylethyl bromide 


Ph.CHBr.CH 3 




145-150 (30) 




Hanriot & Guilbert 


C. E., 98, 525 


46, 733 


a- 


n 





d. 


Liquid 


Eadziszewsky 


B., 7, 140, 1126 




"- ,, 


I! 





148-152 (500) 




Thorpe 


Z. C., 1871, 130 




a- 








200-210 (?) 


Liquid 


Berthelot 


B. S., 10, 343 




P- 


Ph.CH 2 .CH 2 Br 


H 


d. in vac. 


Liquid 


Bernthsen & Bender 


B., 15, 1983 




Caprylidene bromide 




C 8 H n Br 


203-205 






A., 142, 300 




Tribromoctine 


.... 


C 8 H n Br 3 




246 


Bouard 


C. E., 95, 141 


42, 1179 


Bromoctylene ,,.. 




C 8 H 15 Br 


150 




Cloez 


C. E., 78, 1565 


27, 973 




.... 


n 


185 


.. 




A., 142. 298 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



125 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Bromoctylene 


.... 


C 8 H 15 Br 


185-190 


.... 


Thorpe and Young 


A., 165, 15 ; B., 


vii., 892 ; 25, 














5, 558 


803 


Octylene dibromide 




C s H 16 Br 2 


abt. 200 d. 


.... 


Nieson 




27, 847 


Octyl bromide 


CH 3 .(CH,) 6 .CH 2 Br 


C 8 H 17 Br 


203-204 c- 




Perkin 




45, 458 


,, .... 








198-200 




Zincke 


A., 152, 5 


vi., 878 





.... 





not at 190 




Nieson 




27, 847 





Secondary 





190 d. 


.... 


Bouis 


A. C. [3], 44, 130 


iv., 170 


,, 





n 


188 




Lachowicz 


A., 220, 168 


46, 166 


Pentabromisopropyl benzene 


C 6 Br 5 .CHMe 2 


C 9 H 7 Br s 




90-100 


Meusel 


Z. C. [2], 3. 322 


vi., 297 


11 










97 


.... 


A., 149, 326 




Cinnyl tribromide 


C 3 H 4 Ph.Br 3 


C 9 H 9 Br 3 




124 


Grimaux 


B. S., 20, 121 


26, 1139 


Mesitylene tribromide 


C 6 H 3 .(CH 2 Br 3 .) =1.3.5 


n 


.... 


94-5 


Colsou 


C. R., 96, 713; 


44, 734 ; 46, 57 














C. R., 97, 177 




Bromomesitylene dibromide 


Me.(CH 2 Br) 2 .Br=1.3.5 (2or4 







81-82 





C. R, 97, 177 


46,58 


Tribromtrimethyl benzene .... 


Me 3 .Br 3 = (?) 







219 


Preis and Raymani 


B., 12, 219 


36, 623 


Tribrommesitylene 


=1.3.5.2.4.6 





.... 


224 


Fittig and Storer 


A., 147, 11 


vi., 298 


Tribrompseudocumene 


=1.3.4.2.5.6 





.... 


225-226 


Fittig & Laubingei 


Z. C. [2], 4, 578 


vi., 297 


Tribromhernellithene 


=1.2.3.4.5.6 







245 


Jacobsen 


B., 15, 1858 


44, 53 


Dibrommesitylene 


Me 3 .Br 2 =1.3.5.2.4 


C 9 H 10 Br 2 


285 


60 


Fittig and Storer 


A., 147, 10 


vi., 298 


n 





n 


.... 


60 


Robinet 


C. R., 96, 500 


44, 577 





11 





277-278 


64 


Sussenguth 


A., 215, 247 


44, 469 


.... .... 








276-278 


84 





J) 


11 





n 11 





278 


64 


Jannasch & Sussen 


Z. C. [2], 7, 454 


25, 240 












guth 






Dibrompseudocumene 


=1.3.4.?.? 





277 


63 


11 11 





11 


Mesitylene dibromide 


C 6 H 3 .Me.(CH 2 Br) 2 =1.3.5 





178-190 i. v. 


66-3 


Robinet 


C. R., 96, 500 


44, 577 


11 > 


11 11 







66-4 


Robinet and Colson 


C. R., 96, 1863 


44, 1095 


.. 


11 11 


n 


.... 


66-4 


Colson 


C. R, 96, 713 


44, 734 


Allylbenzene dibromide 


Ph.CHBr.CHBr.CH 3 


,, 




60 


Radziszewsky 


B., ,7, 143 


27, 470 











65-66 





C. R., 78, 1153 


27, 798 





11 







66-5 


Riigheimer 


A.,.172, 131 


27, 894 








.... 


67 


Perkin 




32, 667 


Brommesitylene 


Me 3 .Br =1.3.5.6 


C 9 H n Br 


225 


1 


Fittig and Storer 


A., 147, 6 


vi., 298 


Brompseudocumene 


=1.3.4.6 







72 


Jannasch 


B., 7, 692 


27, 987 


n 


>1 !1 





230-240 


72 


Sussenguth 


A., 515, 242 


44, 469 




11 11 






73 


Gissmann 


A., 216, 200 


44, 335 


Bromtrimethyl benzene 


= (?) 


D 




73 


Fittig and Ernst 


Z. C. P. [1865], 572 


v., 1058 


Mesitylene bromide 


Me 2 .CH 2 Br =1.3.5 


ji 


'<3)Q 9^.~i ("7 1 Ci\ 
'tJ-tdi. \lJfJ) 


37-5-38 


Wispek 


B., 16, 1577 


44, 1095 








s. d. 













i> 11 


() 


230 


38-3 


Colson 


C. R., 96, 713 


44, 734 


Ethyl bromtoluene 


C 6 H 3 .Me.Et.Br =1.4.6 


11 




Liquid 


Morse and Remsen 


B., 11, 225 




Propyl brombenzene 


C 6 H 4 .Br.Pr =1.4 


, 


220 c. 


Liquid 


Meyer and Miiller 


B., J5, 698 




Isopropyl brombenzene 


C 6 H 4 .Br.Pr/3 =1.4 


n 


218-220 


Liquid 


Mensel 


Z. C. [2], 3, 322 


vi., 297 




11 


u 


817 


1. 20 


Jacobsen 


B. r 12, 430 


36, 624 


Phenylpropyl bromide 


C 6 H 5 .ciH 6 Br 





220 


Liquid 


Radziszewsky 


C. R., 78, 1153 


27, 798 


Bromnonylene 




C 9 H 17 Br 


208-212 


.... 


Thorpe and Young 


B., 5, 556 ; A., 


25, 803 ; vii., 














165, 19 


892 


Nonylene dibromide 


.... 


C 9 H I8 Br 2 


140-200 




Wurtz 


B. S. [1863], 300 


iv., 135 


Hexabromnaphthalene 


.... 


C 10 H 2 Br 6 




245-246' 


Gessner 


B., 9, 1511 




Tribronmaphthalene 


.... 


C lo H 5 Br 3 




60 






iv., 11 


a- 


... 






75 


Glaser 


A., 135, 43 


vi., 845 




0,0,, ; a, 


- 




85 


Jolin 


B. S. [2], 28, 515 




y- 




n 




86-5 








32, 902 




aa/3 ; 






113-114 


Meldola 


B., 16, 421 


43, 4 


?-Dibromnaphthalene 


.... 


C 10 H 6 Br 2 




59 


.... 




iv., 11 


?- 


.... 






61 


Guareschi 


A., 222, 262 


46, 842 


n- 


.... 


n 


.... 


60-5-61 


Jolin 


B. S. [3], 28, 514 


32, 901 


a- 


.... 


)t 




60-5-61 


Magatti 


G. I. [1881], 357 


42, 203 


a- 


a /3 ; 


n 


.... 


63 


Meldola 


43, 5 




a- 


A ; 


n 




64 





B., 12, 1963 


38, 260 





-Ai 







67-68 


Canzoneri 


G. I., 12,. 424 


44, 67 



126 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


a- Dibromnaphthalene 


.... 


C lo H 6 Br 2 




67-5-68 


Guarescui 


G.I. [1881], 542; 


42, 734 ; 46, 














A., 222, 262 


842 


?- 


.... 


)) 




68 





G. I. [1881], 542 


42, 734 


a- 


a A; 


> 


.... 


68-70 


Meldola 


43, 2 




?- 


ft 


)) 




70-71 


Guaresohi 


B., 10, 294 




'(- 


.... 


) 




76 


i> 


G. I. [1881], 542 


42, 734 


1- 


isomeric 


H 




76 


Glaser 


A., 135, 43 


vi., 845 


1- 


55 


) 


a. Hg. 


76-77 


Darmstadter and 


A., 152, 304 


55 












Wichelhaus 






ft- 


.... 


ii 




81 


Magatti 


G. I. [1881], 357 


42, 203 


ft- 


.... 


II 




81 


Glaser 


A., 135, 49 




ft- 




u 


.... 


81 


Jolin 


B. S. [2], 28, 514 


32, 901 


ft- 


^"j; 


) 


.... 


81 


Meldola 


43, 1 




ft- 


.... 


I 




81 


Giovannozzi 


G. I. [1882], 147 


42, 854 


|3- 


a i a -2> 


u 


310 s. d. 


81-82 


Guareschi 


\G. I. [1881], 542; 


42, 734 ; 46, 














/ A., 222, 262 


842 


1- 


Oi ; a? 


ii 




81-82 


Meldola 


43,4 




ft- 




j) 




85 


Jolin 


B. S. [2], 28, 514 


32, 902 


T- 


Mixture (?) 


u 




abt. 110 


Baumhauer 


B., 4, 926 


25, 137 


V , 


.... 


ii 




120 


Magatti 


G. I. [1881], 357 


42, 203 


v- 


.... 





.... 


126-127 


Darmstadter and 


A., 152, 304 


vi., 845 












Wichelhaus 






7- .. 


.... 





.... 


126-127 


Guareschi 


G. I. [1881], 542 


42, 734 


y- 


a,; a. 2 


ii 




129 


Jolin 


B. S. [2], 28, 514 


32, 901 


> 


Br ; Br 


> 


325-5 s. d. 


130-131-5 


Guareschi 


A., 222, 262 


46, 842 


*- 


MM 


? 


.... 


140-5 


Jolin 


B. S. [2], 28, 517 


22, 902 


- . 


.... 


II 




159-5 


j 


55 55 


55 


a-Bromnaphthalene .... 


C 4 H 4 .C : C.C 4 H 3 Br 


C 10 H 7 Br 


277 


Liquid 


Wahlforss 


Z. C. [2], 1, 3 


vi., 844 


- ,, 


n 


II 


276 




Merz and Weith 


B., 10, 757 




o- 


II 


II 


270-280 


.... 


55 


B., 15, 2721 




- 


u 


V 


285 




Glaser 


A., 135, 41 


.vi., 844 


o- 


ji 


II 


277 




Bother 


B., 4, 851 


25, 82 


- 





II 


277-278 


.... 


Otto and Mories 


A., 147, 175 




"- ,, 


i> 


I) 




Liquid 


Liebermann 


A., 153, 225 


31, 607 


- ,, 


)i 


II 




Liquid 


Palm 


B., 9, 499 


30, 206 


- ,, 


u 


11 




Liquid 


Smith 




32, 563 


3- 


i 


! 


377 


Solid 


Bother 


B., 4, 851 


vii., 845 


ft- 





) 


.... 


55-60 


Canzoneri 


G. I., 12, 424 


44,67 


fl- 





11 




68 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 268 


31,607; 44,67 


ft- 


5) 


11 


277 


68 


Palm 


B., 9, 500 


30, 206 ; 44, 67 


0- 


) 


1) 




69 





5> 


11 


/3- 


1> 







69 


Smith 




32, 563 


dihydride 




10 H 9 Br 


269-270 




Agrestini 


B., 16, 796; G. I., 
















12, 495 




Brom-/3-butenyl benzene .... 


.... 


C 10 H n Br 




Liquid 


Perkin 




36, 139 


55 ,, di- 


.... 


Ci H u Br 3 




63-5 


55 


.... 


35, 140 


bromide 
















Tribromdimethylethyl ben- 


EtMe 3 Br 3 = 1.3.5.2.4.G 


)i 


a. 360 


218 


Jacobseu 


B., 7, 1434 


28, 259 


zene 
















?-Phenylbutylene dibromide 


From C 6 H-(CH 2 ) 3 .CH 3 


Ci H 12 Br 2 


..., 


Liquid 


Kadziszewsky 


B., 9, 261 




1 

j> 5 




11 




Liquid 


Fittig 


B., 14, 1825 




ft- 


C 6 H 6 .CH 2 .C 3 H 5 Br 2 


u 


.... 


1. 20 


Perkin 


C. f. A., 216, 125 


36, 139 


- it 





j> 


.... 


67 


)5 


C. f. A., 171, 229 


32, 668 


* 5> 


From C 6 H 6 (CH 2 ) 3 .CH 3 


i 


.... 


70-71 


Radziszewsky 


B., 9, 261 


29, 916 


Diethylbeuzene dibromide ... 


C 6 H 4 (C 2 H 4 Br) 2 


11 


200-230 




Hanriot & Guilbert 


C. E., 98, 525 


46, 733 


Dibromcymene 


CjHj.Me.Pr-.Br, = 1.4.(?), 





272 u. c. 


Liquid 


Wimmel 


B., 13, 903 




Dibromtetramethyl benzene 


Me 4 .Br 2 = 1.2.4.5.3.6 


i) 




200 


Ador and Billiet 


B., 12, 329 







= 1.2.3.5.4.6 


11 




199 


Jannasch & Fittig 


Z. C. [2], 6, 162 


vi., 828 


SI V 


55 5) 


i) 




199 


Jannasch 


B., 8, 356 




55 )> 


)5 


>! 




199 


Ador and Billiet 


B., 12, 329 


6, 527 


55 1) 


J5 )) 


11 




201 


Montgolfier 


A. 0. [5], 14, 87 


34, 899 


55 >5 


J5 ) 


)) 




202-203 




J. [1879], 372 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



127 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibromtetramethyl benzene 


Me 4 .Br 2 =1.2.3.5.4.6 


C 10 H B Br 




209 


Jacobsen 


B., 15, 1853 


44, 52 





i 







209 


Armstrong& Miller 


B., 16, 2255 


46,44 


(?) 




5J 


.... 


196-202 


.... 


Z. C. [1867], 689 




Broraocymene 


Me.Pr.Br = 1.4.6 


C 10 H 13 Br 


233-235 o. 


Liquid 


Landolph 


B., 5, 267 


vii.,420;25,473 


> 


j> 


) 


228-229 




Fittica 


A., 172, 311 


28, 59 





= 1.4.? 





228-229 




Gerichten 


B., 11, 1092 


34, 787 


j> 








224-226 


.... 


> 


B., 11, 1791 


36, 230 


o-Bromisocyinene .... ^. 


Me.Pr*.Br = 1.3.6 


JJ 


233-235 


Liquid 


Kelbe 


B., 15, 40 


42, 618 


ft- ,, 


= 1.3.? 


)> 


224-225 


Liquid 





B., 15, 41 


42, 619 


Bromtetramethyl benzene .... 


Me 4 .Br = 1.2.4.5.6 


) 




61 


Gissmann 


A., 216, 210 


44, 335 


I! 


> 


J 


.... 


65 


.... 


A., 198, 388 




M 


= 1.2.3.5.6 


)) 


252-254 


Crystalline 


Biedlefelt 





38, 38 


Action of Br on Laurene .... 




C IO H 13 Br 3 (?) 


.... 


125 


Montgolfier 


A. G [5], 14, 5 


34, 899 


From camphor 


.... 


CioH M Br 4 




164 


Swarts 


B., 15, 1621 




Bromterebene hydrobromide 


C 10 H 15 Br.HBr. 


Ci H 16 Br 2 




80 


Papasogli 


G. I., 6, 538 


31, 593 


Cajputene tetrabromide 




Ci H 16 Br 4 




60 


Schmild 


J. [1860], 482 


i., 711 


Tetrabromide of C, H 16 


From colophony 







120 


R6nard 


C. R, 92, 887 


40, 739 


Terpene hydrobromide 


From turpentine 


C 10 H 17 Br 


.... 


60 


Biedermann & Op- 


B., 5, 628 


25, 1009 












penheim 












i) 


.... 


80 


Papasogli 


B., 10, 84 




Borneol bromide 


.... 







74-75 


Kaehler 


A., 197, 98 


36, 1040 


Terpene dihydrobromide .... 


C 10 H I6 .2HBr. 


Ci H 18 Br 3 




42 


Oppenheim 


A., 129, 149 


v., 923 


Bromdecylene 




C 10 H 19 Br 


abt. 215 


Liquid 


Reboul and Truchot 


B. S. [2], 8, 422 


vi., 542 


Phenylpentylenedibromide .... 


Ph.C s H 7 Br 2 


CnH^r., 




53-54 


Schramm 


A., 218, 383 


44, 977 


Phenylisopentylenedibromide 





)> 




128-129 








JJ 


Tribrompropyldimethyl 


C 6 Br 3 .Me 2 .Pr 


CnH.jBr, 


.... 


125 


Fittig, Kolbrich & 


A., 145, 149 


vi., 304 ; 46, 


benzene 










Jilke 




43 


Tribromisoamyl benzene 


C 6 H 2 Br 3 .C 6 H n 







140 


Tollena and Fittig 


A., 131, 303 


vi., 303 





ji 


>J 




140 




A., 141, 161 




Tribromdiethyltoluene 


Me.Et 3 .Br 3 =1.3.5.2.4.6 







206 


Jacobsen 


B., 7, 1435 


28, 259 


(?) ' 




JJ 




205 


Preis and Raymann 


B., 12, 219 


36, 623 


Isopropylvinylbenzenedi- 


C 6 H 4 .PrP . (CHBr. CH 2 Br) 


C u H 14 Br 2 


.... 


71 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 380 


32, 664 


bromide 
















Amylbenzenebromide 


.... 


^nH 15 Br 


.... 


1.0 


Essner 


B. S. [2], 36, 212 


42,46 


Dibromdiphenyl 


Br.Br=4 ; 4' 


Ci 2 H s Br 2 




164 


Lellmann 


B., 15, 2837 


44, 343 





1> 


> 




164 


Strasse and Schultz 


A., 210, 191 


42, 521 


T 


M 


j> 


.... 


164 




A., 132, 204 


iv., 410 


,, 


J 


> 




162 


Carnelley 


C. f. A., 189, 138 


37, 706 





)> 





355-360 


(?) 


Schultz 


A, 174, 201 


28, 149 


Dibromacenaphthene 


C 10 H 6 .CHBr.CHBr 





.... 


121-123 


Blumenthal 


B., 7, 1093 




Bromdiphenyl 


C 6 H 4 .Br.Ph=1.2 


C 12 H 9 Br 


296-298 




Schultz & Strasse 


B., 14, 612 


40, 604 


.... 


>* 


u 


296-298 


a. 20 


Schultz, Schmidt, & 


A., 207, 353 


40, 912 












Strasse 






.... 


=1.4 





310 


89 


Engelhardt& Latch- 


Z. C. [2], 7, 259 


vii., 937 












inoff 






.... 





i 


310 


89 


Schultz 


B., 5, 682 


25, 1005 


s) .... .... 


J) 





310 c. 


89 





A., 174, 201 


28, 149 


Bromacenaphthene 


C 10 H 6 Br.CH 2 .CH., 


j> 


.... 


52-53 


Blumenthal 


B., 7, 1095 






i i 














Tribromethylnaphthaleue .... 


Ci H 4 Br 3 Et 


C^HgBrg 


.... 


127 


Cannizzaro and 


B., 13, 1517 














Carnelutti 









>! 


) 


.... 


127 


Carnelutti 


B., 13, 1672 




Tribromdimethylnaphthalene 


C 10 H 3 Br s Me 3 







145-147 


Giovanozzi 


G. I. [1882], 147 


42, 855 


>' 





? 


.... 


228 


Cannizzaro and Car- 


G. L, 12, 393 ; B., 


44,80 












nelutti 


13, 1517 




Dimethylnaphtbalene hexa- 


C 10 H 6 Me 2 .Br 6 


C 13 H 12 Br 6 




184 


Giovanozzi 


G. I. [1882], 147 


42, 855 


bromide 
















Hexamethylbenzene hexa- 




(?) 


.... 


227 


Hofmann 


B., 13, 1732 




bromide 
















Phenylhexylene dibromide .... 


Ph.C 6 H 9 Br 3 


C 12 H 14 Br 2 




79-80 


Schramm 


A., 218, 383 


44, 977 


Dipropyldibrombenzene 


Pr 2 .Br 3 =1.4.(?) 3 


C I2 H 16 Br 3 


.... 


48 


Korner 


A., 216, 227 


44, 322 



128 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


laopropylallylbenzene dibro- 


Prf.C.H 4 .CHBr.CHBr.Me 


C 12 H 16 Br 2 




59 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 380 


32,665 


mide 
















Hexabromhexamethyl- 


C 6 Br 6 Me, (?) 


Cj 2 H 18 Br 6 (?) 


.... 


227 


Hofmann 


B., 13, 1732 


40, 261 


benzene 
















Tribromfluorene 


*... 


C 13 H 7 Br 3 




161-162 


Barbier 


A. C. [5], 7, 492 


31, 72 


Dibrom-a-methylenedipheny- 


.... 


C J3 H 8 Br 2 




162-163 


Fittig and Schmitz 


A., 193, 137 


36, 164 


lene 
















,, -o- .. 









153-154 


Grsebe 


A., 174, 194 




., -0- 


JCOg. -H g. j-X. 


.,, 




165 


Hodgkinson & Mat- 


B., 1C, 1103 


43, 165 




\ 1 








thews 






-8- 


M 





.... 


166 


Holm 


B., 16, 1081 


44,921 


-0- 


.... 





.... 


166-167 


Barbier 


A. C. [5], 7, 490 


31,71 


.1 -7- .. 


-.. 







162 


Carnelley 




37, 710 


Brom-/3-methylene dipheny- 


H 4 C,.CH 2 .C 6 H 3 Br 


C 13 H 9 Br 


.... 


101-102 


Hodgkinson & Mat- 


B., 16, 1103 


43, 165 


lene 


l 1 








thews 






Dipbenylbrommethane 


CHBr.Phj 


C 13 H n Br 


.... 


45 


Friedel and Balslioii 


B. S. [2], 33, 339 


38, 558 


Brom-p-tolylpheuyl 


From Ph.C c H 4 .Me^l.4 







127-129 


Carnelley 




37, 707 




> 






130-131 


); 


.... 


i 


Isopropylbutenylbenzene- 


C 6 H 4 .Pr S .CHBr.CHBr.Et 


C l3 H 18 Br 3 




77 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 381 


32,666 


dibromide 
















Octobromanthracene . 


.... 


C 14 H 2 Br 9 




Crystalline 


Diehl 


B., 11, 179 


34, 429 


Heptabromphenanthrene ._. 


.... 


C 14 H 3 Br 7 




a. 270 


Zetter 


B., 11, 172 


34, 510 


Heptabromanthracene 


.,.. 







n. f. 350 


Diehl 


B., 11, 178 


34, 429 


Hexabromplienanthrene 


.... 


C 14 H 4 Br 6 


.... 


245 


Zetter 


B., 11, 172 


34, 510 


Hexabromanthracene 


.... 







182 p. d. 


Anderson 


.... 


iv., 351 


a- 


.... 





.... 


310-320 


Diehl 


B., 11, 178 


34, 429 


Iso- 




,? 




n. f. 370 


Hammerschlag 


B., 10, 1213 


34, 76 


Pentabromanthracene 





C l4 H;;Br s 




abt. 212 





?J 


M 


Tetrabromphenanthrene 


.... 


C u H 6 Br 4 


.... 


183-185 


Zetter 


B., 11, 171 


34, 510 


Tetrabromanthracene 







.... 


238 


Anderson 


15, 44 


vi., 178 


>, 


.... 





.... 


254 


Grsebe and Lieber- 


As., 7, 257 


H 












manu 






Tetrabromanthracene tetra- 


C I4 H 6 Br 4 .Br 4 


C 14 H 6 Br 3 




abt. 212 d. 


Hammerschlag 


B., 10, 1213 


34, 76 


bromide 
















Tribromphenanthrene 


.... 


C 14 H 7 Br 3 




126 


Limpricht 


B., 6, 533 


26, 898 





.. 


n 




125-126 


Zetter 


B., 11,171 


34, 510 


Tribromanthracene 


.... 







169 


Grsebe and Lieber- 


As., 7, 279 


vi., 178 












mann 






a-Dibromphenanthrene 


.... 


C l4 H 8 Br 3 




.146-148 


Zetter 


B., 11, 170 


34, 510 


p- 


.... 


i 




158 











y- 


.... 







202 


Limpricht 


B., 6, 533 


26, 898 


Dibromanthracene 


.... 


,, 




182 (?) 


Anderson 




vi., 178 





.... 







881 


Grsebe and Lieber- 


As., 7, 275 















mann 






Isodibromanthracene 


.... 


n 


.... 


190-192 


Miller 


A., 182, 366 


31, 86 


Dibromsynanthrene 


.... 


n 




176 


> 


A., 191, 300 




Dibromanthracene dibromide 


.... 


C 14 H 8 Br 4 


.... 


238 p. d. 


Anderson 




iv., 351 


tetrabrom- 


.... 


C M H.Br, 




170-180 


Grsebe and Lieber- 


As., 7, 277 




ide 










mann 






.. .. 


.... 







182 


Anderson 


A., 122, 304 


vi., 178 


Bromphenanthrene 




C 14 H 9 Br 




63 


Limpricht 


B., 6, 533 


26, 897 





C 6 H 4 .CH I CBr.C,H 4 





a. 360 


Solid (?) 


Anschutz 


B., 11, 1218 


34,984 


Bromanthracene 


..... 


n 




100 


Perkin 


C. N., 34, 145 


31, 209 


3-Tolane dibromide 


Ph.C2Brj.Ph 


C 14 H 10 Br 2 




64 


Limpricht and 


B.,4, 379 


24, 511 












Schwanert 






a- 










64 


Jena 


I. D. 


vii., 1162 


a- 


H 







200-205 


Limpricht and 


A., 145, 348 ; B., 


vi., 1099 ; 24, 












Schwanert 


4,379 


511; vii., 1162 


" " 










207-208 


Lieberrnami and 


B., 12, 1974 


38, 259 












Homeyer 






Diphenyldibronietliy Itne .... 

1 


CPh 2 : CBr, 





a. 300 p. d. 


83 


Goldschmidt 


B., 6, 986 


27, 151 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



12!) 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Phenanthrene dibromide 


.... 


C 14 H 10 Br 2 




Solid 


Fittig and Oster- 


A., 166, 364 


vii., 85 












mayer 






11 51 







.... 


98 d. 


Limpricht 


B., 6, 533 


26, 897 


Dipheiiylbromethylene 


CPh 2 .CHBr 


C l4 H n Br 


a. 300 


50 


Hepp 


B., 7, 1411 


28, 361 


Bromstilbene 








25 




A. 145 340*15572 




Diphenyltribromethane 


CHPh 2 .CBr 3 


C I4 H u Br 3 


.... 


89 


Goldschmidt 


B., 6, 985 


27, 150 


Bromstilbeuedibromide 


.... 


11 




100 


Limpricht and 


A., 145, 341 


vi., 1107 












Schwanert 






Tribromdibenzyl 


.... 





.... 


n. f. 170 


Stelling and Fittig 


A., 137, 268 


v., 871 


11 


.... 





.... 


207-211 




A., 151, 365 




Dibromdibenzyl 


C 6 H 1 Br(CH 2 ) 2 .C 6 H 4 Br=(1.4) 2 


C 14 H 12 Br 2 


.... 


114 


Stelling and Fittig 


A., 137, 267 


v., 871 





11 ii 





.... 


114-115 


Leppert 


B., 9, 17 


29, 704 


Stilbeue dibromide 


Ph.CHBr.CHBr.Ph 





.... 


230-235 


Limpricht and 


A., 145, 336 


vi., 1107 












Schwanert 






,. 


11 





.... 


233 


Forst and Zinck6 


B., 7, 1713 


28, 454 


11 11 







.... 


232 


11 11 





,, 





11 


n 




237 


Zinckij 


A., 198, 127 


38, 115 


11 11 


n 





.... 


237 





JJ 


Jl 


Bromdibenzyl 


.... 


CH 13 Br 


a. 320 


s. 0. 


Stelliug and Fittig 


A., 137, 266 


v., 871 


Tetrethyldibrombenzene 


C 6 Et 4 Br 2 =1.2.3.5.4.6 


CuH^Br., 


330 


74-5 


Galle 


B., 16, 1744 


44, 1092 


ii 


= (?) 







110 





)) 





Tetre thy Ibrombenzene 


C 6 HEt 4 .Br=1.2.3.5.6 


11 


284 


Liquid 











Tribromfluoranthene 




C 15 H 7 Br s 




n. f. 345 


Goldschmidt 


W. A., 81, 415 


40, 283 


Dibromfluoranthene 


.... 


C 15 H 8 Br 2 


.... 


202 











n 


.... 







204-205 


Fittig and Gerhard 


A., 193, 146 


36, 166 


Dibrommethylanthracene .... 


.... 


C 15 H JO Br 2 




156 


Fischer 


B., 7, 1196 


28, 155 


11 


From C 6 H 4 : C 2 H 2 : C 6 H 3 Me 







148 


Bernstein 


B., 15, 1822 


44, 71 


11 


.... 





.... 


138-140 


Liebermann and 


B., 11, 1606 ; A., 














Seidler 


212, 35 




Dibromditolylmethane 


CBr 2 (C 6 H 4 Me) 2 


Ci 5 H 14 Br 2 


.... 


115 


Weiler 


B., 7, 1182 


28, 151 


Brom- ? 


C 18 H u Br 2 


C H Br 




112 


Ador and Crafts 


C. R, 88, 1355 


36, 940 


Dibromdimethylanthraeene 




C 16 H 12 Br 2 


.... 


154 


Van Dorp 


A., 169, 213 


27, 63 


Distyrene dibromide 


.... 


C 16 Hi 6 Br 2 




102 


Erdmann 


A., 216, 190 


44, 475 


Dimethylstilbene dibromide.... 


C 2 H 2 Br 2 (C 6 H 4 Me) 3 





.... 


207-209 


Goldschmidt&Hepp 


B., 6, 1505 


27, 371 


Cetyl bromide 




C J6 H 33 Br 


.... 


15 


Fridau 


A., 83, 15 


i., 840 


Dibromchrysene 




C 18 H IO Br 2 




273 


Schmidt 


J. p. C. [2] 9, 275 


27, 988 


Brom- ? 


C 16 H 9 Br ? 


C 18 H n Br 




112 


Ador and Crafts 


C. R, 88, 1355 


36, 940 


Tetrabromretene 




C 13 H 14 Br 4 




210 


Ekstrand 


B., 9, 855 


30, 514 


11 




n 




210-212 


11 


A., 185, 84 


32, 497 


Ditbromretene 


.... 


C 18 H 16 Br 2 


.... 


180 





A., 185, 83 


11 


Tribromdiphenylene phenyl- 


.... 


C 19 H u Br 3 




167-171 


Behr 


B., 5, 971 




methane 
















Dibromdiphenylene phenyl- 


... 


C 19 H 12 Br 2 




181-182 


ii 


11 




methane 
















Triphenylbrommethane 


CBr.Ph 3 


C 19 H 16 Br 




152 


Schwarz 


B., 14, 1520 


40, 913 


Isoamy Ibromanthracene 


C 6 H 4 :C 2 Br(C 6 H n ):C 6 H 4 


C 19 H 19 Br 




76 


Liebermann and 


B., 14, 797 


40, 736 












Tobias 






11 .." 


11 





.... 


76 


Liebermann 


A., 212, 111 


42, 863 


Dibrom-aa-dinaphthyl 


.... 


C 20 H 12 Br 2 




215 


Lessen 


A., 144, 80 


vi., 855 


Dibrom-j3-dinaphthylme- 


.... 


C 21 H 14 Br 2 


.... 


164 


Richter 


B., 13, 1728 


40, 282 


thane 
















Dibrom-a-dinaphthylme- 


CH 2 (C 10 H 6 Br) 2 (?) 


31 




193 


Grabowski 


B., 7, 1608 




thane 
















Dibrompicene.... 




C H Br 




293-295 


Burs; 


B., 13, 1837 




11 








S94-S96 


*~~& 
Grebe and Walter 


B., 14, 176 




Bromtriphenylbenzene 


.... 


C 24 H 17 Br 




104 


Engler & Berthold 


B., 7, 1125 


28, 63 


(?) 


.... 


C^H^Br, 


.... 


273 


Schmidt 


B., 6, 496 


26, 1234 



130 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



(4.) CHI. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soo. 


lodoform 


.... 


CHI, 




115-120 


Weltzien 




iii., 311 










119 


Dafert 


M. C., 4, 496 


44, 978 










119 


Serullas 


A. C. [2], 22, 72 












120 




Ger. Pharm., 188 




Methylene diiodide 




CH 2 I 2 




2 


Butlerow 


A., 107, 110; 109 


iii., 1006 














242 







.... 


jj 


181 p. d. 


5 





J., 11,420 







.... 





180 p. d. 


4 


Hofmann 


A., 115, 267 













181 




Sakuri 


41, 362 




JJ jj 


.... 





151-153 c. 




Perkin 


45, 464 










(330) 










Methyl iodide 


Mel 


CH 3 I 


41-8 




Sigel 


A., 170, 345 







JJ 





40-50 




Dumas and Peligot 


A. C. [2], 58, 30 







J 





43-7 ; 42-5 




Haagen 


P. A., 131, 117 




jj jj .... 


JJ 





42-2 (752) 




Andrews 


J., 1, 89 


iii., 990 


JJ !> 


JJ 





43-8 (750) 




Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213 


jj 


JJ JJ 


JJ 





42-3 c. 




Perkin 


.... 


45, 459 


JJ JJ ". 


JJ 





42-8 




Jones 


.... 


33, 182 


', .... 





jj 


43-44 


.... 


Lieben and Rossi 


A., 158, 107 


24, 344 


JJ JJ "" 








41-46 




Linnemann 


A., 161, 178 


vii., 215 ; 26, 
















395 


JJ JJ ' 








43 


....* 


Lieben and Paterno 


G. I., 2, 290 


27, 357 


Methyliodide hydrate 


2MeI.H 2 O 


,, 


.... 


4 




C. R., 90, 1491 




Acetylene diiodide 


CHI: CHI. 


C 2 H 2 I 2 




70 


Berthelot 


B. S. [2], 2, 202 


vi.,34 











Sublimes 


73 


Sabanejeff 


A., 178, 118 


29,57 


jj jj 








190 




Henry 


C. R., 98, 741 


46, 831 


jj jj 








192 c. 


73 


Plimpton 


B., 16, 79 


41, 391 


Diiodethylene 


CfTT f~rr 

U-tlg . Olg 





197 calcd. 


.... 








41, 396 


JJ \V .... ... 







.... 


a. b. 


Sabanejeff 


A., 178, 118 


20,57 


lodethylene (vinyliodide) ... 


CHirCHj 


C 2 H 3 I 


56 




Semenoff 


C. R., 61, 646 


vi., 34 


jj 





JJ 


56 


.... 


Gustavson 


B., 7, 731 


27, 1075 


jj 








55-5-56 







A. C. [5], 2, 397 


27, 1153 











56 




Sabanfijeff 


B. S. [2], 34, 323 


40, 399 


Acetylene hydriodide 


.... 


JJ 


62 


.... 


Semenoff 


C. R., 61, 646 


vi., 34 


Ethylidene diiodide 


CH 3 .CHI 2 


C.,H 4 I 2 


180 


Liquid 


Berthelot 


B. S. [2], 2, 202 


jj 








JJ 


177-179 




Gustavson 


B., 7, 731 


27, 1075 


jj 





JJ 


178-179 







A. C. [5], 12, 397 


27, 1153 


jj 





JJ 


180 




Friedel 


B., 7, 823 




jj 





.. 


179-180 




Plimpton 


41, 397 




Ethylene diiodide 


CH 2 I.CH 2 I 


JJ 




70 


Kopp 


J. P., 33, 183 










JJ 




73 


Regnault 


A. C. [2], 59, 368 




!> JJ 





JJ 


d. 




Plimpton 


41, 397 




j> jj 





w 




75 






ii., 578 


jj jj 





JJ 




82 


Romburgh 


R. T., 1, 151 


44, 303 


jj jj 





JJ 




82 


Aronstein & Kruinps 


B., 13, 489 


38, 541 


Ethyl iodide 


CH 3 .CH 2 I 


C 2 H 5 I 


64-8 




Gay Lussac 


A. C., 91, 91 














64-5 




Marchand 


J. F. P., 33, 188 












71 '(\ 7 9 Q 




Frankljind 


2 263 


ii., 534 




" 


" 


i 1 D / t t 

7O 7Q 




"RprtTiplnt 


A. 115 114 






" 


" 


i A to 

*7fl 


**" 


I'll WlclUb 

JPierre 


C. R., 27, 213 


ii., 534 




J5 


" 


/ U 

70 






C. R., 74, 224 


25, 239 










n.O 




-A.ndi*ews 


J 1 89 






jj 


" 


O 

7O-O 


.... 


j ones 


*! x j oy 


33, 181 





jj 


I 


( Z> A 

72 




Saytzeff 


J. p. C. [2], 3, 88 


24, 525 








7Q.Q 7O'K n 




T>a vL- i n 




45, 460 


' 





" 


i A oi* O C. 

72 




JTci Kill 

Thorpe 


.... 


35, 544 









" 


73 




Haagen 


P. A., 131, 117 








jj 





72-34 




Linnemann 


)J 

A., 162, 39 


vii., 203 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



131 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethyl iodide 


CH 3 .CH 2 I 


CJLI 


72'27 




Liiineniaiin 


A., 148, 251 


25, 477 


,, 
,, n 


11 



1) 
T) 


72 
71 
72-3 


.... 






A., 162, 12 
A., 144, 133 
A., 160, 204 


vii., 223 








71 




Pliruptonand Graves 


43, 123 










70 72 








30, 361 








72 




Sabanejeff 


B. S. [2], 34, 323 


40, 399 


lodallylene 


CI : C.CH 3 


C,H,I 


98 




T^iphern^aim 


A., 135, 266 


vi., 97 


Propargyl iodide 
)i )j 

i) 11 
lodallylene diiodide 
Propargyl triiodide 
Allylene diiodide 
hydriodide 

>i 
Allyl iodide 


CHiC.CHjI 



Compare B., 17, 1133 
CI 2 :CI.CH 3 
CHI : CI.CH 2 I 
CHI : CI.CH 3 
C 3 H 4 .HI 

11 

CH 2 : CH.CH.,1 




)) 

(?) 
C 3 H 3 I 3 

C 3 HJ 2 
C 3 H 5 I 

)) 




115 
abt. 120 d. 

198 
82 
93-103 
101 
100-103 


Liquid 
Liquid 

48-49 
64 
40-41 


Henry 




Liebermaun 
Henry 
Oppenheim 
Semenoff 
Oppenheim 
Berthelot& De Luca 
Saytzell&Kanomkoff 


B., 17, 1132 
B., 6, 729 

B., 8, 399 
A., 135, 216 
B., 17, 1133 
B. S. [2], 4, 434 
B. S. [2], 5, 446 
B. S. [2], 4, 434 
J., 7, 452 
B., 9, 1810 


46, 979 
vii., 1008 

26, 1123 
vi., 98 

vi., 96 

)> 
i., 142 








70-7T5c (330) 




Perkin 




45, 460 








101 




Aronheim 


B., 7, 1382 


28, 246 








100-102(761) 




Eomburgh 


R. T., 1, 151 


44,303 








89-92 




Woieikoff 


J., 16, 495 










97 100 




Tollens 


A., 156, 156 










101-102 




Linnemann 


As., 3, 264 










101-5-102 






As., 3, 267 










102'5-102'8 




Zander 


A., 214, 145 




Diiodopropane 

n 
,, .... .... 
Allylene dihydriodide 
Iso-propyl iodide 

, 
,, 

,, ,, 
,, 
n ,5 

> 11 

,, ,, 




i> 
,, ..i. 

n 
Propyl iodide.... 


CH 2 I.CH2.CH 2 I 

C 3 H 4 .2HI 
CH 3 .CHI.CH 3 
n 

i> 
i 

ty 
1 
1 
1 
> 

)) 
) 
JJ 

> 

u 

tJ 

See Part III. 
CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 I 


C 3 H 6 I 2 
> 



C 3 H 7 I 



1) 
I 

M 

11 

11 
li 
i) 


! 
11 
) 

> 
1 

n 




abt. 2%T d. 
170 (170) 
147-148 d. 
90 (735) 
89 
89 
93 
72-91 
88-89 
89-90 (735) 
88-7-89-5 c. 
88-6-89-5 
89-90 
89-89-5 c. 
92-94 
89 

93 

88-6-89 u. c. 
90-95 
b. p. table 
102 (752) 


1. -10 
Liquid 


Berthelot& De Luca 
Freund 

ji 
SemenofF 
Erlenmeyer 
> 

Buff 
Schipper and Tak 
Linnemann 


Zander 
Siersch 
Perkin 
Simpsoii 
Gladstone & Tribe 

Wurtz 
Brown 
Friedel 

Eossi 


A., 92, 311 
M. C. [2], 640 

11 

B. S. [2], 5, 446 
Z.C.P.[1861],362 
A., 126, 309 
A., 139, 229 
As., 4, 149 
Z. C. [2], 4, 520 
A., 140, 178 
As., 3, 265, 267 
A., 161, 43 
A., 214, 162 
A., 144, 142 

A., 129, 128 

A., 136, 43 
P. R. S., 26, 238 
A., 124, 327 

G. I., 1, 230 


v., 893 
42, 157 

vi., 96 
v., 891 

vi., 965 

25, 236 
vii., 1015 

45, 461 

vii., 1015 ; 26, 
968 

32, 837 
24, 1032; vi., 963 








102-103 




Chapman & Smith 


22, 198 


vi., 963, 964 








104-25-104-5 




Pierre and Puchot 


G. R., 66, 302 


i) 








99-101 




Chancel 


C. R., 68, 656, 726 











101 




Berthelot&DeLuca 


J., 7, 452 










101-5 




Linnemann 


A., 168, 251 


vi., 963, 964 








102-18 






A., 162, 39 


vii., 203, 645 


,, 




V 


i) 


102-2 
102-25 




11 
f> 


A., 162, 3 
A., 161, 43; A. 


vii., 223, 1013 
25, 236 


,, ,, .... .... 


11 





102-11 
102-2 




1 


160, 195 
A., 161, 18 
A., 162, 12 


25, 234 

25, 477 








102-104-5 




Zander 


A., 214, 159 





132 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Propyl iodide 


CHj.CHj.CH.,1 


C 3 H 7 I 


101 




Gladstone & Tribe 


36, 969 


vii., 1015 


, 








100-102 




Schorlemmer 


P. T. [1872], 111 


25, 1086 


M .... 





n 


102-102-75u.c 




Brown 


P. R. S., 26, 2.38 


32, 837 











100 


.... 


Mazzara 


G. I. [1882], 333 


42, 1199 


,, 








101 




Hiortdahl 


C. R., 88, 584 


36, 519 


11 11 








102-103 c. 


.... 


Perkin 


.... 


45, 460 


,1 .... 


See Part III. 





b. p. table 










(?) -tetriodide 




C 4 H 2 I 4 


.... 


74 


Berend 


A., 131, 122 


vi., 34 


Crotyl iodide . , 


.... 


C 4 H 7 I 


131-133 


.... 




M. G, 1, 837 




Butylene diiodide 


.... 


C 4 H 8 I 2 


115-120 




Lieben and Rossi 


A., 158, 137 


24, 521 


Buthyl iodide 


CH3.CHij.CHyCH.jI 


C 4 H 9 I 


129-6 (738-2 




11 11 


11 


vii., 215; 24,520 











127 


.... 


11 11 


C. R., 68, 1561 


vi., 372 


)) .... .... .. 








129-65 




Linnemann 


A., 161, 178 


vii., 215, 216 


J) f) .... .... 








129-95 c. 


.... 





11 


25, 395 


i, 








125-129 


.... 





11 











129-97 






A., 161, 196 


25, 396 




5J 


" 


129'65 




" 













129-81 c. 




M 


11 
A., 162, 39 


vii., 203 


11 11 








129"9 






A., 162, 3 


vii., 223 




11 


" 


13Q-4-131 -4 




n 
Briihl 


G. J. C. 1880 






11 




(745) 












n 





130 


Liquid 


A. and M. Saytzefl 


J. p. C. [2], 3, 88 


24, 230, 525 


11 11 










121 




Wurtz 


A., 93, 112 


v., 736 




Isobutyl iodide 


Me 2 CH.CHjI 





abt. 118 


.... 


De Luynes 


J. [1862], 476 


n 


.. 


11 





120 (715) 







G. J. C., 1863 




n 


11 





121 




Chapman & Smith 


22, 153 


vi., 373 


n 


11 





120 




Wurtz 


.... 


24, 526 





11 





122-5 




Pierre and Puchot 


A. C. [4], 22, 317 


24, 526 ; 25, 239 


,i 


11 





122-5 


.... 


11 11 


C. R, 74, 224 


vii., 218 


11 11 


11 





120-63 




Linnemann 


A., 140, 195 


11 


> 


11 





120-57 


.... 





11 







11 





115-125 







A., 161, 178 


25, 395 


" 


11 





120-6 c. 


.... 





A., 162, 12 


vii., 217 


!> 11 


i 





17-5-1 18 u.c. 




Erlenmeyer & Hill 


A., 160, 257 


25, 242 








(715) 










11 11 


'i 





119-121 




Linnemann & Zotta 


A., 162, 3 


25, 475 





11 





18-119 (734) 




11 11 


A., 162, 7 


vii., 217 


11 }1 .... .... 


!> 





118-122 




Demole 


A., 175, 142 


28, 561 


11 11 





u 


120 c. (760) 




Brauner 


A., 192, 69 


34, 779 


" 


11 


n 


120-5 


.... 


Dobbin 




37, 236 


" 





11 


119-4-120-4 




Bruhl 


G. J. C., 1880 










(745) 










" " 








119-121 




Demarcay 


C. R., 197, 360 


26, 1227 


11 11 .". 





11 


120-121 c. 


.... 


Perkin 


.... 


45, 462 


Butyl iodide 


CH 3 .CHj.CHI.CH, 


H 


3-83-25(250) 
119-120 




Lieben 


J., 21, 439 


24,525 








(758-3) 










" ' 








115-125 




Jinnemann 


A., 161, 178 


vii., 215 


" ' 


n 


n 


116-120 




Saytzeff 


Z. C. [2], 6, 327 


vii., 219 


11 11 





11 


117-118 




Cessel 


B., 7, 291 


27, 677 


" " 


" 





116-5-118 




.. 


A., 175, 44 


28, 554 




" 


ii 


119-120 




iannonikoff and 


A., 175, 374 


28, 626 












Saytzeff 








" 


" 


119-120 




Wagner 


B. S. [2], 25, 396 


30, 395 




" 


" 


118-121 




Bel and Greene 


B. S. [2], 29, 306 


34, 773 




" 


" 


118-121 




11 11 


11 


34, 774 




" 


11 


118-121 


.... 


11 11 






11 11 . .... 


" 





120-121 


.... 


Wurtz 


Z. C. [2], 5, 407 


vi., 377 




n 

CIMe, 





116-118 
98-99 p. d. 


I 


11 
iutlerow 


B. S. [2], 8, 265 
Z. C. [1867], 362 


vi., 376 
vi., 374 






" 


" 


97-99 


.... 


jinnemann 


A., 161, 178 


vii., 215, 223 







98 '5 




11 


A., 162, 12 


25, 395, 477 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



133 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Butyl iodide 


<JIMe 3 


OHJ 


? 




Markownikoff 


Z. C. [2], 6, 29 










100-25 




Puchot 


A. C. [5], 28. 507 


46, 167 


lodoisopropylacetylene 
Valerylene hydriodide .. 
Amyl iodide .... 


P/.CiCI 
C 5 H 8 .HI 
CH 3 (CH 2 ) a .OH 2 I 


C 5 H 7 I 
C 5 H 9 I 
C 5 H n I 


140 
140-142 
I55'4 (739-3) 


Liquid 


Reboul 
Lieben and Rossi 


J. R., 9, 225 
C. R., 64, 284 
G. I., 1, 314; A., 


vi., 1123 
vi., 1137; 24, 




CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CH,I 




149 


Liquid 


Grimm 


159, 74 
J. p. C., 62, 385 


1034 
vi., Ill 








148-25 c. 




Perkin 




45, 462 


u 


5) 





148-2 
147 (740) 


.... 


Kopp 


A., 95, 344 

J. [1853], 37 


vi., Ill 








147-2-147-7 






A. 










146 




Cahours 


A. C. [2], 70, 81 


i., 205 








146 




Frankland 


J., 3, 478 










146 




Gladstone & Tribe 


30, 361 


26, 679 








147 




Haaeren 


P. A., 131, 117 




j * 

.... 


primary active 
CH 3 .CH 2 .CH2.CHI.CH 3 



)) 


144-145 
146 (763) 
147 


.... 


Wurtz 
Rnmbnrgh 


B. S., 25, 545 
J., 21, 446 
R T., 1, 151 


44, 303 








143-146 




Le Bel 


C. R., 73, 499 


24, 1025 








145 






C. R, 75, 267 


25, 886 








144-145 




W^agner & Saytzeft 


A., 179, 318 


29, 548 




CHMej.CHI.CH 3 




137-139 




W^schne rad sky & 


B., 10, 406 


32, 420 








137 139 




Flawitzky 


C. R., 86 973 


34, 717 








130 




Le Bel 


C. R, 75, 276 


25, 886 








130 (760) ; 




Wurtz 


C. R, 65, 1182 


vi., 115 








50-55 i. v. 
129 








vi., 114 








127-129 




Butlerow 


B., 10, 407 


32, 589 








129-130 






A., 179, 348 




j> 





H 


125-127 
125 




Ossipoff 
Etard 


B., 8, 542 
C. R, 86, 488 


28, 877 
34, 393 




(CH 3 .CH 2 ) 2 .CHI 




1AS-1A6 






A., 179, 317 


29, 548 








145 






A.,175,374;J.p.C. 


28, 628 


i> > * 

, 9 .... .... 


(?) 
(CH 3 ) 2 CI.CHj.CH 3 




n 


144-146 
128-129 

127-139 


.... 


Saytzeff 
Demar^ay 
Wischnegradsky & 
Flawitzky 


[2], 23, 465 
C. R, 77, 360 
B., 10, 405 ; J. R., 
9, 156 
A., 190, 337 


26, 1227 
32,420 

34, 394 








127-128 






C. R, 86, 973 


34, 717 








127-129 




Winogradow 


A., 191, 131 


34, 484 








b. 125 






B., 8, 1243 


29, 545 








115-120 






B., 8, 542 


28, 877 


Triiodobenzene 
Diiodobenzene 

?> 
ji 


j) 
i 
)> 

lodobenzene 




v 
Dipropargyl tetriodide 
Diallyl tetriodide 
hydriodide .... 


1.1.1=1.2.4 
1.1=1.4 

) 


)1 

1.1=1.3 

)1 

1.1=1.2 
1.1=1.2 (?) 
C 6 H 6 .I 

)> 
1 
J? 
> 

CHi:ci.(CH ll )j.ci:cHi 

CH 2 I.CHI.(CH 2 ) 2 .CHI.CH 2 I 


C 6 H 3 I 3 
C fi H 4 I 2 



J 
I 
J) 
)) 


C 6 H 6 I 

J 


(?) 
CeHJ, 

CeHjoI^ 
C 6 H n I 


250 

277 ; 285 c. 

284-7 (75648) 
s. a. 1-4 & 1-3 

185-190 
185 
188-2 c. 
190 
260 

164-165 


76 
122 

127 

127 u. c. 
129-4 
40-4 
36-5 
Solid 
94 
b. 18 

113 
a. 100 


Kekule" 
Schlitzenberger 

Kekul6 

Dumreicher 
Korner 

)j 
Rudolph 
Korner 

Schiitzenberger 
Ladenburg 
Kekul6 
Paternd 
Scrugham 
Henry 

Wurtz 


A., 137, 165 
C. R., 52, 963; 
R, 3, 145; 4, 268 
A., 137, 164 

B., 15, 1869 
G. I., 4, 305 

s> 
B., 11, 81 
G. I., 4, 305 

C. R, 52, 963 
A., 159, 255 
J., 19, 554 
G. I. [2], 488 
7, 244 
B., 14, 399 
A., 100, 363 
A. C. [4], 3, 129 


vi., 267 
vi., 267, 3C 

vi., 267 

vii., 138 
29, 239 
29, 222 

29, 233 

vii., 138 
vi., 267 

26, 757 
iv., 415 
40, 5C5 

vi., 93 



134 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


lodohexylene 


CH 3 (CH 2 ) 4 .CH 2 I 

J) 


Mej.CH.CHj.CHj.CHjI 
CH 3 (CH 2 ) 3 CHI.CH S " 

If 

n 


> 


CH 3 .CHj.CHj.CHI.CHj.CH 
From fusel oil 

Me,C.CHI.CH 3 
Me.Ci.CHj.CHj.CII;, 

> 

MejCI.CHMe, 

> 

J> 

Me.I=1.4 


Me.I=1.3 

)> 

Me.I=L2 



C 6 H 6 .CH 2 I 
Me(CH 2 ) 3 .Cl:CHMeor 
Me(CH 2 )j.CH rCI.CH.j.Me 
CH 3 (CH 2 ) 6 .CH 2 I 

Pi-vCHI 
Prj-CHI 

Prf(CH 2 ) 2 .CHI.CH, 
Prf.MeEtCI 

> 

CMe 3 .CMe 2 I 

)> 

From CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 6 .CH 3 
C^CCH,!), 

Me 2 CH.(CH 2 ) 4 .CH,I 


I 


C 6 H n I 

11 

6 H 13 I 

)> 
i 

IT 
> 


> 

> 

J> 
1 

T> 



> 
J 

J> 
)> 



C 7 H 7 I 

T 
)) 

T 



C;H 13 I 

JT 
J 
1> 

C 7 H 15 I 

t 

> 


> 

J 
I> 

C 8 H 8 I 2 
C 8 H 17 I 






142-145 
130-132 

181-4(746-8 
179-5(752-5 
179-5 

172-175 
168 
167 

165-170 
167-5 (752) 

165 

125-75-126- 
c. (220) 
102 (98) 
164-166 
154-160 u. c 
150 
100 (70) 
140-144 

14S 

139-140 
140 
abt. 140 
lltO-ll^p.d. 
140-144 
911-8 
200-210 
204 

205 
204 
205-205-5 ; 
911 c. 
abt. 240 
140-150 d. 

SOI (754-8) 
196 
90 
92 
85 
80 p. d. 

65-175 p. d. 
70 
45-147 
45-147 
42 d. 
40-142 p. d. 
8(50) 

20-222 
21 
18-222 
92-194 c. 
(330) 


Liquid 

s. 22 
s. 3 

8. -0 

Liquid 
SB 
20+ 
Liquid 

Liquid 
Liquid 

24-1 
jiquid 

jiquid 

-liquid 15 

jiquid 
70 p. d. 


Bouchardat 
Destrem 

Liebenand Jauece 

si 
Franchimont am 
Zincko 
Pelouze & Cahours 


Hecht 

Wurtz 
Wanklyn & Erleu 
meyer 

ii 
Perkin 

Krafft 
Connick 
Lioben and Zeisel 

Pawlow 
Kaschirsky 

> 
Friedel and .Silva 
Korner 
Dreher and Otto 
Beilstein and Kuhl- 
berg 


Kekulu 

Lieben 
VIorris 

>OS3 

Wills 
Schorlennner 
r'eterseu 

iurtz 

lohu 
Schorlemmer 
iaschirsky 

j 
Jutlerow 
Venable 
Grimaux 

Zincku 
Conrad & Bischoff 
VIoslinger 
'erkin 


C. E., 74, 809 
B., 16, 229 ; A. C 
[5], 27, 5 
A., 187, 138 

JJ 

B., 4, 822; A. 
163, 196 
C. R, 54, 1241 

n 
A., 165, 147 ; B. 
11, 1422 
A. C. [4], 3, 129 
J., 16, 518 

J., 14, 732 

B., 9, 1086 
C. E., 182, 92 
M. C., 4, 44 
A., 128, 228 
A., 178, 18 
J. [1873], 339 
A., 195, 254 
A., 209, 84 
B., 11, 513 
B., 11,984 
C. C. [1881], 278 
C. E., 76, 226 
Z. C. [2], 5, 636 
A., 154, 171 
A., 158, 349 

Z. C. [2], 3, 102 
A., 158, 347 
B., 7, 1007 

Z. C. [2], 6, 736 
41, 179 

A., 189, 4 
C, 311 
6, 219 
A., 118, 74 
J. [1869], 514 
A., 161, 205 

A., 190, 313 
6, 220 
C. C. [1881], 278 
B., 11, 985 
C. C. [1881], 278 
A., 177, 184 
B., 13, 1649 
C. E., 70, 1363 ; 
A. C. [4], 26, 331 
A., 152, 5 
B., 13, 597 
B., 9, 998 


25, 410 

32, 880 

i 
25,61;vii.,646 

iii., 153 
Hi., 154 

vi., 700 

*5, 463 

29, 694 
44, 570 

34, 563 
36, 46 
42,37 

vU., 982; 26, 489 
vi., 284 
vii., 1166 
24, 682 

vii., 1166 
24, 683 
28,64 

vii., 179 

32, 126 
ii., 147 



25, 411 ; 
vii., 1025 
34, 486 
ii., 149 
42, 37 
36,46 
42,37 
28, 1249 
40, 82 
vii., 1209 ; 
25, 817 
vi., 878 
38, 628 
30, 393 
45, 463 


Hexyl iodide 

f, 
>, i, 

v 


M ff 








> >, 


ft 
t 












>j .... .... 

J> > 

lodotoluene .... 








Benzyl iodide 
Methylpropylallylene hydrio- 
dide 
Heptyl iodide 

it v 
M 

I f .". .... 
l > 

" W .... 


' 
> 

yj 


Tolylene diiodide 
Octyl iodide .... 






!> 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



13.5 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Octyl iodide 


CeHa.CHI.CH, 




211 d. 




Bouis 


A. C. [3], 44, 131 


iv., 171 








210 






J., 8, 526 


vi., 880 








206-207 




Jalm 


B., 15, 1293 










193 




Squire 


7, 108 


iv.,171; vl.,880 




Secondary 




120 i. v. 




Clermont 


B. S. [2], 12, 212 


vi., 880 


Propyl iodobenzene .... 


Pr-.I=1.4 


C 9 H n I 


250 


Liquid 


Louis 


B., 16, 110 




Isopropyl iodobenzene 


Pr/.I=1.4 


) 


234 


Liquid 


D 


B., 16, 114 




/3-Iodonaphthalene .... 


.... 


C 10 H 7 I 




54-5 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 803 


40, 736 


o- ,, 


.... 


J) 


a. 300 


Liquid 




A., 147, 173 




Isobutyl iodobenzene 


(CH 2 .CHMe 2 ).I=1.4 


C|gH|aI 


255-256 c. 


Easily 


Pahl 


B., 17, 1232 


46, 1009 


Cajeputene hydriodide 


C JO H 16 .HI + 1|H 2 


C 10 H 17 I 




80 


.... 


J. [1860], 483 




Turpentine dihydriodide 


C 10 H 16 .2HI 


CioH 18 I 2 


.... 


48 


Oppenheim 


A., 129, 149 


v., 923 


Diiododiphenyl 


CAI-CAI=(l-4), 


Ci 2 H 8 I 2 




202 


Schmidt & Schultz 


B., 12, 486 


36, 652 


(?) 


.... 


C 15 H 25 I 


143-145 (5) 




Caimizzaro & Amato 


B., 7, 1103 


28, 163 


Cetyl iodide .... 








22 


Fridau 


A 83 9 


i., 841 


Myricyl iodide 


.... 


QioHciI 


.... 


67 


Maskelyne 


22,87 


vi., 391 





.... 


i) 


.... 


69-5 


Pieverling 


A., 183, 347 


31, 586 



(5.) CHO 



Formic acid .... 


H.COOH 


CH 2 O S 


98 "5 




Liebicj 




ii., 687 








100 




Person 


J., 1, 91 








" 






Pettersson and 


B., 13, 1194 


38, 869 






" 






Ekstrand 












101 "1 (758) 




lioscoe 


15, 271 


ii., 687 






" 


105-3 (760) 




1C ODD 


J. [1847-8], 68 






H 


jj 










?? 








IQO'5 (749) 


7'45 


Pettersson 


J. p. [2] ; 24, 293 


42, 3 and 4 






" 


101 c. 


g 


Perk in 




45, 480 




Ji 


" 




8*6 


Bertbelot 


C. R., 76, 1433 ; 


26, 1099 ; 28, 




j) 










B. S. [2], 22, 440 


749 








QQ-S inn- 1 ? 




Landolt 


P. A. 117 353 






j) 


,, 


ijtj O i\J\f O 










j, ,, 


T) 


>i 




2 


Bannow 


G. J. C., 1876 










99'8-105'4 




Ijossen 


A., 214, 






For tension tables 


" 


see Part II' 










Methylalcohol 


H.CH 2 .OH 


CH<O 


60-66-5 








iii., 988 





" 





64-8 




Vincent and Dela- 


C. R., 90, 747 


38,525 












chanal 















65 




Ostwald 


J. p. C., 27, 1 


44, 575 











65-2 




Thorpe 


35, 544 




,. 





n 


66-66-5 




Linnemann 


Z. C. [2], 4, 284 


vi., 827 








=67-1 c. 



















66-67 




Lieben and Rossi 


A., 158, 107 


24, 344 











66-68 




Lieben and Paterno 


G. I., 3, 290 


27, 357 





a 





66-5 




Dumas and Peligot 


A. C. [2], 58, 5 







,. 





60 (744) 




Kane 


A., 19, 164 




). 








66-7 




Regnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 













66-3 




Pierre 


A. C. [3], 15, 325 




. 








65-5 




Kopp 


P. A., 1847 







jj 





64-6-65-2(744) 







G. J. G, 1855 













65-8 




Andrews 


J., 1, 89 







n 





65-8-66 c. 




Perkin 




45, 465 











66-5 




Person 


J., 1,91 




.. 








60-5 




Delifs 


J., 7, 26 










i 


58-6 




Dupr6 


P. A., 148, 236 




i, 








66 




Graham 


G. J. G, 1862 













66 (753) 




Landolt 


G. J. C., 1864 













65-6-66-2 




Grodzki & Kramer 


G. J. C., 1876 










(765) 










Acid from leaves of viscum 


C 2 H 3 0,.OH 


CH<0 4 




101-103 


Pavlevsky 


B. S. [2], 34, 348 


40, 441 


album 

















136 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Glycoflic anhydride 


CELO.CO- 


C 2 H 2 2 




128-130 


Thomson and Falil 


A., 200, 75 ; J. p., 


38, 380 




i i 








berg 


7, 335 




Gllycolide 


CH 2 .O.CO.CH 2 .O.CO (?) 


B 




180 


Fahlberg 


J. p. [2], 8, 329 


vii., 570 ; 27, 




i i 




























143 













180 


Dessaignes 


A., 89, 342 


ii., 919 













180 


Bottinger 


B., 14, 729 


40,714 













220 


Norton& Tcherniak 


C. R, 86, 1332 ; 


34,773 














B. S., 30, 102 




Oxalic acid 


COOH.COOH 


C 2 H 2 O 4 




212 


Richter 


Tabellen 












200, 203 


Carnelley 


33 275 









n 


.... 


186-187 


Staub and Smith 


45, 304 




(crystallized) ... 


(COOH) 2 +2H.,O 





.... 


abt. 98 






iv., 250 


.. 










98-5 


Tilden 


45, 268 




Etliylene oxide 


CH 2 .O.CH 2 


C 2 H 4 O 


13-5 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


J., 16, 486 


ii., 579 







(CAO). 




56 





C. R, 83, 1141 ; 


31, 291 














B., 10, 90 




Acetic aldehyde 


CH 3 .COH 


C 2 H 4 O 


20-8 (760) 


Liquid 


Kopp 


A., 1855 or 1856 


i., 106 


< 


H 





21 




Cazeneuve 


J. P. [5], 5, 494 


42, 1003 











21-22 c. 




Perkin 




46,475 


)* >? "* 








21 




Ramsay 


35, 469 




" > 


1) 





21-8 




Liebig 


A., 14, 132 













22 (758-2) 


Liquid 


Pierre 


C. R, 27, 213 ; 


1..106 














P. A, 76, 458 













23-28 




Guckelberger 


J., 1, 848 







H 


n 


19-8 (734) 




Kopp 


P. A., 72, - 




" 


H 





20-8 (759) 




Landolt 


A., 131, 172 







.... 


(C 3 H 4 0) n 


81 


Liquid 


Liebig 


A., 14, 133; 36, 376 


i., 109 





.... 


n 


90 




(0 


(?) 


(?) 


n n " -.- 

Elaldehyde 





" 


94 


Liquid 


Liebig 
T \ i ' 




vii., 32 


Isomer of aldehyde 


.... 


" (?) 


110 




t ehnng 
Bauer 


A., 27, 319 
J., 13, 436 


i., 109 


Metaldehyde & Paraldehyde 


see C 6 H 12 O 3 


J) 


280-285 






J. [1878], 612 




Methylic formate 


H.COOMe 


C' 2 H 4 3 


30-4 (712) 


Liquid 


Volhard 


A., 176, 135; 166, 


28, 877 














128 




" " 


M 


n 


32-32-5 c. 




Perkin 


.... 


46, 490 


" " 





n 


31-6-32-4 


.... 


Kroemer&Grodzky 


B., 9, 1928 










(764-8) 










" " 


" 





32 


.... 


Bardy and Bordet 


A. C. [5], 16,561; 


36, 520 














C. R, 88, 183 




, .... 


" 





32-3 


.... 


Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


" " 


" 





33 




Ramsay 


35, 469 




j, 


" 


>, 


33-4 (760) 




Kopp 


P. A., 72 




,, ,, .... .... 


" 





32-9 




Andrews 


J., 1, 89 




i, 


H 





36-38 




Liebig 




ii., 695 


Acetic acid 


CH 3 .COOH 


" 


32-3 
113 


.... 


Schumann 
Ramsay 


G. J. C., 1881 
35, 469 







" 





114 




Mitscherlich 






" " 


" 





117-1 


.... 


Pettersson and Ek- 


B., 13, 1194 


38, 869 












strand 








B 


" 


117-1 (749) 


16-55 


Pettersson 


J. p. [2], 24, 293 


42,3 




" 





.... 


16 


Lowitz 




i., 10 




" 







16 


Regnault 


J. [1863], 74 


vii., 6 




" 





117 (763) 


16-45 


Oudemans 


Z. C. [1866], 750 


vi., 7 




" 





118 


16-5 


Longuinine 


B., 6, 564 


26, 1101 




" 


" 


118 




Landolt 


P. A., 117, 353 






" 


1) 


117-8 (760) 


16-7 


Rudorff 


B.,3,391;P.J.T., 


vii., 5; 24, 1094 














[2], 2, 241 






" 


" 


.... 


17 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 1287 


34,4 




J 


" 


116 


17 


Delffs 


A. 92, 277 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



137 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Acetic acid 


CH 3 .COOH 



H 

)j 
j) 


ji 
) 

)) 

CH 2 .O.O.CH 2 
CH 2 (OH).COOH 


) 
)> 

CH 3 .O.CH 3 

5) 
)1 
)> 


CH 3 .CH 2 OH 


)) 
j) 
Jl 
i 
) 


> 
> 

I) 

n 



i) 

n 

jj 


> 

11 

u 

j> 

Me 2 O 

CH 3 OH.CH 2 OH 

j 




C 2 H 4 O a 



J 
)) 
J 

1) 




> 
)) 

C 2 H 4 O a 


)) 


C 2 H 6 O 


J 
J) 
>1 

n 

i) 


n 
> 


i) 
) 

> 





) 


j 
11 
H 




>i 

11 



n 

C 2 H,0 2 



)> 
> 


118-1 c. 

120 
120 
116-9-119 
120 

117-3 (760) 
119 
118-5; 
321-5 c. t. 
118-118-5 c. 
118-118-8c 
104 
s. a. 152 

begins 100 

20 
21 
23-65 
c. 30 (760) 
c. (2-5 ats.) 
c.30 (6'5ats.) 
76 
77-9 
77-77-5 
78-5 
78 
78-21 
78-4 (760) 
78-4 (760) 
78-8 
78-1-79 
78-3 (760) 
78-4 
78-3 
78 
79 
78-4 

78-4 
78-63 (760) 
78-25 
78-3-78-307 
(760) 
80-6 
81 
78-05 (760) 

gas 

193 
194 c. 
195 
197-197-5 
196-199 c. 


22-5 

152 

78-79 
78-79 
76-77 
80 

s. 130-5 
liiquid 


Linnemann 

Dumas 
Person 
Lessen 
Nessler 
Mollerat 
Kopp 
Sebille- Anger 
Pawlewski 

Perkin 

Butlerow 

Schulze 
Drechsel 
Thomson 
Fahlberg 

Berthelot 


Eegnault 
Tellier 
j) 
j> 
Dumas and Boullay 
Andrews 
Linnemann 
Perkin 
Ramsay 
Pictet 
Gay-Lussac 
Kopp 

) 
Darling 
Eegnault 
Berthelot 
Pierre 
Erlenmeyer 
Pierre and Puchot 
Vincent and Dela- 
chanal 
Person 
Linnemann 
Delffs 
Mendeljeff 

Fownes 
Wackenroder 
Vlain 
Wroblewski and 
Olzewski 

Srlenmeyer and 
Kriechbaumer 
Atkinson 
Zeller and HUfner 
Ramsay 
Wurtz 
Perkin 


A, 162, 39 ; 160 
195 

J., 1, 91 
A., 214, 154 
Lw., 24, 284 
A. C. [1], 68, 88 
P. A., 72 

B., 16, 2633 

A., Ill, 242; 120, 
295 
Z.C.P.[1862],606 
A., 127, 150 
G. J. C., 1879 
J. p. [2], 7, 329 

M. A. S., 26, 658 
A. C. [5], iii., 502 
j 

P. A., 12, 93 
J., 1, 89 
J., 21, 413 

P. M. [5], 1, 477 

A, 72, 1 
A., 55, 166 

M. A. S., 26, 658 

A. C. [3], 15, 325 
A, 162, 374 
A. C. [4], 22, 260 
C. R, 90, 747 

J., 1, 91 
A., 160, 195 
J., 7, 26 
J., 18, 469 

P. T. [1847], 249 
J., 1, 682 
G. J. C., 1877 
C. B., 96 1225 ; 
P. J. T. [1884], 
814 
B., 7, 699; J. 
[1863], 70 
P. M. [4], 16, 437 
J. p. [2], 10,270 
35, 469 
A. C. [3], 55, 410 


vii., 203 

38, 515 
i., 10 
)> 
) 
46, 252 

45,481 

i., 11 
iii., 1007 

ii., 910 

vii., 569 ; 27, 
143 
iii., 990 
ii., 537 

28, 488 
n 
11 

i., 72 

45,465 
36, 469 
31, 163 
i., 73 

M 

26, 1082 
35, 544 

38, 524 
vii., 203 

44,781 

28,442 

i., 575 
45, 504 




















.... (hydrate) 
Methylene oxide 

frlycollic acid 

ti ) * 
,, .... .... 
,, .... 

Methyl oxide 
.... .... 








Ethyl alcohol 


















































Ethylene glycol 
i) ji 
)> " 
11 i> * 
,, ,j .... ....i 



138 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Propargylic acid 


OH I C.COOH 


C 3 H 2 2 


140-145 


6 


Baadrowski 


B., 15, 2701 


44, 314 








(C 3 H 2 2 ) a 


.... 


145 


it 


B., 12, 2215 


38, 160 


Mesoxalic acid (see C 3 H 4 0,) 


CO(COOH) 2 


C 3 H 2 6 


.... 


108 


Bottinger 


A. 203, 138 


40, 415 


Acrolein 


CH 2 :cH.CH:o 


C 3 H 4 


50 


.... 


Briihl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 


.... 





)> 


52 


.... 


Redtenbacher 


A., 45, - 




> 








52-4 


Liquid 


Hiibner & Geuther 


A., 114, 35 


i., 56 


Metacrolein 


see C,H 12 O 3 














Allylene oxide 


CH 3 .C : CH.O 
i 1 


)) 


62-63 


Liquid 


Cars tan jen 


J. p. [2], 4, 419 


vii., 50 








)) 


62-63 


Liquid 


Berthelot 


A. C. [4], 23, 212 


25, 143 


Propargyl alcohol 


CHiC.CHjOH 


)J 


114-115 


.... 


Briilil 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 


>! 


H 


. 


lllt-115 


.... 


Henry 


B., 6, 728 


vii., 1007; 26, 
















1123 





i 


)> 


110-115(762 


Liquid 





B., 5, 569 


25, 807 


Acrylic acid 


CH 2 :CH.COOH 


C 3 H 4 2 




Liquid 






i., 57 





.... 


> 


140-150 


s. 15 


Caspary and Tollen 


B., 5, 560 


vii., 27 ; 25, 
















814 


> 


.... 







s. 7 


Linnemann 


A., 163, 95 


vii., 27; 25, 689 


Paracrylic acid 


.... 


(C 3 H 4 2 ). 




68-69 


Klimenko 


B. S. [2], 34, 321 


40, 414 


,, .... .. 


.... 


> 


.... 


180-182 


KrestownikofF 


B., 10, 410 


32, 442 


(?) 


.... 


)) 




96 


Roser 


B., 15, 293 




Pyroracemic acid (pyruvic) 


CH 3 .CO.COOH 


C 3 H 4 3 


155-165 


Liquid 


Claisen & Shadwel 


B., 11, 621 


34, 568 





M 


) 


abt. 165 p.d 


Liquid 


Volckel 


J., 6, 426 


iv., 770 


) i 








165-170 


.... 


Wichelhaus 


G. J. C., 1867 




Malonic acid 


COOH.CH 2 COOH 


C 3 H 4 4 




102 


Grimaux & Tcher 


B. S. [2], 31, 338 


36, 783 










1 IT 'f 1 *3O 


niak 


B-i ! nm 






M 







lol 5-1,52 

1 *3O 


Jackson and Hill 

Tlio^Vir\ff 


., 11, z91 

B1 a* -i -i -i n 


34, 402 


) j 





)> 




loSS 


-Discnon 


., lo, 1110 


42, 1188 










1 OO 


mmf.ff 


Rty Af\t 









)J 


.... 


loz 

1 QOt 


neu 

"H"tll r\ *- rrftl 


, 7, 401 


27, 787 




jj 


) 




loz 


lleintzel 


A., 139, 132 

Bl A 1 1 OK 


29, 65 




i) 





.... 




Lippmann 


., 14, 1185 


40, 800 


> .... .... 





J 




abt. 138 


Pinner 
r\rt*virt 


B., 8, 965 


29, 65 







)) 




139-140 


JJemole 


B., 11, 1714 


36, 220 


Tartronic acid 


CH(OH)(COOH) 2 


C 3 H 4 6 




140 
145-147 


Dessaignes 
Grimaux 


A., 107, 251 
B., 10, 903 


iii., 799 





)) 







150-151 


Demole 


B., 10, 1789 


34,34 


j 


W 


> 


.... 


155 


Gruber 


B., 12, 516 




)> ji 


i) 


J) 




160 d. 


.... 


.... 


v., 698 





; 


) 




abt. 160 


Campani & Bizzarr 


G. L, 10, 489 


40,256 


T* 


j 


)) 




170 


Brunner 


B., 12, 547 




,, 


j 





.... 


175 


Text books 


B., 14, 729 


40, 714 





* 


J) 




179-185 


Compani & Bizzarri 


G. L, 12, 1 


42,818 


) J) 


? 


)) 




182 d. 


Conrad and Bischof 


B., 13, 600 


38, 629 


M )) 


> 


J> 




183 


Bottinger 


B., 14, 729 


40, 714 








)J 




1S5-187 d. 


Conrad and Bischoff 


A., 209, 222 


42, 39 


(hydrate) .... 


C.,H 4 6 +H 2 


>j 


s. 110-120 




Kichter 


Tabellen 




Mesoxalic acid (see C 3 H 2 O 6 ) 


C(HO)j(COOH) 2 


C 3 H 4 6 




96 


PetriefF 


B., 7, 404 


27, 787 


j) 
Propylene oxide 


) 

CH 2 .O.CHMe 


C 3 H 6 


35 


115 
Liquid 


Deichsel 
Oser 


J. [1864], 640 
B. S. [1860], 237 


vi., 824 
vii., 1021 


11 


)> 


)) 


35 




LeBel 


C. B., 92, 532 


40, 1021 


ii 


) 


)) 


36 




Belohoubek 


B., 12, 1872 


38, 232 


i) i) 


CH...CH2.0.CH2 


I> 


abt. 50 


Liquid 


Eeboul 


A. C. [5], 14, 495 


36, 133 





> 


(C,H.O). 


160-170 










Propionic aldehyde 


CH 3 .CH 2 .COH 


\ 3 6 /* 

C 3 H 6 


40-45 (740) 


Liquid 



Rossi 


G. L, i., 230 



24, 1030 


it 


)! 





46 




Pierre and Puchot 


Z. G, 13, 255 ; 


vi., 962 














A. C. [4], 22, 298 




i) 


)J 





47-47-5 




Serthelot 


C. R, 83, 413 


30, 474 


> D .- .... 


) 





48 


.... 


Briihl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 





)) 


M 


46-49-5 


.... 


jossen 


A., 214, 154 




n j> 







48-77 c. 


.... 


jinnemann 


A., 161, 20 


25, 234 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



139 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Propionic aldehyde .... 

ji J> 

Dimethylketone (acetone) ... 
j jj 
jj jj 
11 ii 
jj u 
j> u 
jj jj 
>* jj 
u jj 
i 11 
ji u 
i ji 
jj jj 
11 
u jj 
ji u 
jj 
jj 
u u 
11 u 
j> jj 
ii jj 
Propylal 


CH 3 .CH 2 .COH 
CH 3 .CO.CH 3 

u 
JJ 

11 

u 
u 

1) 
)J 

JJ 
JJ 

11 

Jl 
u 


C 3 H 6 

JJ 

JJ 
U 

J) 

U 
11 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 

JJ 

JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
11 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 


47^9 c. 
49-5 (740) 

54-63 
55-65 
55-6 
53-3-56'6 
56-3-56-53 
55-6-55-9 c. 
57-58 
57 u. c. 
54-56 
56 
56 
55-56 
56-3 (763) 
56-3 (763) 
56-53 c. (760 
56-58 
56-57 
56-58 
56-58-5 
56-59 
56-57 
58 
55-60 
232-8 c. t. 
66 


1. 15 


Perkin 
Rossi 

Michaelson 
Guckelberger 
Liebig 
Grodzki & Kramer 
Zander 
Perkin 
Schrohe 
Spring 
Pinner 
Dumas 
Deichmiiller 
Freund 
Regnault 
Kopp 
Thorpe 
.Tahn 

Japp and Streatfielc 
Linnemann 
ji 

Cazeneuve 
Popoff 
Sajotschewsky 


C. R., 70, 129; 
A., 159, 79 
A., 133, 182 
A., 64, 39 
P. A., 72 
Z. C., 14, 103 
A., 214, 172 

B., 8, 368 
B., 14, 759 
B., 14, 1072 

A., 209, 22 
J., 13, 313 

P. A., 72 

B., 13, 2110, 2115 
B., 13, 2114 
41, 271 
A., 161, 59 

jj 
A., 143, 349 
J. P. [5], 5, 494 
Z. C. [2], 7, 4 
W. B. [1879], 74 


46,476 
vi., 962 

iv., 734 

JJ 

vi., 767 

45,478 

i., 26 
40, 1162 

37, 212 
25, 238 

JJ 

42, 1003 
24, 126 
45, 139 
24 386 


Allyl alcohol .... 


CH a : CH CH 2 OH 




88-89 






B 7 854 


27 1157 








90 92 


s 54 




A 156 134 


vi , 91 








92 95 






A 159 174 










93-96 






A 156 132 










96'4-97'4 




Kempf 


A 214 172 


**!.; 








Qfi'R o 








45 536 








96 97 




Tollens 


A 158 104 


vii 47 24 340 




f.,\'< ' 


" 


96 97 






B 5 569 


25 807 








96 97 






B 7 1381 


28 246 




.^ " 




96'5 




Briihl 


A 200 139 


38 296 






JJ 


96-6 c. (766) 
92 94 


.... 


Thorpe 


J 17 489 


37, 210 






" 


96"5 96'8 




Buff 


B 4 647 


24 905 








97 




Hartley 


39 154 










90-100 








i. 140 








103 


Liquid 














in 1 } 






T O KQO 


vi 91 


hydrate 
Kthylic formate 



n u * 

i) 11 

j 11 



11 11 



C 3 H 6 0+H 2 
H.COOEt 

JJ 
JJ 

Jl 
JJ 
11 
JJ 

JJ 
U 


U 

11 

C 3 H 6 2 


88-89 
166-168 
52-9 (752) 
53-4 
53 
54 
54-4 (760) 
54-4 
55-5 
54-3 (762) 
54-9 (760) 
55 
54-57 
56 
54-2 e. 
55-7; 238-6 o.t. 


Liquid 
Liquid 


Aronheim 
Heintz 
Pierre 
Liebig 
Delffs 
Marchand 
Schumann 
Elsasaer 
Lowig 
Andrews 
Kopp 
Ramsay 
Claisen & Matthews 
Dobereiner 
Perkin 
Pawlewski 


B., 7, 1381 
A., 169, 114 
C. E., 27, 213 

J., 7, 26 

G. J. C., 1881 
A., 218, 302 
J., 14, 599 
J., 1, 89 
P. A., 72 
35, 469 
41, 266 
P. A., 72 

B., 15, 2463 


28, 246 
27, 146 
P. A., 76, 458 

ii., 693 
44,967 
ii., 693 

ii., 693 
45, 490 
44, 276 
T 2 



140 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic formate 


H.COOEt 


C.HA 


230 c.t. 




Sajotschewsky 


W. B. [1879], 74 


45, 138 


Methylic acetate 


CH a .COOMe 


1) 


56-2 


.... 


Lowig 


A., 96 







J 





56-58 




Grodski & Kriime 


Z. C., 14, 103 







) 


J> 


55 (762) 


Liquid 


Andrews 


1,27 


i., 23 


)> .... 


JJ 


1> 


56-3 (760) 


Liquid 


Kopp 


A., 55, 181 


)> 


> 


)? 


> 


57-5 




Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


!> 





H 


56-56-5 c. ; 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 493 








57'5 c. 










n !> 


J> 





58 


.... 


Dumas and Peligo 


P. A., 36, 117 




>i 


Ji 


H 


59-5 


.... 


Pierre and Puchot 


C. E., 27, 213 ; 
















P. A., 76, 458 




j> 


) 


j 


58 


.... 


Cahours 


G. J. C., 1863 




.... 





)j 


57-5 (760) 




Schumann 


G. J. C., 1881 




> .... 





? 


229'8 c.t. 




Sajotschewsky 


W. B. [1879], 74 


46, 138 





)) 


>) 


57'l;239-8c.t 


.... 


Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2463 


44, 276 


Acetyl carbinol 


CH 3 .CO.CH 2 OH 


u 


a. 100 


.... 


Emmerling and 


A., 204, 27 


38, 868 












Waguer 






Propionic acid 


CH 3 .CH 2 COOH 


j 




1. -21 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 1286 


34, 4 





)I 


> 


57 (25) 


.... 


Claisen and Moritz 


37, 694 




t, 








139 




Freund 


J. F. P. [2], 5, 44 


vii., 1010 


H n 


JJ 


)> 


140 


s. o. t. 


Dumas 


.... 


iv., 731 


19 .... 


J 


j 


140 




Malaguti & Leblan 


J., 1, 551 







J 





140-66 




Linnemann 


A., 162, 39 


vii., 203 


l> )> 


t 


) 


140-71 c. (760) 


/. 21 


)? 


A., 148, 251; 160 


vii., 1010 














195 




> .... 


)> 


) 


141-6 




Vincent 


B. S. [2], 31, 156 


36, 612 





)J 





141-5 (760) 




Pierre and Puchot 


A. C. [4], 28, 71 


vii., 1010 


? 


) 


H 


146-6 (760) 




D 


C. R, 75, 250 . 


26,44 


.... .... 





j) 


141-142 c. ; 




Perkin 


.... 


45, 481 








141-3 c. 













)> 


j 


142 




Limpricht & Uslar 


J., 8, 508 













141-6 (760) 




Kopp 


A. 







1 


)> 


140 




Landolt 


P. A., 117,353 




i> .... .... 





)> 


139 




Linnemann 


J., 21, 433 




>! 





,J> 


140-1-141-6 




Lessen 


A., 214 








(755-756) 










)) )) 


)> 


>i 


138-5 ; 


.... 


Pawlewski 


B., 16, 2633 


46, 252 








339-9 c.t. 










)> 


1 





?or table of 


.... 


Kahlbaum 


B., 16, 2476 


46, 141 








b. p.'s. at 
















different 
















pressures, 
















see Part II 










Glycide (epihydrin alcohol) 


CH 2 .CH.CH.,OH 
L^J 


H 


57 (760) 




lanriot 


C. R., 88, 387 


36, 449 


) 


)) 





57-160 d. 


.... 


)> 


A. C. [5], 17, 112 


36, 1032 





H 


IJ 


61-163 


Liquid 


Gegerfelt 


B. S. [2], 23, 160 


28, 879 



Bergamot camphor 
Lactic acid 


> 

C 2 H 4 (OH)(COOH) 
CO(OMe) 2 


C 3 H 6 0,,). 
C 3 H 6 3 




60 
0-6 c. 


206 
b. 24 
0-5 


ireslauer 
M.ulder 

Hose 


J. p. [2], 20, 192 
A., 31, 70 

A., 205, 231 


38,29 
., 581 
ii., 456 
40, 252 


Dimethyl carbonate 











1 (730) 




Schreiner 


. p. [2], 22, 357 


40,88 


,, 
Methylglycollic acid 


i 
CH(OMe).COOH 



jj 


2-97 
98 


.... 


Councler 
leintz 


B., 13, 1697 
.,.12, 359 


0, 251 



Methylic glycollate 


CH 2 (OH).COOMe 




i) 


78 
51-2 




chreiner 

j> 


B., 12, 179 
B., 12, 179 ; A., 


6, 522 


Glyceric aldehyde 
" > 


CH S (OH).CH(OH).COH 





30-135 


71-72 


lenard 


197, 6, 21 
. R., 82, 562 


0,64; 42,1308 


Trioxymethylene HO.CH.CH(OH).CHOH 








92 
155 


)> 
Jartoli & Papasogli 


. R., 81, 188 
G. I., 13, 287 


8, 1250 
6, 170 










152; 


"ollens 


B., 16, 919 










a.s.171-172 









COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



141 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methylethyloxide 


CH 3 .O.C 2 H 5 


C 3 H 8 


11 


.... 


Williamson 


J., 4, 511 


ii., 537 








5) 


11 




Wurtz 


J., 9, 563 




Isopropyl alcohol 


CH 3 .CH(OH).CH 3 





80-82 




Linnemann 


W. A., 63, 255 


vii., 982 





i) 





81-85 


.... 





B., 10, 1111 


32, 729 


,1 i) 








82-85 c. (760) 







A., 161, 26 


vii., 1015 


i, 


n 





82-85 c. (725) 







A., 161, 43 


85, 236 











83-84 (739) 


b. 20 





A., 136, 37 


v., 889 











82 


Liquid 


Regnault & Hardy 


J. P. [4], 30, 405 


38, 456 


> .... 








82-5-83-5 c. 




Perkin 




46,467 











82-84 


.... 


Lessen 


A., 214, 154 




n ) .... 


i> 





83-84 




Schepper and Tak 


Z. C. [2], 4, 124 


vi., 965 


>r .... 








83-85 


.... 


Siersch 


A., 144, 141 


11 








1 


85 




Weidel and Gruber 


B., 10, 1137 


32, 780 


hydrate .... 








85 


.... 


Rabateau 


C. R, 87, 501 


36, 36 


*> 


(C 3 H 8 0) 3 .H a O- 




80 




Linnemann 


A., 136, 40 







(C 3 H 8 O) 3 .2H 2 O 


.... 


78-80 


.... 


., 







n 


(C 3 H 8 0) 3 .H 2 




81 


.... 










Propyl alcohol 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 OH 


C 3 H 3 


84-91 







A., 148, 251 


vi., 963 


,, .... 





11 


92-96 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


A., 150, 159 


vi., 957 








11 


96 







P. R. S., 17, 372 


vi., 963 


,, .... 








95-96 




Etard 


C. R, 86, 488 


34, 393 








11 


96-97 


.... 


Chancel 


C. R, 37, 410 


v., 889 








11 


96 (743)' 


.... 


Rossi 


C. R, 70, 129 ; 


vi., 963; 24, 














G. I., 1, 230 ; 


1031 














A., 159, 79 




1 11 "" "* 








96 (758)' 


.... 


Saytzeff 


J. p. [2], 3, 76 ; 


24, 229 














Z. C., 13, 107 







M 


1) 


96 




Gladstone & Tribe 


39,4 







)l 





97 




Rabateau 


C. R, 87, 501 


36,36 








11 


97 




Briihl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 


, 


51 


11 


96-98 




Lessen 


A., 214, 153 




, 





, 


97-3 (760); 


.... 


Brown. 


P. R. S., 26, 238 


32, 838 








79-3 (370) ; 
















56-0 (120) 










,, 


n 


11 


97-41 


.... 


Linnemann 


A., 161, 26 ; A., 


vii., 203, 1013 ; 














162, 39 


26, 235 


.> ,, 


1J 


11 


95-100 


.... 


Fitz 


B., 13, 36, 1311 


38, 372 





11 


11 


97-98 


.... 


Chapman & Smith 


7,198 


vi., 963 


, . 


11 


11 


98 c. 




Perkin 




45, 466 


, 








97 




Bertoni and Truffi 


G. I., 14, 23 


46, 1110 


, 


11 





96-100 




Kramer and Pinner 


B., 3, 77 




11 11 " * 


11 


H 


97-98 




Schorlemmer 




27, 1030 





H 


11 


98-5 




Pierre and Puchot 


C. R, 66, 302 


39,4; vi., 963 





11 


H 


97-100 




Chancel 


C. R, 68, 659 


vi., 963 


11 J! " 


11 


11 


97-101 







A., 151, 302 




hydrate 


C 3 H 8 O+H 2 O 


n 


87-5 (738) 







C. R, 68 


vi., 963 


Methylal 


CH 2 (OMe) 2 


C,H a O 


1$ (761} 


Liquid 


JVTjiIftfiiti 


A P T9l 7n ion 


mQCM 






vy 3- LJ -8 v/ 2 


JffJ \4 \Ji J 






-l-. vy. 1 iijj I Uj Ot"J 


j yyi 








43(236 '6 c.t.) 




Piiwlp.wski 


Blfi 9fi*}** 


A ft ~>~.-> 




11 










., 1 <), J4UGO 


*Oj di 


Propylene glycol 


CH 3 .CH(OH).CH 2 (OH) 





185-186 


.... 


Jeltekow 


B., 6, 558 


26, 1016 


11 11 








187 c. 




Belohoubek 


B., 12, 1873 


38,232 











185-2-188-5 


.... 


Zander 


A., 214, 154 




.... .... 


D 





188-189 




Wurtz 


J., 10, 464 


v., 892 


,, .... .... 


j) 


11 


188 




Han riot 


C. R, 86, 1139 


34, 656 


I? ?! 


u 





188 




LeBel 


C. R, 89, 312 


36, 1031 


!, 





n 


189 




Loobisch and Looss 


M. C., 2, 789 


42,377 











185-3 




Flawitzky 


B., 11, 1256 




Trimethj'lene glycol 


CH 2 (OH).CH 2 .CH 2 (OH) 





208-218 


Liquid 


Geromont 


A., 158,369; B., 


vii., 49, 1021 ; 














4, 548 


24, 698 


,, 





11 




Viscid 30 


Niederist 


M. C., 3, 838 


44, 450 


. 


M 


n 


215-216 c. 


.... 


Reboul 


A. C. [5], 14, 491 


36, 133 


" " 








216 







C. R, 79, 169 


42, 156 



142 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Trimethylene glycol 


CH S (OH).CH 2 .CH 2 (OH) 


C 3 H 8 2 


216-217 




Reboul 


C. R., 78, 1773 


27, 977 


.. 





J) 


S16-S16-5 c. 




Freund 


M. G, 2, 636 


42, 156 








(736) 










Glycetol 


CH 2 (OH).CH(OH).CH 2 (OH 


C 3 H 8 3 


.... 


20 


Nitsche 


G. J. G, 1873 













179-5 (12-5) 




Bolas 


24, 84 


vii., 563 








210 (50) 










tt .... .... . 








.... 


17 


Henninger 


G. J. G, 1875 













.... 


15-4 


Armstrong 


G. J. G, 1876 




tt .... .... . 


,t 





290-08 c. 


.... 


Oppenheim & Salz- 


B., 17, 1623 


28, 442 








(756-55) 




manu 












tt 


290-290-5 c 




Perkin 




45, 507 


tt .... .... 








275-280 


.... 


Kekul6 


Lehrbuch, 2, 125 













280 d. 




Strecker 


Lehrbuch, 448 




tt .... .... 


tt 





290 c. (759-7 


.... 


Mendeljeff 


A., 114, 165 




tt .... .... 


tt 





.... 


7-2 


Gladstone 


20, 384 


vi., 638 


tt 





j) 




15-5 


Hamel Roos 




29, 651 


Propyl phycite 


C 3 H 4 (OH) 4 


C 3 H 8 4 


a. 150 




Carius 


A., 134, 71 


v., 893 


Fumaric anhydride .... -g ^ 
Maleic anhydride 


(C 4 H 2 2 )"0 

CO.CHX'H.CO.O 

i i 


C 4 H 2 3 


176 
192-198 


57 
Crystalline 


Pelouze 
Perkin 


A. C. [2], 56, 72 
B., 14, 2548 


"., 746 
39, 562 










196 


57 


Kekul6 


As., 2, 87 


iii., 788 


" " 








202 c. 


53 


Anschiitz 


B., 12, 2281 




" " 


>. 





201-202 (o.d. 




tt 


B., 14, 2791 ' 




" " 








82 (14) 


53-54 


tt 


tt 




Acetylene dicarboxylic acid 


COOH.C = C.COOH 


C 4 H 2 4 


80 (11-12) 


175 


tt 
Bandrowski 


B., 15, 641 
B., 15, 2694 


44, 313 





C 4 H.O 4 +2H 2 O 






d. 100 




B., 10, 838 


32, 592 


(hydrate) 
















Taiguic acid .... 
















Tetraphenol 


.... 


C 4 H 4 O 


.... 


135 


Arnaudon 


J. [1858], 264 


v., 655 




.... 


C 4 H 4 O 2 


32 


Liquid 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 282 


26, 624; vii., 


Tetrolic acid .... 


pTT p ; p prvr^TT ., 












1032 




Vyi-Lg.vy . V/. \j \s\J XJ_ OF 


tt 


197-205 


76 


Lagermark 


B., 12, 854 


36, 782 




CH i C.CH S .COOH 
















" 





.... 


76 


Kahlbaum 


B., 12, 2338 






" 


51 


.... 


76 


Pinner 


B., 14, 1081 






" 


tt 




76-5 


Friedrich 


B., 15, 218 


42, 945 




" 


It 


203 c. 


76-5 


Geuther 


J. p. [2], 3, 431 


vii., 399; 24, 
















816 




e. . 





.... 


94'6 


Friedrich 


A., 219, 322 


44, 968 


Succinic anhydride .... 


CO.CHJ.CH2.CO.O 


C 4 H 4 3 


260-280 d. 


189 

118 


Detnarc.ay 
Anschiitz 


B. S. [2], 33, 516 
B., 10, 1884 


38, 626 
34, 136 


" " 


J) 







119 





B., 10, 326 




tt 


" 





250 


119-6 


Sraut 


A., 137, 254 


v., 462 


.... 





tt 


.... 


120 


Jrech 


G. J. G, 1880 




Oxytetrolic acid 


. 





.... 


160 


jloldschniidt 


M. G, 3, 136 


42, 602 


Fumaric acid .... 







.... 


s. w.m.a.300 


3uisberg 


B., 15, 1384 




Maleic acid .... 




C 4 H 4 4 




s. w. m. 200 


.... 


A. 




Formyl tricarbonic acid 
Trioxymaleic acid 
Methyl propargyl oxide 


CH(COOH) 3 

COOH.C(OH) 2 .CO.COOH 
CH 3 .O.C 3 H 3 


? 

cXo, 

C 4 H 6 


abt 160 
61-62 


abt. 130 
1292) 
110 


iiichner 
Conrad 
?anatar 
lenry 


A., 49, 57 
B., 12, 752, 1237 
B., 13, 1384 
B., 5, 274; B., 


iii., 784 
36, 707 
38, 875 
vii., 1008 ; 25, ' 


Dihydrofurfurane 












5,455 


687 


a-Crotonic aldehyde 
- ,, 


CH 3 .CH : CH.CHO 





7 
03-104 


.... 


lenniger 

^"ewbury 


G R., 98, 149 
C. R., 92, 196 


46, 897 
40, 406 




" 


,, 


02-106 


.... 


'erkin 


43, 89 




" )> > .... 

- .. 


" 


.. 


04-105 


.liquid 


Kekule 


A., 162, 92, 309 


25, 616 


Allylic formate 


CH 3 :CH.'cH 2 .CHO 
H.COO(CH 2 .CH : CH 2 ) 


tt 


105 
103-105 

82-83 


jiquid 
-liquid 


^ewbury 
Sekule 
"ollens, Weber and 


A. C. J., 5, 112 
Z. G [2], 5, 572 
AC. [1866], 518; 


46, 295 
vi., 513 
vi., 621 








1 




Kempf 


J., 21, 450 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



143 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Erythrol anhydride 


O.CH 2 .CH.CH.CH 2 .O 


C 4 H 6 3 


138 


Liquid 


Przybytek 


B., 17, 1092 


46, 979 




i i i i 














Butyrolactone 


CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CO.O 


J> 


201-203 




Saytzeff 


A., 171, 266 


27, 570 


















.... 


)J 


)> 


201-203 


18 


Fittig 


A., 208, 111 


42,33 


jj 


)J 


)J 


203 (753-8) 


.... 


.... 


M. C., 3, 702 




jj .... ... 


)) 


)) 


206o. 


.... 


Saytzeff 


J. p. [2], 25, 64 


42, 497 


Trimethylene carboxylic acid 


CH 2 .CH 2 .CH.COOH 





188-190 


Liquid 


Perkin 


B., 17, 54 


46, 832 




i i 














0-Crotonic acid (quartenylic 


CH 2 : CH.CH 2 .COOH 


)J 


171-9 c. 


1. 15 


Geuther 


J.Z.,6; J. F.P. 


24, 814 ; vil., 


or isocrotonic acid) 












[2], 3, 442 ; J. p. 


399 ; vi., 509 














[21 3, 431 




j jj 








172 


1. -15 


Stacewicz 


Z. C. [2], 5, 321 


vi., 509 


jj 








170-173 




Hemilian 


G. J. C., 1874 




ji > 


ii 





172 


.... 


Kramer & Grodsky 


B., 11, 1359 




j) M 


M 


1J 


.170 




Hell & Miillhauser 


B., 13, 480 




Methacrylic acid 


CH 2 :CMe.COOH 


)> 


.... 


1.0 


Frankland & Duppa 


18, 133 


vi., 510, 825 


j> jj 


JJ 


J> 


160-5 




Kopp 


G. J. G, 1879 




,, j, .... 


JI 


)J 




1. 10 


Balbiano 


G. I., 8, 371 


36, 616 


>j jj 


JJ 





.... 


16 


Briihl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 


jj j 


JJ 


M 


160-5 


16 c. 


Prehn 


B., 8, 20 


28, 632 


i jj 


JJ 


if 


160-5 


16 


Fittig 


A, 187, 42 


32,736 


jj jj 





JT 


180-181 


18-19 


Fittig and Roeder 


B., 16, 2592 


46, 295 


a-Crotonic acid 


CH 3 .CH : CH.COOII 


)) 




70 


Perkin 


43, 89 




jj jj .... 


J 





.... 


70-5-71-5 


Balbiano 


G. I., 8, 90 


34, 658 


jj > .... 





)) 


.... 


71 


Lagermarck and 


B., 10, 639 


32, 583 












Eltekoff 






jj j> 


JJ 





.... 


71-72 


Einne and Tollens 


Z. C. [2], 7, 251 


vii., 49 ; 25, 
















1021 


)) jj 


)J 


) 


180-181 


71-72 


Kekulfi 


B., 3, 606 


vii., 396 


jj jj .... .... 


J 


)1 


182; 184-7 c. 


71-72 


i) 


A., 162, 112, 315 


25, 618 


j jj .... 


J 





189 c. 


71-72 


ji 


B., 3, 606 


vii., 396 


ji jj 


JJ 


)l 


182 


72 





B., 3, 609 


JJ 


^ .... 


JJ 





.... 


72 


Perkin 


43, 89 


45, 536 


* jj .... 


JJ 


J 


187-4 c. 


71-5 


Geuther 


J. p. [2], 3, 431 


24, 815 


11 jj 


JJ 


)) 




72 


Will and Korner 


A., 105, 12 


vii., 396 


j) jj 


JJ 


) 


183-8; 187 c. 


72 


Bulk 


A,, 139, 62 


vi., 510; vii., 
















396 


u jj .... 


JJ 


JJ 


181-182 c. 


71-72 


Wialieenus 


A., 149, 214 


vii., 396 


jt jj .... 


JJ 


JJ 


.... 


72 


Sarnow 


B., 5, 468 


25, 689 


*j jj 


JJ 


1) 


.... 


72 


Hemilian 


B., 7, 297 


27, 682 


jj j) .... 


JJ 


JJ 


.... 


72 


Hell and Lauber 


B., 7, 560 


27,887 


ji jj .... .... 


J 


JJ 




72 


Briihl 


B., 14, 2797 




Methylic aery late 


CH 3 :CH.COOMe 


C 4 H 6 2 


80-85 


.... 


.... 


A., 167, 247 




jj jj 


JJ 


JJ 


80-3 




Weger 


A,, 221, 61 


46, 11 


jj jj .... 


.... 


(C 4 H 6 2 ), 


190 (100) 


Liquid 


Kahlbaum 


B., 13, 2348 


40, 250 


Acetic anhydride 


(CH 3 .CO) 2 


C 4 H0 3 


130-135 




Thorpe 


37, 187 




jj ,j 


JJ 


)J 


137-138 




Cahours 


G. J. G, 1873 




jj ,, 


JJ 


1J 


136-138 




Gall and Etard 


C. E., 82, 457 


29, 899 


jj ^ 


)J 


J 


137 


.... 


Boughton 


J., 18, 300 




ji jj 





J) 


137 


.... 


Gal 


C. E., 56, 360 


vi., 23 


jj jj .... 


I) 


JJ 


137-8 (757) 


.... 


Kopp 


A., 96 




jj jj .... 


)I 


JI 


137-5 (750) 


Liquid 


Gerhardt 


J., 5, 451 


i., 20 


Methylic pyroracemate (pyru- 


CH 3 .CO.COOMe 


JJ 


134-137 


.... 


Oppenheim 


B., 5, 1051 


26, 377 ; vii., 


vate) 














1034 


Propionyl formic acid 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CO.COOH 


)j 


74-78 (25) 


1. 15 


Claisen and Moritz 


B., 13, 2121 


7, 694; 40, 154 


Acetyl acetic acid 


CH 3 .CO.CH 2 .COOH 


JJ 


d. b. 100 


Liquid 


Cereaole 


B., 15, 1327, 1873 




Oxypropylene carboxylic 


O.CHMe.CH.COOH 


JJ 




84 


Melikoff 


B., 16, 1268 


44,969 


acid 


i i 
















Hydroxytetrolic acid 


* 


)) 


.... 


111 


Demar9ay 


B. S. [2], 33, 575 


40, 256 


Epicyanhydrin carboxylic 


O.CHjICH.CHj.COOH 


J) 




225 


Pazschke 


J. p. [2], 1, 100 


vii., 466 


acid 


1 ' 














Dimethylic oxalate 


COOMe.COOMe 


C 4 H 6 4 


1G1 


51 


Dumas and Peligot 


A. C. [2], 58, 44 


iv., 272 



114 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dimethylic oxalate 


COOMe.COOMe 


C 4 H 6 4 


163*5 




Kopp 


A., 32, 49; 64, 31 


3 


* 





) 


164'2 (760) 


50-51 


Eegnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 




Jr 


) 


j> 


163*5 




Delffs 


G. J. C., 1854 




j 


n 


T 


163-3 




Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


Ethylic oxalate 


COOH.COOEt 


>' 


117 (15) 


Liquid 


Anschiitz 


B., 16, 2413 


46, 296 


Ethylene glycol diformin . 


CH^O.CHO).CH 2 (O.CHO) 


5> 


174 


Liquid 


Henninger 


B., 7, 263; B. S., 
















22, 104 




Isosnccinic acid 


CH 3 .CH(COOH) 2 


> 




130 


Wichelhaus 


Z. C. [2], 3, 247 


vi., 1041 


.... .. 


> 


Jl 


.... 


130 


Ziiblin 


B., 12, 1112 




Succinic acid 


COOH.CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH 


,, 


.... 


170-180 


Wichelhaus 


Z. C. [2], 3, 247 


vi., 1041 


>* *1 " " 








235 d. 


180 


.... 


.... 


v., 455 










180 


Bischoff 


B., 15, 1110 


42 1 1 88 










180 


Harrow 


33, 435 


^* l ) 1 lOO 


l It " 





! 


.... 


180 


Brunner and Bran 


B., 9, 983 


30,400 












deuburg 






jj t T .... .... 


? 


) 




180 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 1286 


34,4 










abt. 180 


Coppola 


G. I. 10 9 


OQ QQO 


> yt .... .... .. 






V 




180 


Purdie 


39, 351 


oO, ooa 


JJ f) .... 





)> 


.... 


180 


Schmidt 


G. J. C., 1860 




,) 


> 


)J 


235 


180-5 


Carius 


G. J. C., 1867 







J 







180 


Urech 


G. J. C., 1880 




Glycollic anhydride 


(HO.CH 3 .CO) 2 O 


C 4 H 6 5 




128-130 


Fahlberg 


A., 127, 154; J.p 


vii., 570; 27, 














[2], 7, 336 


143 


Malic acid 


COOH.CH(OH).CH 2 .COOH 





.... 


83 


Pelouze 


.... 


iii., 789 


n 


rt 


)J 




100 


Schroder 


G. J. G, 1879 




y *t * 





?> 


.... 


100 


Pasteur 


A. C. [3], 34, 146 


iii., 789 


IT .... 










100 


Tanatar 


B., 13, 159 


38, 375 


(inactive) 





>j 




105-108 


Pictet 


B., 14, 2648 


42, 389 


n -n 










112-115 




A., 82, 330; 117 
















126 




Yt > >J 








.... 


133 


.... 


A., 130, 24; 174 
















368 




T> n 










130-135 


Bischoff 


A., 214, 44 


44,45 


j j *) .... .... 


w 


J 


.... 


132-136 


Lloyd 


A., 192, 80 


34, 785 


laomalic acid 


COOH.CMe(OH).COOH 






7 /Q 


. 




iTi 'T'^Q 






J> 




-/4*' 


Jvammerer 


A., 139, 257 


vi. j /oy 








dl fiA 


i . 1 


~i i .. 


T r ~i 


on fin'? 




)i 





. LbO 


begins 100 

1 Af\ 


fecnmoger 


J. p. [2], 14, 77 


ou, ou / 

An Af\ 


Diglycollic acid 



COOH.CH 2 .O.CH 2 .COOH 


> 
J> 


250-270 


140 

148 



Wurtz 


J. p. [2], 24, 38 


**&, 40 
ii., 913 


it 
Methyltartronic acid 


CH 2 (OH).CH(COOH) 2 or 


> 

> 


250 p. d. 


148 
178 d. 


Heintz 
Bottinger 


A., 128, 129 
B., 14, 148 


vi., 641 
40, 254 




CH 3 .C(OH)(COOH)., 














(?) acid 




>J 




155-168 




A., 216, 276 




Tartaric acid (dextrorotary) 


CXX)H(CH.OH) 2 .COOH 


C 4 H 6 6 




135 


Schiff 


G. J. C., 1860 




Mesotartaric acid 
Tartaric acid 





) 




140 


Dessaignes 


B. S., 1, 34 


v., 688 










.... 


170-180 






v., 675 


Racemic acid 


)) 


) 


.... 


198 


Stsedel 


B., 11, 1752 


36, 223 


Ethylvinyl oxide 
Methylallyl oxide 




CH 3 :CH.O.Et 
CH 3 .O.CH.,.CH:CH S 


C 4 H 8 

) 


35-5 
46 


201 
Liquid 
Liquid 


>j 
Wislicenus 
lenry 


J> 

A., 192, 106 
B., 5, 455 


N 

34,776 
vii., 50 ; 25, 
















687 


Isobutylene oxide 


Me 2 C.CH 2 .O 





51-52 


lyiquid 


Eltekoff 


J. E. [1884], 355 


44,567 


Butylene oxide 


MeCH.CHMe.O 


1 


56-57 


1/iquid 


ti 


B., 16, 398 


it 


Crotyl alcohol 
Ethyl-vinyl alcohol 
Methylethylketone 


CH 3 .CO.C 2 H 5 


n 

i 

) 


117-120 
99 (738) 
77-80 


.... 


Lieben 
Saytzeff 


M. C., 1, 826 
B. S., 12, 282 
Z. C. [2], 7, 104 


32, 868 

vii., 11, 711 


" 


) 


j 


75-77 


.... 


Fittig 


A., 110, 18 


.,31 


)> 





n 


75-80 




jinnemann 


A., 162, 1 


25, 474; vii., 
















219 





T 


j 


77-5-78 




r reund 


J., 13, 312 




*, 


JJ 


H 


7-79 




Jrimni 


A., 157, 258 


4,386 


n .... 


J) 


)* 


9-82 


.... 


Ceresole 


B., 15, 1874 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



145 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methylethylketone 


CH a .CO.C 2 H 5 


C 4 H 8 


79-5-81 




Popoff 


J., 20, 399 


44, 990 





)j 


)* 


80 


.... 


Kanonikoff and 


A., 175, 374 


28, 627 












Saytzeff 






,, 





J) 


80 




Wagner 


B. S. [2], 25, 396 


30, 395 


) " 


j 


J 


79-8-1 




Demole 


B., 11, 1710 


36, 220 





11 





81 




Frankland & Duppa 


J., 18, 309 


vi., 767 





T 


> 


80-85 




Kramer & Grodzki 


B., 9, 1920 


32, 291 


Isobutyric aldehyde 


CHMe^OHO 


> 


60-62 c. 


Liquid 


Linnemann & Zotta 


A., 162, 36 


25, 475 ; vii., 
















228 


> 








62 


.... 


Pierre and Puehot 


A. C. [4], 22, 332: 
















Z. C., 13, 255 







J< 


> 


61 





Pfeiffer 


B. 5, 699 


vii., 228; 26, 
















1001 





) 


J 


60-64 


.... 


Lossen 


A., 214, 154 




,, 


) 


M 


61-62 


.... 


Barbaglia 


B., 5, 1052 


26, 379 





5- 





6&-62- 




Perkin 




43,91 


,, j, 





> 


63-64 c. 


.... 





.... 


45, 476 





i) 


u 


60-62 




Renard 


A. C. [6], 1, 223 


46, 844 





J> 


) 


63 (741) 




Fossek 


M. C. [4], 660 


46,37 


., 


> 





62 




Urech 


B., 12, 1744 




ji " 


j) 


)) 


65-70 




Tilden 


B., 13, 1604 







JI 


(C 4 H 9 0).. 


145-155 


Liquid 


Pfeiffer 


B., 5, 700 


vii., 228; 25, 
















1001 


Butyric aldehyde 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CHj.CHO 


0^,0 


68-75 


Liquid 


Guckelberger 


A., 64, 52 


i., 690 





)> 





73-74 




Michaelson 


A., 133, 184 


vi., 380 


n ) 





)J 


70-78 







A., 133, 182 








)) 


)) 


73-77 




Pierre and Puehot 


C. R., 70, 434 





) 


n 


J 


dbt. 75 


.... 


Lieben and Rossi 


A., 158, 148 


24, 517; vii., 
















214 


Butyral 


.... 


) 


95 (75 ?) 


Liquid 


Chancel. 


A. C. [3], 12,416 


i., 689 


Isopropylic formate 


H.COO 


C 4 H 8 Q 2 


65-67 (44-7) 


.... 


Silva 


B. S. [2], 17, 97 


vii., 1016 ; 26, 
















367 


Propylic formate 


H.COO.Pr 


) 


82 


.... 


Chancel 


C. R., 68 


vi., 964 


, ? 


B 


)r 


81 




Schumann 


G J. C., 1881 




> 





)) 


82-5-83 




Pierre and iPuchot 


C. R., 66, 302; 


vi., 964 














A. C. [4], 22, 288 




* 


i 


)i 


82:7. 




11 is 


C. R., 75, 1594 ; 


26, 260 














Z. C., 12, 660 







5J 


i 


81 




Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44,967 


)> 


J 


> 


80-5-81.-5c. 




Perkin 




45, 491 


,, ,, 








86-1 ; 




Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2463 


44,276 








267-4 c. t. 










Ethylic acetate 


CH 3 .COOEt 


n 


72-74 


.... 


Zeidler 


A., 187, 30 


32,437 





)> 


)i 


73 




Pierre and Puehot 


A. C. [4], 22, 261 ; 


26, 260 














C. R., 75, 1594 




> 


)> 





74-3 (760) 


.... 


Kopp 


P. A., 72 


i., 21 





> 


)> 


76 


Liquid . 


Perkin and Hodg- 


37, 487 














kinson 






, f ,, 


J) 


n 


77 


.... 


Linnemann 


A.,160,209;162,39 


vii., 203 


,, ., 


M 





71 


.... 


Thenard 


P. A., 72 




,, 


TJ 


> 


74 


.... 


Dumas and Boullay 


P. A., 12, 430 




,, ,, 





)j 


74-14: 


.... 


Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213; 
















P. A., 76, 458 




,, ,, 





> 


74-6 




Andrews 


J., 1, 89 




v j .... .... 








77-1 




Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44,967 


,, 


)> 





77-5 




Becker 


J., 5, 563 




,, 








77-5 c. 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 492 





j 





83 




Gossmann 


J., 5, 563 




) 


> 


) 


78-78-5 


.... 


Marsson 


J., 6, 501 




)> u .... .... 





? 


74 (756) 




Delffs 


J., 7, 26 




i, 








74 




Leblanc 


A. C. [3], 10, 198 




,, 


n 


> 


77-1 (760) 


.... 


Schumann 


W., 12 





146 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Sec. 


Ethylic acetate 

) 
Methylic propionate 

j> 

,, ,, 

.... .... 



Isobutyrie acid 

" 
j> i> " " 


> 
,, > 
** 
,, ,, 
i) * 
,, ,> 
,, , 
> - " 
> " 

> )> " 

>* 
ii 

M 

Butyric acid 


CH 3 .COOEt 




CH 3 .CH 2 .COOMe 
t> 




CHMeyCOOH 


)> 

)> 

1> 

)> 

> 
J 
> 
)> 

)> 

> 

) 

CH3.CH2.CHj.COOH 


> 
JJ 
J> 

M 

5> 


> 
> 

n 

> 

> 

is 

>j 


n 
For tension table 

CH 3 .CH(OH).CIL,CHO 



See C 8 H 16 4 


C 4 H 8 2 

)) 
)) 
)) 
)J 
1 
)) 
) 


N 



) 
)) 
) 

)) 


I> 
> 
> 
)1 



)j 


)) 
> 
I) 
) 
i) 

Jj 
> 
)> 

)) 

5 
) 
) 
) 
)> 


)) 
)) 
) 

)1 
)) 
)) 
) 
) 
)> 
)J 

(C 4 H 8 2 ) n 


74-3 

75 ; 256-5 c. t 
239-8 c. t. 
77-81 
79-5 
79-9 
79-9 
80; 262-7 c.t 
153-154 c. ; 
153-153-5 c 
68 (45) 
149-151 u. c. 
(716) 
151-153 
153-2 
153-5-154-5 
150-158 
152-157 
150-160 
153-155 
154-11 c. 
154-155 
755-5 (760) 

156 
157 (760) 
155-160 
155-160 

157-160 (716) 

161-163 c. 

100 (82-84) 
162-32 

163-32 c. 
162-63 
163 

162 
163 (742) 
163-2 (749) 
162-164 
156-163 
163-164 
164 
161-5-162-5 
abt. 164 
164 
165 
165 

204-5-206-5 

110 
110 
90-105 (20) 
90 (20) ; 135 
(760) d. 
170(15); 280 
(760) 


b. 20 

60-5 
Liquid 

s. f. m. 


12 


Liquid 
Viscid 

Liquid 


Schiff 
Pawlewski 
Sajotschewsky 

Kahlbaum 
Schumann 
Elsasaer 
Pawlewski 
Perkin 

Moritz 
Griiuzweig 

Balbiano 
Briihl 
Markownikoff 
Hodgkinson 
) 

Eenard 
Linnemann & Zotta 
Hell & Waldbauer 
Pierre and Puchot 

Delffs 
Kopp 
Kachler 
Loir 
Gottlieb 
Griinzweig 
Reichardt 
Perkin 
Moritz 
Linnemann & Zotta 

Linnemann 

3) 

Pierre 

Landolt 
Rossi 
Liebin and Rossi 
Cahours & Demarfay 
Lessen 
Vincent 
Pelouze and Gelis 
Bruhl 
Pierre and Puchot 
Person 
Bulk 
Cah ours &Demarfay 
Baeyer 
Lossen 

Wurtz and Bauer 
Bauer 
Wurtz 

jj 




G. J. C., 1881 
B., 15, 2463 
W. B. [1879], 741 
M. C., 2, 681 
B., 12, 344 

A., 218, 302 
B., 15, 2463 

A., 162, 193 

G. I., 8, 371 
A., 200, 180 
A., 138, 361 

A. C. [6], 1, 223 
A., 162, 9 
B., 10, 448 
A. C. [4], 28, 366; 
C. R., 75, 1006 
A., 92, 277 
P. A., 72 
A., 159, 281 
A. C. [5], 18, 125 
J. p. [2], 12, 1 
A., 162, 203 
A. P. [3], 10, 339 

A., 161, 175 

A., 160, 228 
A. C. [4], 27, 268 
C. R., 27, 213; 
P. A., 76, 458 
P. A., 117, 353 
G. I., 1, 230 
A., 158, 137 
C. R., 90, 156 
A., 214, 154 
B. S. [2], 31, 156 
P. A., 59, 625 
A., 203, 19 
A. C. [4], 28, 363 
J., 1, 91 
A., 139, 66 
C. R., 89, 331 
B., 10, 1286 
A., 214, 154 
See Part III. 
R.C.p.[1860],244 
R.C. p. [1868], 294 
C. R., 74, 1165 
C. R., 74, 1361; 
92, 1438 
C. R., 97, 1525 


44,276 
45, 138 

36, 521 
44, 990 

44, 967 
44, 276 
46,487 

39, 14 
vli., 226 ; 
26, 374 
36, 615 
38, 296 
vi., 378 
33, 500 
33, 498 
33, 501 
46, 844 
vil.,226;26,475 
32, 313 
26,55,616; 
vii., 226 
vii., 226 
i., 692 
24, 1049 
38,31 
29, 562 
26,373; vii.,226 
32, 518 
45, 483 
39, 17 
25, 402 ; 
vii., 203, 225 

24, 1032 
24,516; vii., 214 
38, 540 

36, 612 
vi., 378 

26, 616 

36, 1036 
34,4 

ii., 575 
vi., 76 
vii., 38 
25, 808 

46, 579 






... .... .... 
j> .... .... 

j 
> 


J> .... .... 



























Acraldehyde 




Aldol 






Pavaldol 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



147 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Metaldehyde ... 


CHMelOjICHMe 


C,H 8 O 2 


Sublimes 


Infusible 


Kekule and Zincke 


A., 162, 141 


vii., 32 


Dioxethylene .... .... 




4 S3* 


102 


Cryst. 9 


Wurtz 


J., 15, 423 


ii., 580 


Ethylene ethylidene oxide ... 


C 2 H 4 O.C 2 H 4 O 





82-5 


Liquid 


11 


A., 120, 328 


11 


Butin^lycol 


C,H A (OH), 




199-200 


Liquid 


Hennieer 


B., 5, 1059 ; 6, 71 






4"^6\ ~^^/2 








O 






Methylic ethylic carbonate ... 


CO(OMe)(OEt) 


C 4 H 3 3 


104 (730) 


.... 


Schreiner 


J. p. [2], 22, 354 


40,88 


11 11 ii 


5) 





109-2 c. 




Rose 


A., 205, 245 


40, 252 


Ethylic methylie 


CO(OEt)(OMe) 





115-5(730-1) 




Schreiner 


J. p. [2], 22, 355 


40,88 


Methylic methylglycollate ... 


CH 2 (OMe).COOMe 





127 


.... 


Folsing 


B. 17, 486 


46, 897 


11 11 








132-5 




Schreiner 


B., 12, 179 


36, 522 


11 11 








134-5 


.... 


11 


J. p. [2], 22, 353 


40,88 


Ethylic glycollate 


CH 2 (OH).COOEt 


11 


150 


.... 


Fahlberg 


J. p. [2], 7, 340 


vii., 570; 27, 143 


11 11 





11 


160 


.... 


Schreiner 


B., 12,179; A., 197 


36, 522 














12 




Ethyl glycollic acid 


CH 2 .(OEt).COOH 





199 


.... 


11 


11 


11 


11 11 11 








abt. 200 


Liquid 


Heintz 


P. A., 109, 489 


ii., 916 


11 11 ii . 





M 


206-207 


.... 


Henry 


B. 2, 276 




Methylic lactate 


CH 3 .CH(OH)COOMe 





144-8 




Schreiner 


B.,12,179; A.,197, 


36, 522 















12 




n-Hydroxybutyric acid 


CH a .CH 2 .CH(OH).COOH 





.... 


42-43 


Claisen and Moritz 


B., 13, 2121 


37, 695 


ii n 








225 d. 


43-44 


Markownikoff 


A., 153, 242 


vii., 884 


a- 








.... 


Easily 


Kaschirski 


C. C. [1881], 278 


42,37 


11 11 








255-260 d. 


s. b. 60-70 


Richter 


Tabellen 




3- ii 11 


CH 3 .CH(OH).CH 2 .COOH 


,, 




Liquid 




A., 149, 205; 153, 
















237 




y- 11 11 


CH20H.CH2.CHj.COOH 





.... 


Liquid 


Saytzeff 


J. p. [2], 25, 61 


42, 497 


a-Hydroxyisobutyric acid ... 


CMe 2 (OH).COOH 





.... 


65 


Haitinger 


M. C., 2, 288 


40, 1115 


11 11 


J) 







75-7 


11 





11 


11 1! 








212 


75-7 


Frankland & Duppa 


P. R.S. 


iv., 275 


11 11 








.... 


78 


Tiemann and Fried- 


B., 14, 1973 


42,56 












lander 






11 11 








.... 


76-77 


Pinner 


B., 15, 591 


42,942 


11 11 










78-79 


Meyer 


B., 11, 1789 




11 11 


ii 





.... 


79 


Willgerodt 


B., 15, 2309 




11 11 








sb. 74 


79 


Markownikoff 


A., 146, 339 


vi., 29 


11 11 








sb. 50 


79 


11 


A., 153, 228 


vii., 884 


. 11 11 








.... 


79-3 c. 


Balbiano 


G. I., 8, 371 


36, 615 


11 11 








sb. b. 100 


80 


Markownikoff 


A.. 138, 361 


vi., 379 


11 11 








.... 


80 


Hell & Waldbauer 


B., 10, 448 


32, 313 


11 11 










80 


Kaschirski 


C. C. [1881], 278 


42, 37 


Methoxyacetoxy methane .... 


CH 2 (OMe)(OAc) 





117-118 


.... 


Friedel 


C. R., 84, 247; B., 


32, 424 














10, 492 




Ethylene monacetate 


HO.CH 2 .CH 2 .OAc 





181-182 


.... 


Atkinson 


P.M. [4], 16, 433; 


ii., 566 














A., 109, 232 




Dambonite 


.... 





sb. 200-210 


190 


Girard 


C. R., 77, 820 


vi., 541 










205 




C. R., 77, 995 


27, 170 


Glycerin monofonnin 


.... 


C 4 H 8 4 


165 i. v. 




11 


B. S., 11, 395 




Diethyl oxide ... 


Et 2 O 


C H O 


20 (433) 




Brown 




39, 209 






n 




]. 50 


Thenard 


B., 10, 830 


32, 425 








11 




1.-99 


Mitschell 


11 


11 








11 


.... 


1. 99 


Franchimont 


11 


11 








n 


34-5 


.... 


Ramsay 


35, 469 










11 


34-5 




Regnault 


M. A. S., 26, 658 










11 


34 


.... 


Dumas and Boullay 


A. C. [2], 36, 294 


ii., 537 








11 


.... 


s. 31 


Fourcroy and Vaii- 


.... 


32, 425 












quelin 












34'8 (760) 




M^ain 


G. J. C., 1877 








11 


35 '6 (760) 


31 


GJay-Lussac 




ii., 539 






11 


















35 




Pictet 


P. M. [51, 1, 477 


31, 163 




, 


11 


35-5 




Naumann 


L JJ J ' 

B., 7, 206 


27, 563 






11 


34'9 




Kopp 


P. A., 72 








11 


















34-97 (760) 




Re fr nault 


G. J. C., 1862 






" 


n 













u 2 



148 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diethyl oxide.. . .... ... 


Et.,0 


n 
> 

> 
> 
> 
EtjO+SHjO 
CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .O:CH 3 
CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CH a OH 

If 
J 

j 
> 

> 
I 

> 
J> 

M 



CHMej-CHjOH 

)J 


n 


- 
w 

t> 

-n 
> 
)> 
}> 



> 
> 
Jjl 

> 
)> 

If 

> 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH(OH).CH S 
> 




> 


C,H 10 

)) 

)) 


)) 




1 
jj 

i 
H 


)) 

IT 


) 
'T 
> 
IJ 

> 


)> 
)> 
J 

11 
) 
)) 
) 

n 

(?) 
*) 
> 

j 


n 
> 


)j 


j 
> 
) 
>i 
>i 
i 

H 




35-5 

34-9 
35-6 
35 
34-6 c. 

190 c. t. 
195-5 c. t. 

49-52 
122 
116-117 
117-5-120; 
56 (50) 
116-96 c. 
116-88 
116-88 
114-116 
110 
109 
115-117-2 
116 
115-116 (758) 
116 (740) 
113-117 
115 
108-5 
109 
109 
109 
108-109 
107-109 
108-109 
108-39 
107 
108-109 
108-109 
108 
108 
108 
108 
107-109 
107-5 
107-5 
106-109 
108 
107 
107-6-108-3c. 
105-110 

106-107 
105-110 
106-9 
106-107 
103-105 
99 
99 
99 (739) 
98-100 

98-5-99 


117-4 
s. 3-5 

I. 22 

viscid 17 
Liquid 

Liquid 


Pierre 

Andrews 
Person 
Delffs 
Perkin 
Olzewski 
Sajotschewsky 
Ramsay 
Tanret 
Chancel 
Wislicenus 
Fitz 
Lieben and Ziesel 

Linnemann 

H 




Wurtz 


Lessen 
Pagliani 
Saytzeff 
Lieben and Eossi 

!) 


Chapman & Smith 
Lieben and Eossi 
Eabateau 
Eegnault & Hardy 
Gladstone & Tribe 
Lessen 
Linnemann 


Cahours 
Etard 
Hofmann & Eeimer 
Eeimer 
Schorlemmer 
Munch 
Demarcay 
Pierre and Puchot 


Krsemer 
Schmidt 
Bertoni and Trufti 
Perkin 
Linnemann & Zotta 


Fittig 

Eabateau 
Griinzweig 
Erlenmeyer & Hill 
Lieben and Bauer 
Lieben and Eossi 
Lieben 
Kanonnikoff and 
Saytzeff 
Nevolo 


C. E., 27, 213 ; 
P. A., 76, 458 
J., 1, 89 
J., 1, 91 
J., 7, 26 

M. C., 5, 127 
W. B. [1879], 741 

(?) 
C. E., 86, 765 
A., 151, 305 
A., 219, 307 
B., 9, 1350 
W. A., 82, 960 

A., 161, 190 


A., 162, 39 
A., 161, 178 
C. E., 35, 210 
A., 93, 107 
A., 214, 154 
G. I., 8, 1 
Z. C., 13, 108 
A., 158, 137 

J) 

C. E., 68, 1561 
22, 153 
A., 158, 137 
C. E., 87, 501 
J. P. [4], 30, 405 
39, 6 
A., 214, 154 
A. C. [4], 27, 268 
A., 140, 195 
A., 162, 12 
C. E., 77, 1403 
C. E., 86, 488 
B., 3, 756 
Z. C. [2], 7, 26 

A., 180, 327 
C. E., 77, 360 
J., 21, 434 

n 

B., 7, 252 
B., 7, 1362 
G. I., 14, 23 

A., 162, 3 

A., 162, 7 
B., 10, 515 
C. E., 87, 501 
A., 162, 193 
A., 160, 257 

(?) 
A., 158, 137 
A., 150, 114 
A., 175, 374 

C. R, 85, 514 


45, 474 
46, 816 
46, 138 

?> 
34, 565 
vi., 964 
44, 967 

40, 710 
25,396;vii.,215 

n 

vii., 203 
25, 395 

v., 733 

34,654 

24, 519 
vii., 215 
vi., 372 
vi., 373 
24, 523 
36, 36 
38, 456 

vii., 217 
25, 476 
27, 348 
34, 393 
vii., 222 
24, 121 
27, 1030 
30,68 
26, 1227 

46, 1110 
45, 468 
25, 475; vii., 
217 
25, 475 
32, 429 
36, 36 
26, 374 
25, 242 
vi., 374 
24, 523 

28, 626 
32, 868 






,, 








(hydrate) 
Methylpropyl oxide 
Butyl alcohol 





























Isobutyl alcohol 



Jt T 
W " 
n Jt 

w n 

(inactive) .... 

if rr " 
n * 

> 

>T 
> > " " 
M M 
n 


differentsamples 

n 

w 


* 

> 
> 
l t 
Jt t> 
> *" " 

Butyl 

V 

n 
i 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Butyl alcohol 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH(OH).CH 3 


C 4 H 10 


97-100 


.... 


Saytzeff 


Z.C.,6, 327 ;J. p. 


vii., 219 ; 24, 














[2], 3, 88 


526 


11 








96-99 




Ressel 


A., 175, 44 


28, 554 


11 


11 


11 


96-99 




Wagner 


B. S. [2], 25, 396 


30, 395 


,1 V 





11 


96-98 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


27, 1030 


vii., 868 


1, ,, 


11 


J> 


95-98 




De Luynes 


A., 128, 330; 132, 


v., 734 ; vi., 














274 ; A. C. [4], 


374 















2,424 




,1 11 





>1 


abt. 95 




Wurtz 


Z. C. [2], 5, 407 


vi., 377 





CMe 3 OH 





82-85 


Solid 


Freund 


J. p. [2], 12, 25 


29, 543 


11 


)) 


)) 


81-85 


2 


Linnemann 


A., .162, 12 


25, 477 ; vii.. 
















222 


v 





U 


82-94 c. 


23-24 





Jt 


JJ 


t 


> 





80-85 


4 





1) 


26, 476 


11 


11 


11 


80-5-83 


s. 16 


> 





25, 477 


11 V 








b. 82 


15 





1J 


25, 476 


1> 


)) 


1) 


83 (760) 




Pawlewski 


B., 15, 3034 


44, 565 


11 1 


) 


> 


83 


.... 


Longuinine 


B. S. [2], 36, 307 


42, 356 


11 


)t 


) 


81-5-82 c. 


.... 


Perkin 




46, 468 


)1 1 


J 


J 


82-5-83 (745) 


29 


Briihl 


A., 203, 17 




t 


) 


11 


82 


Solid 


Butlerow 


A., 144, 1 


vi., 374 


> > 


11 


) 


82-5 (750) 


25-25-5 





Z. C. [2], 7, 273 ; 


vii., 221; 24, 














A., 162, 229 


1035; 26, 369 


J t 


J 


1 


82-5 


25-25-5 


Dobbin 


37, 238 




v 


) 


11 


82-82-5 


25-5 


n 
















82 




Liebeu and Rossi 


A., 158, 137 


24, 523 


hydrate .... 


CMe 3 OH + H 2 


H 


80 




Butlerow 


Z. G, 14, 273 




Ethylidene dimethylate 


CH 3 .CH(OMe) 3 


C 4 H 10 2 


65 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A. G. [3], 48, 374 


vi., 4 


(dimethyl acetal) 
















i 


> 


J) 


64-4 


.... 


Alsberg 


J. Z., 1, 154 




j 


11 


)) 


63-2-64-8 




Kramer & Grodzki 


B., 9, 1930 










(760) 













> 


H 


63-64 




Dancer 


17, 222 


iii., 1002 


>? j> 





n 


65 




Bachmann 


A., 218, 38 


44, 727 


j 


J 





64 c. 




Perkin 


MM 


45, 506 


Ethylidene ethylate 


CH 3 .CH(OH)(OEt) 





88-90 


.... 


Renard 


A. C. [5], 16, 289 ; 


38, 24 ; 28, 














C. R., 80, 105 


440 


i> 


)) 


)j 


s. b. 50 




Jacobsen 


B., 4, 215 


vii., 481 


Ethylene ethylate 


OEt.CH 2 .CH 2 .OH 


j 


abt. 130 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A., 108, 84 


ii., 574 





)) 





134u.c.(721'5) 







A.C. [3], 55, 430; 
















B., 9, 745 




Isobutylene glycol 


Me 2 C(OH).CH 3 OH 





176-178 




Nevolo 


C. R.,83, 65, 146 


30, 621 





) 


) 


176-178 




Eltekoff 


J. R. [1882], 355 


44, 567 


ji 


) 


H 


178-5 




Henninger 


C. R., 95, 94 


42, 1249 


Butylene glycol 


C 4 H 8 (OH) 2 


) 


183-184 




Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 56, 412 


v., 739 


i) j, .... .... 


Me.CH(OH).CH(OH)Me 





183-187 




Eltekoff 


J. R. [1882], 355 


44, 567 





CH 3 .CH 2 .CH(OH).CH 2 OH 


)> 


192-193 


.... 


Nevolo 


C. R., 85, 514 


32, 868 





>1 


1) 


191-192 (747) 




Grabowski and 


A., 179, 332 















Saytzeff 






, , .... .... 


CH,.CH(OH).CH 2 .CH 2 OH 


i 


201-203 




Wurtz 


C. R.,76, 1165 


26, 877 ; vii., 39 


,, 





)j 


203-5-204 




Kekul6 


A., 162, 310; 


vii,, 36, 225 ; 














B., 5, 56 


25, 397 





t 


)> 


207-208 (769) 




Wurtz 


C. R,, 97, 473 


46, 169 


Trimethylic orthoformate .... 


CH(COMe), 


C 4 H 10 3 


101-102 




Deutsch 


B., 12, 117 


36, 453 


) 


)i 





102 


.... 


Pinner 


B., 16, 1645 


44, 1089 


Butenyl glycerol 


C 4 H 7 (OH) 3 


j 


172-173 p. d. 


Liquid 


(?) 


M. G, 1, 833 










u. c. (27) 










Diethylene glycol . 


CH 2 OH.CH 2 .O.CH 2 .CH, i OH 


> 


abt. 245 


Liquid 


Lourenjo 


B. S., 1, 77 


ii., 577 





'. 





alt. 350 




Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 67, 279 







) 


?> 


250 


.... 


Demole 


A., 177, 45 


28, 1172 



150 



OEGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Erythrite 

99 .... 

Xanthil 


CH 3 .(OH).CH(OH).CH(OH 
CH.,OH 

!> 11 

C 4 H 3 O.CHO 
n 



> 



> 
C 4 H 2 (OH)(COOH) 

C 4 H 3 O.COOH 

Me.C:CH.CO.O.CO 

i | 


C 4 H 10 4 

C.HaA (?) 
C 6 H 4 
(C 5 H 4 0). 
C S H 4 2 

)J 

)I 
IJ 



J> 

C 6 H 4 3 

J 
)> 
)) 
)> 
J) 

> 


)> 

)) 

>) 
)> 
> 
) 
) 
H 

)> 
)i 

n 

C 6 H 4 4 

) 

C 6 H 6 
QH 6 2 


)) 

)) 

(C 6 H 6 3 ). 
C 6 H 6 3 

) 
J> 
)) 
)) 

C 5 H 6 4 

u 


160 
130 

162 
162 
162 
162 
161-6 
162-8-163-3 
168 

160-180 
171-172 
sb. b. 100 

227-228 
225 

sb. b. 100 

212 d. 

122 (43) 
213-214 c. 
212 
210-215 
139-140 (30) 

810 

63-63-5 
117-119 
121-123 
124-125 

abt. 170-180 

230 

244-9 
244-9 c. 
a. 300 
282-285 p. d. 


112 
120 

80 
98 

Liquid 
Liquid 

120-125 
121-5 
Crystalline 
129 
130 
130 

133 
132-6-134-3 c 

abt. 82 

7 

Liquid 
68 

68 
68-5 
57 

154 

163 
164 
Liquid 

Liquid 
175-176 

206 

Liquid 
Liquid 
56-57 

57 
abt. 70 


Laniy 

Hesse 
Couerbe 
Kolbe and Schmit 

Ramsay 
Cahours 
Hill 

)> 

Fownes 

Stenhouse 


Volckel 

Ihlee 
Ost 
Hirzel 
Boussingault 
Stenhouse 

> 
Schwanert 

Limpricht 

Fittig 

Anschiitz 


Markownikoff 
Morris 
Anschiitz and Petri 

Anschiitz 
Markownikoff 
Conrad & Guthzeit 

Meilly 

Beer 
Meilly 
Atterberg 
Bandrowski 
Briihl 
Senry 

Limpricht 
Bolas and Francis 

Roser 

l^bedeef 
Vlarkownikoff 

Markownikoff 
3eer 

S warts 


A. C. [3], 35, 13 
A., 117, 327 

A., 119, 169 
A., 134, 61 
35, 469 
J., 1,733 
B., 10, 937 
A. C. J., 3, 33 
P. T. [1845], 253 
A., 156, 197 
P. M. [3], 18, 122 
37, 226 
J., 5, 652 
A., 74, 284 

A., 188, 31 
J. p. [2], 19, 181 
G. J. C., 1866 
G. J. G, 1835 
P. E. S., 20, 80 ; 
C. N., 24, 303 

i> 
A., 116, 257 

A., 165, 298 

A., 187, 42 

B., 14, 2788 
B., 13, 1542 
A., 188, 64 
B., 13, 1845 
37, 12 
B., 13, 1540 

B., 13, 1542 
B., 13, 1845 
B., 17, 1185 

B., 6, 242 

A., 216, 91 
A., 171, 153 
B., 13, 879 
B., 15, 2701 
A., 200, 139 
B., 6, 729 

A., 165, 253 
22, 417 
B., 15, 293 
A., 66, 77 

B. S. [2], 25, 395 
A., 182, 329 

B. S. [2], 28, 349 
A., 216, 85 
J. [1867], 474 


11., 504 


iv.,324; vi.,505 

32, 747 
42, 296 
"., 752 


li., 752 

iv., 761 
34,34 
36, 708 

iv., 763 
vii., 535, 1033 ; 
25, 298 

!) 

vii., 535 ; 25, 
298 
vii., 1032 ; 26, 
626 
32, 736 

42, 829 

40, 155 
40, 35 

40, 155 
46, 992 

vii., 22 ; 26, 
875 
44, 458 
27, 788 
38, 663 
44, 314 
38, 296 
vii., 1008 ; 86, 

lisa 

26, 626 
vi., 391 

30, 287 
31, 61 
v., 774 
34, 30 

44, 458 
vi., 760 


Pseonin 
Polyfurfurol 


Furfurol 




>i .... .... ... 








Fucusol . . 


Pyromeconic acid 

> 
j3-Pyromucic acid 

0- >, 
#- ,, 

- >. ,, 
"- .. 

Isopyromucic acid 

Citraconic anhydride 


>i 

ji 
> 
Itaconic 

,, 

Trimethylene dicarboxylic 
anhydride 

Acouic acid .... 


H 



!) 

CH 8 :C.CO.O.CO.CH 2 


)) 

/CH.OX 
CH / | V> 
N CH.CO / 

CO.O.CH:C.CH 2 .COOH 




1 

C 4 H 3 O.Me " 
CHiC.COOEt 
CHiO.CH 3 .OAc 



Me.CH.CO.O.CO.CHj 




Sylvane 


Ethylie propargylate 
Propargylic acetate 


Furfuryl alcohol 
Oxycannabin 


(?) acid 


Pyrotartaric anhydride 
i, .... 

1! 1) 
>! 
I ), 

Paraconic acid 

V 


) 
J> 

CH 2 .CH, ! .CO.O.CO.CH,. 
i j ! 


CO.O.C 3 H 5 .COOH 
i> 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



151 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point, 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


.Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Citraconic acid 


Me.C(COOH) : CH.COOH 


C 6 H 6 4 




80 


Gottlieb 


G. J. C., 1852 


1., 992 


^ jj .... 


JJ 


JJ 




80 


Morawski 


J. p. [2], 11, 430 


28, 1253 





JJ 





.... 


88-89 


Barbaglia 


B., 7, 466 




Crotaconic acid 


C 3 H 4 (COOH) 2 


JJ 


.... 


abt. 119 


Glaus 


B., 10, 822 


32, 593 


jj jj 





JJ 


.... 


119 





A., 191, 74 


34,856 


Glutonic acid 


COOH-CH^CH : CH.COOH 






133 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 15, 2843 


44, 312 




CH 2 :C 2 H 2 (COOH) 2 


JJ 




139 


Fittig and Eoeder 


B., 16, 372 


44, 730 


Trimethylene dicarboxylic 


CH 2 .CH 2 .C(COOH) 2 


JJ 




140-141 


Perkin 


B., 17, 54 


46, 832 




i i 














acid 



















CH 2 .CH(COOH).CH(COOH 


JJ 




137 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 17, 1185 


46, 992 




i i 














Lipic acid 








Notb. 


Laurent 


A. C., 66, 169 


ill., 704 






JJ 




140-145 
















150 


Wirz 


A., 105, 257 




Itaconic acid .... .... ... 




" 




161 






111., 435 






JJ 




161-162 


Anschiitz 


B., 13, 1542 








" 




162-163 


M^arkownikoff 


B., 13, 1845 








" 




160-161 


Barbaglia 


B., 7, 466 








" 




160 


Glaus and Lisclike 


B., 14, 1092 








" 




161 


Fittig 


G. J. C., 1877 








" 




161162 


.A-Hscliiitz and P0tr 


B. 13 1540 






.... 


JJ 












Mesaconic acid 




JJ 


.... 


202 


S warts 


G. J. C., 1868 







.... 







202 


Barbaglia 


B., 7, 466 







.... 





.... 


200 






Hi., 928 










.... 


200-5 


Aarland 


J. p. [2], 6, 256 


26, 377 


,, ,, 







.... 


202 


Morawski 


J. p. [2], 11, 430 


28, 1254 





.... 


J) 




201-203 


Bottinger 


A., 188, 293 


34, 32 





.... 


,, 




208 


Gottlieb 


G. J. C., 1852 


26, 377 


Ethenyltricarboxylic acid ... 


COOH.CH 2 .CH(COOH) 2 


C 6 H 6 6 


.... 


158 


Bischoff 


B., 13, 2162 ; 15, 


40, 156 














1109 




- 





JJ 


.... 


159 





A., 214, 40 


44,45 


,, ), - 


JJ 


JJ 




159 


Conrad 


B., 12, 752 


36, 707 


Ethylpropargyloxide 


CHiC.CH 2 .OEt 


C 5 H 8 


72 


Liquid 


Liebermann 


A., 135, 284 


vi., 98, 958 











80 


Liquid 


Liebermann and 


A., 158, 230 


vii., 1007 












Kretschner 









H 





81-85 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 5, 275, 570 


vii., 1007 ; 26, 
















480, 807 











82-84 


... 


Briihl 


A, 200, 139 


38, 296 


Tiglic aldehyde (guajol) 


CH 3 .CH:CMe.CHO 





118 


Liquid 


Deville 


C. E., 17, 1143 ; 


ii., 945 














19, 134 




jj .... 


5, 


1) 


118-121 


.... 


Herzig 


M. G, 3, 118 


42,594 


? ketone 


.... 


JJ 


129-131 


.... 


Claisen 


B., 8, 1258 


32,291 


j, 


.... 


1) 


129-131 


.... 


Pinner 


B., 15, 594 




? 




H 


202-207 


.... 


.... 


A., 217, 137 




Ethylic acrylate 


CH 2 :CH.COOEt 


C 6 H 8 2 


98-5 




Weger 


A., 221, 161 


46, 11 


" 


.. 


JJ 


101-102; 


Liquid 


Caspary & Tollens 


B.S.,20,368;B., 


vii., 27 ; 25, 








100-101 






5, 560 


814 


Allylic acetate 


CH 2 H:CH.C 2 .OAc 


n 


98-100 




Cahours&Hofmann 


A., 102, 295 


i., 21 





JJ 


jj 


103-104(734 




BrUhl 


A., 200, 179 


38, 296 


,, 


JJ 


jj 


97-100 


.... 


Hofmann& Cahours 


J., 9, 585 




!> J, 


JJ 


jj 


105 




Zinin 


J., 8, 618 




Methylic o-crotonate 


CH 3 .CH:CH.COOMe 


jj 


1207 




Kahlbaum 


B., 12, 344 


36, 521 


From pyrotartaric chloride ... 




jj 


203-205 


Liquid 


Hjelt 


B., 16, 2624 


46, 297 


Valerolacton e . . . . 


Me.CH.CH 2 .CH .CO.O 






I T Q 


TXT IflP 


A OAQ 1 A 1 


An rtf 




i 2 ' i 


jj 


206 


1. Ib 


Worn 


A.., zUo, 1U4 


4tfj ob 







jj 


206-207 


Liquid 


Fittig 


B., 13, 955 


38, 799 


)! 


M 


jj 


206-207 


I. 18 


Messerschmidt 


A., 208, 92 


42,35 


J) 


5) 


jj 


207 c. 


1.-18 


Hjelt 


B., 15, 629 


42, 948 





CHM6...CH.CO.O 
i 1 


jj 


260 d. 


121-122 


Demarcay 


C. E., 82, 449 


30, 507 


Valerolactide .... 










. 


A1 no 110 


nft 1 /I A 






jj 


220-240 


136 


Schmidt & bachtle- 


., I;M, llo 


38, 140 












ben 






Allylacetic acid 


CH 2 : CH.CHj.CH. COOH 


jj 


182 


Liquid 


Zeidler 


B., 8, 1035 


29, 368 



152 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Allylacetic acid 


CH, : CH.CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH 


C 6 H 9 3 


182 


.... 


Zeidler 


A., 187, 39 


32, 437 


11 11 " 








184 


.... 


Conrad & Bischoff 


B., 13, 595 


38, 628 











187-189 


1.-18 


Messerschmidt 


A., 208, 92 


42, 35 


Tetramethylene carboxylic 


CH 2 :(CH 2 ) 2 :cH:cooH 





193-195 


Liquid 


Perkin 


B., 16, 1795 


44, 1084 


acid 
















Propylidene acetic acid 
Angelic acid 


CHEt:CH.COOH 





194-198 


Liquid 
Liquid 


Kommenos 
Kramer & Grodzki 


A., 218, 145 
B., 11, 1360 


46, 423 
36, 44 





C 4 H..COOH 





185 


45 


Fittig 


B., 9, 1195 


j ^^i 

31,97 











190 


45 

45 


Biichner 
Meyer and Zenner 


A., 42, 226; 106,62 
A., 55, 321 


38, 314 
i., 293 










45 


Wright and Luff 


33, 348 






" 





184-185 


45 
45 


Schmidt 


A. P. [3], 13, 213 
B., 12, 254 


36, 222 




JJ 


" 


185 c. 




11 
Kopp 


A., 195, 85 


36, 454 


Methylcrotonic acid (tiglic 


tj 

CH 3 .CH:CMe.COOH 





201-1 c. 


64 


Geuther & Frohlich 


Z. C. [2], 6, 26 


vii., 395 


acid) 

























196-197 n. c. 


64 


Berendes 


B., 10, 835 


32, 593 


., 








196-197 u. c. 


64 


Schmidt 


A. P. [3], 13, 213 


36, 222 


11 11 








196-197 u.c. 


64 


11 


B., 12, 254, 257 


11 


,1 11 





11 


198-5 c. 


64-5 


Kopp 


A., 195, 88 


36, 454 


it 11 


i 


11 


198-5 


65 


Fittig 


B., 9, 1195 


31,97 


n 


n 





194-196 


61-62 


Demarcay 


C. R., 80, 1400 


30,70 





n 







64-5 


11 


B., 9, 1933 




. 


11 







62 


Frankland & Duppa 


18, 133 


vi., 828 


,, 


11 







62-5 


Rucker 


B., 10, 1954 


34, 292 


n 11 


11 







64 c. 


Wright and Luff 


33, 348 




ti v 


11 







65 c. 


11 11 







v 
Dimethylacrylic acid 


CMe 2 :CH.COOH 


n 




65 
69-5 


v. Miller 

11 


A., 200, 261 
B., 10, 2036 


38, 315 
34, 292 


11 11 





11 




69-5 


11 


A., 200, 261 


38, 314 


11 11 








.... 


69-5-70 


11 


B., 11, 2216 


36, 307 








11 


.... 


68-5-69 


Semlianitzine and 


B. S. [2], 31, 199; 


36, 618 












Saytzeff 


A. C. [5], 19, 428 




11 11 
From ledum camphor 
Pyroxanthin 


" 


" 


174 


69-5-70 
101 


Neubauer 


A., 106, 163 
J. [1876], 909 




Ethylic pyroracemate 
Epihydrin acetate 


CII 3 .CO.COOEt 
O.CH 2 .CH.CH 2 .OAc 


C 5 H 8 S 


130 d. 
168-169 


Liquid 


Bottinger 
Gegerfelt 


B., 14, 317 
B. S. [2], 23, 160 


iv., 776 
40, 418 
28, 879 


i> 11 
Acetyl carbinol acetate (pyru- 
vic acetate) 


Me.CO.CH 2 .OAc 


(C 5 H 8 3 ),, 
C 5 H 8 3 


164-168 
258-261 
169-170 


Liquid 
Liquid 


Breslauer 

11 
Brandes 


J. p. [2], 20, 188 
J. [1866], 305 


38, 29 

11 
vi., 829 





M 





172-172-5 




Breuer and Zincke 


B., 13, 638 


38, 645 


Butineglycol formate 
Butyrylformic acid 


J) 

C 4 H 6 (OH)(O.CHO) 
CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CO.COOH 


1). 


175 (745) 
190 
115(82-84); 


Liquid 


Henry 
Heninger 
Moritz 


B., 5, 966 
B., 5, 1059 ; 6, 71 
39, 18 


vii., 14; 26, 379 








180-185 










/3-acetylpropionic acid (levu- 
linic) 


CHjAc.CHj.COOH 


JJ 


(760) 
239 


31 


Conrad 


A., 188, 223 


34, 137 


>< 11 


11 


JJ 


239 


MM 


11 


B., 11, 2178 


36, 453 


11 


11 


i> 


235-255 


32-5-33-5 


Grote and Tollons 


B., 10, 1442 


32, 882 


n 11 





:' 


250-260 


a, 11 





B., 7, 1376 


28, 250 


" " 


n 





239 


31-31-66 


Grote, Kehrer, and 


A., 206, 207 


40, 410 


Hydroxypentinic acid 
Methoxy-acid 


.... 





.... 


94-95 


Tollens 


A. C. [5], 20, 488 




Oxyangelic acid 
Ethylic methylic oxalate .... 


COOEtCOOMe 


C 6 H S 4 


270-280 
160-170 


128-5 
184 
Liquid 


Friedrich 
Demarcay 
Chancel 


B., 15, 218 
C. R., 83, 449 
Co. G, 1850 


42, 945 
30, 507 
iv., 271 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



153 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Dimethylic malonate 


CH 2 .(COOMe) 2 


C 5 H 8 4 


175-180 


Liquid 


Osterland 


B., 7, 1286 


28, 142 


11 


J> 


)> 


181-5 c. 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 509 


Diacetoxymethane 


CH 2 (OAc) 2 


> 


170 


.... 


.... 


A., 107, 111; 111 
















245 




Glutaric acid .... 


COOH.(CH 2 ).j.COOH 


)J 




abt. 97 


Ritthauseu 


J. p. [2], 5, 354 


vii., 562 




i u .... .... 


J) 





.... 


abt. 97 


Dittmar 


J. p. [2], 5, 344 


vti., 423 ; 26, 
















815 










97 


JJ^gygj' 


B. 10 1286 


34 4 




M 


)) 




96-97 


^^islic6nus and 


A., 192, 128 


o-, ^ 






J) 






Limpach 








it 


J) 


.... 


96 


Conrad & Guthzei 


B., 15, 2843 






)> 





) 


215; 802-30 


97-5; 95-5 


Markownikoff 


A., 182, 341 


31,62 










96'5 


JVIoriya 




39, 79 











97 




.... 


SO Sf> 




) 


)) 
)) 


291 ; 299 c. 


96-5 



Reboul 


A. C. [5], 14, 501 


t>7, Ow 

36, 134 


** ? 


, 


)j 


J? 


.... 


97 


ii 


B. S. [2], 25, 386 


30, 287 




jj 





.... 


103-104 


ii 


)) 


11 




Pyrotartaric acid (methyl 


COOH.CHMe.CH 2 .COOH 


H 


a. 190 


a. 100 


Arppe 


A., 66, 73 




succinic) 
















j> 










110-112-5 


KekulS 


As., 1, 338 







I) 


j 


180-190 


111-112 


Pelouze 


A., 16 







)> 







112 


Moldenhauer 


G. J. C., 1864 




> 


)> 





.... 


110-112 


Clermont 


B. S. [2], 19, 103 


26, 495 





) 





.... 


111-112 


Wislicenus 


A., 149, 220 


vii., 1035 





) 





.... 


111-112 


Keboul 


B. S. [2], 25, 386 


30, 287 


j> >j 





j 




111-5 


Kressner 


A., 192, 135 


34, 783 


) 





i) 


abt. 200 


112 




.... 


iv., 772 


>T 9) )' 


J 







112 


Bischoff 


B., 15, 1109 


42, 1188 


) 








.... 


112 


Markownikoff 


A., 182, 324 


31,61 


1 J 





)) 




112-5 


Bottinger 


A., 188, 293 


34, 32 


) > ) 


1J 





.... 


113 


ii 


)) 





Ethylmalonic acid 


COOH.CHEt.COOH 


) 


.... 


111-112 


Wislicenus & Urec 


A., 165, 93 


26, 376 


,, 





)) 


.... 


111-112 


Demarc,ay 


B. S. [2], 25, 386 


30, 287 


,, .... 


tt 





.... 


111-5 


Conrad 


B., 12, 751 


36, 707 


j) > 





jj 




111-5 


Markownikoff 


A., 182, 329 


31, 62 


> 


>j 


)> 




Liquid 


Wislicenus 


A., 149, 220 


vii., 1035 




.... 


j) 




133 


Bottinger 


B., 8, 1584 


29, 566 






.... 







133 


11 


B., 9, 838 


30, 400 




Lipic acid 


C 5 H 6 4 ? 







n. f. 140 


Laurent 


A. C., 66, 169 


iii., 704 











.... 


150 


Wirz 


A., 105, 257 


JJ 




Dimethylmalonic acid 


Me 2 .C(COOH), 


n 




165 d. 


Pinner 


B., 15, 581 


42,942 





) 


)> 


s.b. 120 


170 d. 


Markownikoff 


A., 182, 336 


31,62 








i) 


.... 


185 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 14, 1644 




) j 










186 p. d. 


Thorne 


39, 544 




(?) 


From phoronic acid 





.. 


190 


Pinner 


B., 15, 585 


42, 942 


Glycerol diformin 


C 3 H 6 .OH.(O.CHO) a 


C 6 H S 5 


163-166 (20- 




Eomburgh 


C. R, 93, 847 ; B., 


42, 378 








30) 






16, 393 




Itamalie acid 


CH 2 (OH).CH(COOH).CH 2 . 


)) 




60-65 


Swarts 


B. A. B. [2], 24, 25 


vi., 761 




COOH 














) jj " 










60-65 


Moms 


37, 14 




n-Hydroxyglutaric acid 


COOH.CH(OH).CH 2 .CH 2 . 


J) 


.... 


72-73 


Markownikoff 


A,, 182, 347 


31, 63 




COOH 














a- 





)) 


.... 


72 


Lippmann 


B., 15, 1157 




a- 


U 





.... 


73 


Sitthausen 


J. p. [1], 103, 239 




Ethyltartronic acid 


CEt(OH)(COOH) 2 







98 


juthzeit 


A., 209, 233 


42, 39 


,, .... 


) 





.... 


98 


Conrad 


B., 14, 618 




Methylhydroxysucciiiic acid 


COOH.CMe(OH).CH 2 COOH 


)J 




106 


Bredt 


B., 14, 1783 


42, 162 


11 





U 




108 


VTorris 


hl 7 fi 

d7, S 




)) 5) 


Ml 


) 




(?) 


)emar9ay 


C. R., 82, 1337 




('itramalic acid 


CaH^COHXCOOH)., 


)) 




a. 100 


klorawski 


J. p. [2], 11, 430 


8, 1253 


,, .... 


ii 


)) 


.... 


110 


i) 


W. A., 76, 670 


6,707 



1.-.4 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Mesamalic acid 


C,H 6 (OH)(COOH) 2 


C S H 8 6 




129-130 




G. H., 502 




/3-Hydroxyglutaric acid 


COOH.CH 2 .CH(OH).CH 2 . 







133 


Simpson 


A., 157, 34 


24, 133 




CoOH 














,, 










(?) 


Markownikoff 


A., 182, 347 


31,64 


n 








.... 


abt. 135 


Simpson 


P. R. S., 13, 44 


iv., 315 


Citratartaric acid 


.... 


C 6 H 8 6 




a. 100 


Carius 


A., 129, 164 


v., 696 


Aposorbic acid 


C 3 H 6 3 (COOH) 2 


C 6 H 9 7 


170 p. d. 


abt. 110 


Dessaignes 


R C. p., 5, 41 


vi., 190 


(?) 


C 3 H 6 .CMe.OH ? 


C 6 H 9 O (?) 


110-115 


. 


Pawlewski 


B., 5, 331 


25, 1093 


Methyliaocrotyl oxide 


CMe 2 :CH.OMe 


C 5 H 10 


70-74 


Liquid 


Eltekoff 


B., 10, 705 




Allylethyl oxide 


EtO-CH^CHICHj 


> 


abt. 64 




Hofmann & Cab our 


J., 9, 583 




> 








62-5 


.... 


Berthelot & De Luo 


J., 9, 690 




w 








60-65 


.... 


Henry 


B., 5, 569 


25, 807 





,, 


J) 


66-5 




Briihl 


A., 200, 177 


38, 296 


). > 


JJ 





67-2 ; 245 c. t 




Pawlewski 


B., 16, 2633 


46, 252 





>. 





84 


Liquid 


.... 




i., 142 





,, 





85 




Grosheintz 


B. S. [2], 31, 390 


36, 780 


Ethylallyl alcohol 


C 3 H 4 Et.OH 


.. 


120 




Wurtz 




24, 1025 


? ketone 


.... 





76-81 


Liquid 


Bouchardat 


C R., 93, 316 


40, 1114 




j, .... 


.... 





90-100 




Linnemann 


Z. C. [2], 4, 57 


iv., 959 


Methylisopropyl ketone 


Me.CO.PrP 





92 




Ceresole 


B., 15, 1875 




,, 


. 


i, 


93-5 


.... 


Geuther 




vi., 768 


M 








93-5 


.... 


Frankland & Duppa 


J., 18, 309 




' n 


N 


J) 


93-94 




Miinde 


B., 7, 1371 


28, 247 











93-94 




Munch 


A., 180, 327 


30, 68 








i 


93-94 




Winogradow 


A., 191, 125 


34, 484 








ii 


94-1 




Kachler 


A., 191, 63 


34, 514 


. 








94-95 




Eltekoff 


J. R., 82, 355 


44, 566 


> 


n 





95 




Butlerow 


A., 144, 1 


vi., 969 


Methylpropyl ketone 


(C 6 H, 0) n 
Me.CO.Pr- 





b. 200 
95 




Kaschirski 
Butlerow 


C. C. [1881], 278 
B. S. [2], 5, 17 


42,37 

vii., 1022 


> 





J) 


90-95 


.... 


Fittig 


A., 110, 18 


i., 31 


" 





H 


95-105 


.... 


Bruylants 


B., 8, 411 










II 


100-102 


.... 


Kutscheroff 


B., 14, 1542 




" 


" 


II 


abt. 100 


.... 


Geuther 


J. Z., 6, 560 


vii., 488 


" 


'-."..'T 





101 (760) 


.... 





J., 20, 455 


vi., 768 


" " 


" 





99-101 


Liquid 


3rimm 


A., 157, 251 


vii., 1022 ; 24, 
















385 


" " 





,, 


101 


Liquid 


Frankland & Duppa 


J., 18, 307 


24, 386 


" 








100-102 




Popoff 


A., 161, 285 




" " 





J) 


101-103 


.... 


Wichnegradsky 


A., 190, 328 


34, 394 


" " 


" 


5) 


102 c. 


.... 


Perkin 


.... 


45, 479 


" " 





.. 


103 


.... 


.... 




vi., 112 


" " 





I. 


102-105 




Schlorlemmer 


P. T. [1872], 111 


25, 1085 


" " 





II 


103 


.... 


Wagner & Saytzeff 


A., 179, 322 


29, 548 


" 


" 


J) 


111 


.... 


Friedel 


A.C. [4], 16, 366 


vii., 1022 ; 24, 


Diethyl ketone 


Et.CO.Et 


,, 


100-101 


.... 


Freund 


J., 13, 313 


386 


.... .... 








100-101 




Schmidt 


B., 5, 599 


25, 892 


" " 


" 





101 


Liquid 


Chapman & Smith 


J., 20, 453 


iv., 729 


" " 


n 





100-105 


.... 


Destrem 


B., 16, 227; A. 
















C. [5], 27, 5 




" " 


" 





104 


.... 


Wagner & Saytzeff 


A., 179, 322 


29, 548 


>' V 

Pivalic aldehyde 


CMe 2 . 

1 >o 

CMetOH)' 





110 
abt. 90 


: 


Limpricht & Uslar 
Friedel and Silva 


J., 8, 510 
C. R., 77, 48 


24, 386 
26, 1127 


Methylethyl acetic aldehyde 
Iso-valeric aldehyde 


CHMeEtCHO 
CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CHO 


J) 


85 
90-5-91 




Eltekoff 
Srlenmeyer & Hell 


B., 10, 706 
A., 160, 257 




"" 


" 


J) 


90-92 


.... 


lerzig 


M. C., 3, 118 


42, 594 


.... 


" 





92-5-92-9 




jossen 


A., 214, 154 




I! )) 


" 


5) 


90 




"ersonne 


J., 7, 654 






" 





92-94 c. 




J erkin 




45, 477 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



155 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Iso- valeric aldehyde 


CHM e2 .CH 2 .CHO 


C 5 H 10 


92-5 




Pierre and Puchot 


B. S. [2], 9, 1033 


vii., 62 


11 11 ' 








92-5 




11 11 


C. R., 76, 1332 


26, 1017 











92-5 (758-2) 


.... 


Schroeder 


B., 4, 400 


24, 559 ; vii., 
















1195 


11 11 


.... 





92-8 (740) 




Kopp 


A., 95, 315 


v., 972 





.... 





93-6-93-8 




11 


A., 97, 370 










(760) 













(C 5 H 10 0). 





215 




Wanklyn 


J., 22, 530 










11 




83-84 


Bruylants 


B., 8, 415 




Valeric aldehyde 







96-97 (760) 


.... 


Kopp 




v., 972 





.... 





96-98 


.... 


Renard 


A. C. [6], 1, 223 


46, 844 





.... 





97-98 




Schmidt 


B., 5, 597 


25, 892 





CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CHO 





101 


.... 


? 


? 


vi., 959 








n 


102 


.... 


Lieben and Rossi 


G. I., 1, 314 


24, 1033 ; vii., 
















1195 


11 


B 


11 


abt. 110 




Chancel 


J. F. P., 36, 447 




11 11 








110 


.... 


Limpricht & Uslar 


J. [1865], 509 


vi., 959 











111 


.... 


Friedel 


A., 108, 122 


Ui., 1002 


11 11 


(C 5 H 10 0) n 





150-200 


.... 


Parkinson 


A., 90, 114 


v., 972 


From colophony 




11 


90-95 




Bruylants 


B., 8, 1464 


29, 615 


Trimethylethylene oxide 


O.CMe.,.CHMe 

L_ ~_J 


,1 


75-76 




Eltekoff 


J. R. [1882], 355 


44, 566 


Methylethylethylene oxide .... 


O.CHEt.CHMe 





80 


.... 


JJ 


B., 16, 396 





Isopropylethylene oxide 


O.CHj.CHPrf 





82 


.... 





11 


n 


Amylene oxide 


c 6 H 10 :o 


JJ 


95 


Liquid 


Bauer 


C. R., 51, 500 


i., 209 








11 


95 




Niederist 


A., 196, 349 


36, 700 


Valerylene hydrate 


.... 


JI 


115-120 




Reboul 


C. R, 64, 284 


vi., 1124 


Isoprene hydrate (alcohol) 




)J 


120-130 


.... 


Bouchardat 


C. R, 89, 1117 


38, 323 


Butylic formate 


H.COO.(CH 2 ) 3 .CH 3 


C 5 H 10 2 


104-105 




.... 


M. C., 2, 692 




Isobutylic formate 


H.COO.CH 2 .CHMe 2 





abt. 100 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A., 93, 121 


ii., 695 


11 u 


J) 





98-5 




Pierre and Puchot 


A. C. [4], 22, 319 













97-9 (760) 


.... 


Schumann 


G. J. G, 1881 







M 





.97-9 




Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


Propylic acetate 


CH 3 .COOPr- 





95-100 




Hodgkinson 


.... 


37, 483 


11 11 * 








99-101 


.... 


Briihl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 


11 11 " .* 


n 





100-101 




Rossi 


C. R, 70, 129 


vi., 964 


11 11 


11 





100-101(750) 




11 


G. I., 1, 230 


24, 1032 


,, 


11 





102 (750) 




11 


A., 159, 81 


vii., 8 


11 11 ". 


n 





100-102 




Tollens 


Z. C. [2], 7, 249 


25, 998 


11 11 ."* * 








100-8 




Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 











101-98 


.... 


Linnemann 


A., 161, 30 


vii., 203, 1013; 
















25, 203 








11 


100-8 (760) 


.... 


Schumann 


G. J. G, 1881 




11 11 





11 


102 




Chancel 


C. R, 68, 659, 726 


vi., 964 


difl'. samples 





n 


103 




Pierre and Puchot 


C. R, 66, 302 


vi., 964 


u 11 11 11 





11 


105 




11 11 


Z. G, 12, 660 


vi., 963 


11 u 11 11 





11 


103 


.,,. 


11 11 


A. C. [4], 22, 289 










11 


102-103 c. 




Perkin 


.... 


45, 494 


11 11 





11 


100-3; 


.... 


Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2463 


44, 276 








282-4 c. t. 










Isopropylic acetate 


CH 3 .COOPr0 


n 


90-93 


.... 


Friedel 


A., 124, 327 


v., 891 








11 


90 


Liquid 


Berthelot 




i., 24 








n 


88-91 


... 


MM 


M. C., 2, 686 




Ethylic propionate 


CH 3 .CH,COOEt 


n 


98-84 ; 


.... 


Linnemann 


A., 160, 219 


vii., 203 








98-8 (732} 
















n 


101 




Limpricht & Uslar 


J., 8, 509 










11 


93-2-98 




Kopp 


A., 94, 322 









n 


97-7-97-9 




11 


A., 95, 316 











(753) 










difF. samples 





11 


100 (760) 


.... 


Pierre and Puchot 


Z. G, 12, 660 




,, 


11 


11 


100 (760) 


.... 


,, 


A. C. [4], 22, 351 





x 2 



1.56 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic propionate 


CH 3 .CHj.COOEt 


C 6 H 10 2 


98-3 (760) 


.... 


Schumann 


G. J. G, 1881 




11 ,1 .... ... 








98-3 




Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 











98-3 




Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


! 11 .... ... 








99-5-99-8 c. 


.... 


Perkin 


.... 


45, 496 


1) >, 


11 





98-5; 


.... 


Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2463 


44, 276 








280-6 c. t. 










Methylic butyrate 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CHj.COOMe 


11 


101 


.... 


Kahlbaum 


B., 12, 344 


36, 521 


11 


11 


11 


95-1-103 


.... 


Zander 


A., 214, 184 










(736-742) 










11 





11 


102 


Liquid 


Atkinson 


.... 


i., 696 








11 


102-5-103-5 




Kramer & Grodzki 


B., 11, 1358 










(760) 










i, 








102-3 


.... 


Elsasser 


A., 218, 313 


44, 967 


11 ,, 








102-103 c. 




Perkin 


.... 


45, 499 


11 ,, 








102-1 


.... 


Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213; 
















P. A., 76, 458 




!> 11 








95-9 (760) 




Kopp 


P. A., 72 




.1 


H 





93 




Delffs 


J., 7, 26 




1) ;, 


M 


11 


93 




Favre& Silbermann 


A., 95, 315 




isobutyrate 


CHMe 2 .COOMe 





93 (760) 




Pierre and Puchot 


C. R., 75, 1006 


26, 55; vii., 226 


i. ,1 


11 





92-3 (760) 


.... 


Schumann 


G. J. C., 1881 







i. 





92-3 


.... 


Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


ii u 


ii 





89-91 


.... 


.... 


M. C., 2, 682 




,, 


11 


11 


91-7 ; 


.... 


Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2463 


44, 276 








273-6 c. t. 










Valeric acid 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .COOH 




1 ft V7^ ^ 






AOAJ OO'T 








" 


IOO I O C. 




Kenrerand loliens 


., zOo, zo7 

CTJ tr | O*7A 


40, 411 






" 


IQf 1QK 


1 1C 


Lieben and Rossi 


. -K., 7J, o70 


vi., 106, 1121 




" 


11 


J.ojf.J.oO C. 


I. lo 


11 11 


G. I., 1, 239 ; A, 


24, 1044 ; vii., 








(736) 






159, 58 


1197 








1 QO IQK.'TK 




-j- 


A rt T 








" 


loo IoO /O 

1 QO 1 QK 


.... 


Ljossen 


A., 214, 154 






u 


" 


loo IoO 


.... 


labours & Demarcay 


C. R., 89, 331 


36, 1036 




" 


" 


1 QO 1 QK 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 484 




" 


" 


loo loo 

1 QO. 1 QK 


.... 


Kramer & Grodzki 


B., 11, 1359 




Isovaleric acid 


CHMe 2 .CH.,.COOH 


99 


loo loo 

178 


I 


Fitz 
Pierre and Puchot 


B., 13, 1309 
C. R., 76, 1332 


vii., 62 ; 1200 


" " 





i, 


178 (760) 


.... 


n 11 


C. R., 75, 1005 ; 


26,55,874,1017 














A. C. [4], 29, 228 




" " 





11 


175-8 (746) 


.... 


Kopp 


A. 


v., 976 


" " 








175 


1. -15 


Dumas and Stas 


A., 35, 145 


H 


" " 


" 





175 


1. -15 


Person 


J., 1, 91 


n 


" " 





i, 


175 




Lieben and Rossi 


G. I, 1, 239 


24, 1044 


" " 








195 (?) 


.... 


Ramsay 




35, 469 


" " 





11 


abt. 175 




Vincent 


B. S. [2], 31, 156 


36, 612 


" " 





11 


175 




Personne 


J., 7, 653 




" " 


" 


" 


174-176 


.... 


Popoff 


B., 5, 39 


vii., 712; 25, 
















408 


(inactive) .... 





11 


173-176 u.c. 
174-1 (723-5) 




Grimshaw 
Balbiano 


26, 317 
G. I., 6, 229 


31, 293 


" " 


" 


1) 


174 




Landolt 


P. A., 117, 353 




" " 


' 


11 


173-2-175-8 




Lossen 


A., 214, 154 




" " 





M 


173-175 




Renard 


A. C. [6], 1, 223 


46, 844 


ii i) 


" 


)> 


174 




.... 


A., 204, 151 




" " 


" 


51 


175-5-176-5 




Perkin 


.... 


45,488 


i) 


" 


1} 


174-5 




Delffs 


A., 92, 277 




11 11 


" 


11 


173-2-174-3 




Erleiimeyer & Hell 


A., 160, 257 


vii., 1199 








(718-3) 










11 11 


,1 


M 


72-6-174-1 c. 




















11 11 




J) 


(inactive) .... 





11 


(722-5) 
174-5 c. (721) 




11 11 






11 11 it .... 


" 


11 


171-5(721-8) 


.... 


11 11 


u 


25, 243 


11 


" 


u 


171-172 u. c. 




11 !! 


>t 


25, 242 








(722-5) 











COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



157 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Isovaleric acid 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .COOH 


C 6 H 10 2 


174 




Conrad & Bischoff 


B., 13, 596 


38, 627 


!) 





)) 


175 


. 


Frankland & Duppa 


J., 20, 396 




(inactive) .... 





)) 


175 




Pedler 


21,74 


vl., Ii21 


>j 








175 u. c. 




Schmidt and Sach- 


A., 193, 91 


36, 139 








(754-8) 




tleben 






Methylethylacetic acid 


CHMeEtCOOH 


)) 


173-175 




Berendes 


B., 10, 836 


32, 593 





)> 


H 


173-175 u. c. 




Schmidt 


B., 12, 257; A., 


36, 618; 40, 














208, 256, 262 


1126 


!) 


)1 


)) 


173 u. c. 




Saur 


B., 8, 1037 


29, 370 


)) 


J) 





1 73 u. c. 







A., 188, 257 


34, 27 


. (in- 


)J 


H 


173 




Conrad & Bischoff 


B., 13, 596 


38, 628 


active) 
















[+]- 


) 


) 


174 (770) 


1. 15 


Lescceur 


B. S. [2], 27, 104 


31, 589 


[+] 


)) 


)> 


172-5-173-5 




Erlenmeyer & Hell 


A., 160, 268 


vii., 1198 








(721) 










[+] 





)i 


171-173 




D 


> 











(718-3) 










,, [+]...- 





)> 


172-5-173-5 



















(721) 










[+] 





> 


173; 174-175 


.... 


Ley 


B., 6, 1368 


27, 351 





Ji 





170-176 




Miiller 


B., 14, 2478 


42, 496 


,, [+].. 





j 


168-171 


.... 


Erlenmeyer & Hell 


A., 160, 257 


25, 243; vii., 
















1199 


[+] 


)J 


)V 


168-171 c. 




j) 


ij 











(720-8) 













? 





177 


Liquid 


Pagenstecher 


A., 195, 118 


36, 456 


[+] 





;> 


170 




Pedler 


21,74 


vi., 1121 


Trimethylacetic acid 


Me 3 C.COOH 


)> 


163-7-163-8 


35-3-35-5 


Butlerow 


B., 7, 728; A., 


27, 1083 ; 28, 








(760) 






173, 355 


248 


,, .... 





n 


163-5 


33 











.... 


11 


) 


161 


34-35 


j 


A., 170, 151 ; B. 


vii., 221, 1182; 














5, 478 


26, 48; 27, 248 


.... 








160-163 


26 


Friedel and Silva 


B., 6, 146 




v 





)> 


163 


29-30 


7 1) 


C. E., 77, 48 


26, 1126 


Ethylpyruvyl oxide 


Me.CO.CH 2 .OEt 





128 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. E., 93, 421 


40, 1121 


Ethylglycide 


O.CH 2 .CH.CH 2 .OEt 


) 


128-129 


Liquid 


Eeboul 


A. C. [3], 60, 58 


ii., 897 


Acrolein alcoholate 


Me.CH(OEt).COH 





130 d. 




Faubert 


J. Z. N., 10, 1 


31, 296 








ml 79 




Gf i 


PM r-n i 


SI *?1 Q 




"" 


>j 


1 t jt 




otennouse 


. J.VJ-. 1*51, J-O 


11., /lo 


Diethylic carbonate 


CO.(OEt) 2 


C 5 H 10 3 


125-126 


Liquid 


Ettling 


A., 19, 17 


i., 800 





1) 




125 




Salomon 


J. p. [2], 6, 433 


26, 620 











125 (730) 




Schreiner 


J. p. [2], 22, 353 


40, 88 








) 


125 


.... 


Cahours 






,, 








126 




Clermont 


J., 7, 561 




.... ... 


Jl 


> 


123-5-125-8 


.... 


Kopp 


A., 95, 325 










(749) 










i) 


)> 


n 


126-126-4 




Briihl 


A., 200, 139 










(748) 










Methylic propylic carbonate 


CO(OMe)OPr 


Jl 


130-8 c. 


.... 


Rose 


A., 205, 245 


40, 252 


Ethylic methylglycollate .... 


CH 2 (OMe).COOEt 


)1 


131 




Folsing 


B., 17, 486 


46, 897 








J 


138-6 




Schreiner 


B., 12, 179 


36, 522 


1! )) 


5J 


) 


138-6 







J. p. [2], 22, 353 


40, 88 


Methylic ethylglycollate 


CH 2 (OEt).COOMe 





142 




>! 


A., 197, 8 





> 





)> 


152 


.... 





B. 12, 179 


36, 522 


ii )i 


J) 


)) 


148 




Folsing 


B., 17, 486 


46, 897 


Propylic glycollate 


CH 2 (OH)COOPr' 1 


)J 


170 




Schreiner 


B., 12, 179 


36, 522 


,, .... 





>1 


170-5 




5) 


A., 197, 6 




Ethylic a-lactate 


CH 3 .CH(OH).COOEt 


) 


154-5 







B., 12, 179 


36, 522 





)J 


) 


156 (753) 




Wurtz and Friedel 


A. C. [3], 63, 102 


iii., 463 


Methylic methyllactate 


CH 3 CH(OMe).COOMe 


1) 


135-138 


.... 


MarkownikofF and 


A., 208, 333 


40, 1127 












Krestownikoff 






Ethyl-lactic acid 


CH 3 .CH(OEt).COOH 


J) 


195-198 




Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 59, 174 


iii., 464 



158 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methylethyl hydroxyacetic 
acid 
ii ii i> 

ii ii >i 

Hydroxyiaopropylacetic acid 
ii 11 

II 11 II 
11 II 11 

Acetoglycerol 


OMeEt(OH).COOH 

1) 
)! 

CHPrO(OH).COOH 

1) 


cya,(OH)<o t :cA) 

CH 2 (OH).CH(OH).COOEt 

Et.O.Pi< 
ii 
<ii 
Et.O.Pr0 

CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CH 2 0H 

"JJ 

5 
-)) 

f 

(?) 

(?) 
MvCH.CHj.CH 2 OH 





*J 


? 

> 
-* 
1 

Mej.CH.CH.j.CHjOH or 
Et.CHMe.CH 2 OH 

" 

" " >! 
" ). 
" 11 
1) 
" ., 
)> )) 
)) 
1) 





CH 3 .CH 2 .CHMe.CH 2 OH 
n 


5 H 10 S 




)> 



)) 
j> 
J> 

C 6 H" 4 

C 6 H 10 6 
C t H ls O 

n 

jj 
> 


) 

- 
> 
- 
' 

- 

n 



!> 

i) 

ii 
n 

11 
*i 
ii 

ii 
n 

11 
ii 
ii 
ii 
11 
ii 
ii 
n 
11 

ii 
ii 
11 
ii 


190 d. 

184-188 

207 c. 
230-240 

65-5 
63-64 
68-70 
54-55 
47-48 
137 (744) 
137 (740) 

137 
134-137 
134 
133-134 

133 
131-4 (747) 
131 
131 -5 c. 
128-9-133 
(741-751) 
132-1 ; 306-6 
c. t. 

128-132 

129 
129-131 
129-130-1 
(714-8) 
128-132 
132 

132 
132 
132 
131-8 
132 
132 
132 
128-131 
130-132 

129-132 
128-132 
130-5-131-5c. 
130-9-131-6 


63 

63 

68 

80 

82 

83 

86 

1. -18 
Liquid 

60 

s. 134 
a. 22 


Frankland & Dupp 

Booking 
Miller 

Fittig and Clark 

Schmidt and Sacht 
leben 
Lipp 
Ley and Popoff 
Harnitzky and 
Menschutkin 
Hjelt 
Henry 

Hesse 
Briihl 

Chancel 
Morkownikoff 

Lieben and Eossi 
n ii 

Schorlemmer 

ii 
Rieckher 
Bakhoven 

Kopp 
Balbiano 
Flavitzky 
Perkin 
Lessen 

Pawlewski 

Olzewski 
Lieben and Rossi 

Pedler 
Gladstone & Tribe 
Erlenmeyer & Hell 

Bertoni and Truffi 

Cahours 
Person 
Thorpe 
Pierre 
Delffs 
Schorlemmer 
ii 
ii 
J. Regnault and 
Hardy 
Demarcay 
Rabateau 
Perkiu 
Kopp 


P.R.S.; A.,136,S 

A., 204, 18 
B., 12, 1544 ; A., 
200, 282 
A., 139, 200 

A., 193, 106 

A., 205, 28 
B., 7, 732 
B. S. [2], 3, 253 ; 
A., 136, 126 
B., 15, 623 
B., 4, 706 

A., 117, 297 
A., 200, 177 
A., 151, 305 
C. R., 68 
A., 138, 374 
C. R., 93, 69 
C. R, 71, 370 
A., 159, 70 ; G. I., 
1,314 
27, 1030 
P. T. [1872], 111 
J., 1, 698 
P. A. eb., 6, 325 ; 
B., 9, 358 
A., 55, 166 
G. I., 6, 229 
A., 169, 205 

A., 214, 154 
B., 16, 2634 

M. C, 5, 127 
G. I., 1, 314 

A., 147, 249 
A., 160, 257 
G. I., 14, 23 

A., 30, 288 
J., 1, 91 

J., 1, 52 
J., 7, 26 
J., 19, 527 



J. P. [4], 30, 405 

C. R., 77, 360 
C. R, 87, 501 

A., 96, 255 


iv., 275 

38, 872 
38, 35, 315 

vi., 894, 1123; 
27, 1082 
36, 140 

40, 86 
27, 1082 
vi., 637 

24, 908 ; vii., 
563 
iv., 236 
38, 296 

vi., 964 

vi., 106 
vi., 1137; 24, 
1033 ; 26, 1082 
vii., 868 
vii., 63; 26, 1085 

27, 140 

31, 293 
27, 138 
45, 470 

46, 252 

46, 816 
24, 1034 ; vi., 
1137 
vi., 106; 21, 74 
39, 7 
26, 243 

46, 1110 
i., 203 

37, 151 

28, 308 
38, 456 

26, 1227 
36, 36 
45, 469 


Valerolactone 


Ethylic glycerate 

From ethylic orsellinate 
Propylethyl oxide 


Lwpropylethyl oxide 

> 
Amyl alcohol 




11 ii .... .... 




(+) 


(inactive) 

)! I) 

ii !i 




> 
(inactive) 

ii i) 


(inactive) 
ii 11 



ii i> .... .... .. 






11 different sources 
" ii ,i 


'i 




,. (active) 

" 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



159 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Amyl alcohol (active) 

(-) 

(-) 

(-) ~ 

(active) 

(-) 
(-) 
' (-) 
,, ,, (-) 

,, ,, 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CHMe.CH 2 CH 

j) 


)j 
) 

jj 
j> 

H 

)> 

H 
i) 

(?) 
(?) 

CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CH(OH).CH 3 
n 






1 

n 



CH 3 .CH 2 .CH(OH).CH 2 .CH. 1 

M e2 .CH.CH(OH).CHj 

) 
j) 

> 
i> 
) 




)> 


Mej.CCOHJ.CHj.CH, 
> 



)i 
) 
j 

j 





u 

CH 3 .CH(OMe)(OEt; 

)> 
CH 2 (OEt) 2 

j> 


C 6 H 12 





)> 
> 

)> 
1) 

JJ 

)) 


H 

> 

)) 
ji 

)V 

) 
I) 
)J 

IJ 

)T 
JJ 


) 
T5 
)) 
) 

) 
) 
)) 
)) 

)^ 
) 
)J 
)> 
J5 
)t 

I> 
J 
)) 
)) 
H 

)) 
J 

C 6 H 12 2 

j? 




131-1 (760) 
130-131-5 
130-130-2 
(760) 
130 
127-131 
128 
128 
127-128 
125-130 
128-129 
125-126 
127 
113-121 
121 
120-123 
120-123 

120-122 
120 (759) 
120 
118-5-119-5 
117-5-119 
118-120 
118-5 
116-120 
116-117 
116-5 
113 
112.-5 
112-5 

108 

108 
108 
104-108 

105 (768) 
105 
102-105 
102-103 
102-104 
105-108 
103-104 
102-3(761-2) 
102-104 
100-108 
102-104 
102-5 
102-5 
101-5-102 c. 
98-5-102 
99-100 
98-5-100 

96-97 
95-97 

b. 100 
85 
85 
87-88 
89 (769) 


1. 33 
1. f. m. 
Liquid. 

L a* 

130 

a. 12 
12 
IS 
b.-17 
S.-30 

s. 30 

8. 21 


Kopp 
Popoff 
Pierre and Puchot 


Plimpton 
Pedler 
Ley 
Pasteur 
Erlenmeyer & Hell 
Etard 
Herzig 
LeBel 


)) 

Friedel 
Lieben and Rossi 

Schorlemmer 
Wurtz 
Eabateau 
Linnemann 
Wisch negradsky 
Grimm 
Wagner & Saytzeff 
LeBel 
Wagner & Saytzeff 

r 

Winogradow 
Butlerow 
Wischnegradsky 

Munch 
Miinde 
Kolbe 
Lieben and Eossi 

Wurtz 
LeBel 
Osipoff! 


Flavitzky 
Wurtz 
Flavitzky 
j 
j) 

Winogradow 
Wischnegradsky 

jt 
Perkin 
Popoff 
Ermolaien 
Lieben and Eossi 

Osipoff 

> 
Flavitzky 
Bachmann 
Wurtz 
Pratesi 
Green 


P. A., 72 
B., 5, 381 
A., 163, 253 ; 
B. S. [2], 9, 1033 
C. R, 76, 1332 

A., 147, 243 
B., 6, 1363 

A., 160, 257 
C. E., 86, 488 
M. C., 3, 118 
B., 6, 1315; 9, 733 
C. R, 73, 499 
Z. C., 14, 471 
Z. C. [2], 5, 486 
G. I., 1, 314 

P. T. [1872], 111 
Z. C. [2], 4, 490 
C. R, 87, 501 
B., 9, 925 
A., 190, 348 
A., 157, 249 
A., 179, 313 
C. R, 89, 312 
A., 175, 351 
A., 179, 313 
A., 191, 127 
B., 10, 407 
A., 190,338; B., 
10, 405 
A., 180, 339 
B., 7, 1371 

G. I., 1, 314 

A. C. [4], 3, 137 
B., 5, 216 
B., 8, 1240 
B., 8, 542 
B., 5, 479 
A., 125, 114 
A., 179, 349 
A., 179, 340 
A., 165, 157 

53 

A., 191, 125 
B., 10, 404 
A., 190, 336 

A., 145, 292 
Z. C., 14, 275 
G. I., 1, 314 

B., 8., 542 
B., 8, 1242 
A., 169, 205 
A., 218, 38 
A. C. [3], 48, 375 
G. I., 13, 313 
C. R, 89, 1077 


vil.,712; 25,408 
25, 888; vii., 62 

26, 1017 
30, 334 
vi., 106; 21, 74 
27, 350 

34, 393 

42,594 

24, 1025 

vi., 112 
24, 1034 ; vi., 
1137 
25, 1085 
vi., 112 
36, 36 
30, 504 
34, 394 
24, 386 
29, 548 
36, 1029 
28, 628 
29, 548 
34, 484 
32, 589 
32, 420; 34, 393 

30,68 

vi., 112 
24, 1034 ; vi., 
1137 
vi., 112 

29, 545 
28, 877 
26, 45 
34, 394 

29, 545 
26, 369 
vii., 64 
34,484 
32, 420 
34, 393 
45, 471 
vi., 115 

vi., 1137 ; 24, 
1034 
28, 877 
29, 545 
27, 139 
44,727 
vi., 4 
46, 172 
38, 307 


,, (active) 

,, 
































,, 








;j jj ..t. .... 




















j> )i .... .... .... 














Ethyhnethylacetal 
;i .... .... 
Diethoxymethane 





1(50 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ainyleneglycol 
,, .... ...' 

,, 
> .... .... 

,, ... .... 

" 

J 

Cantharidin .... 


CMe 2 (OH).CHMe(OH) 

J> 

JJ 

CHEt(OH).CHMe(OH) 




? 

CHPr(OH).CH 2 (OH) 
CHPr0(OH).CH 2 (GH) 

J 


C 5 H 12 2 

J 
JJ 
JJ 
) 
) 

J 
I) 

)J 
J) 
)J 


176-177 

178-179 
177 
177 
187-5 

187-188 

188-189 
185-190 

185-3 

200'5-201'5 
206 


Liquid 
200 


Eltekoff 

Flavitzky 

> 
Wurtz 
Wagner & Saytzeff 
Eltekoff 

Wurtz 

Flavitzky 
\ 

1 
D 


u 


J. E. [1882], 355 ; 
B., 16, 396 
B., 10, 2240 
B., 9, 1600 
A. C. [3], 55, 458 
A., 179, 308 
J. R. [1882], 335; 
B., 16, 397 

B., 9, 1600; 11 
679 
B. S. [2], 30, 22 
B., 11, 992 
A., 179, 352 


44,566 

i-, 208 
29, 547 
44, 566 

34, 965 

34, 965 
36,37 

j "TOft 


Ethylic dimethylic orthofor- 
mate 


Monethylglycerin 
Tetraethylic orthocarbonate 
Phenylene oxide 


Phenoic acid 


CH(OEt)(OMeX, 

)J 

CH 2 (OEt).CH(OH).CH 2 .OH 
Et 4 C0 4 

c 6 H 4 :o 




C S H 12 3 



C 5 H 20 4 
C 6 H 4 

JJ 

OHO 


115-120 

116-120 
225-230 
158-160 


Liquid 
Liquid 

103 
156 

nVit fift 


Pinner 

)> 
Reboul 
Bassett 
Marcker 
Limpricht 


B., 16, 356 

B., 16, 1647 
As., 1, 239 
17, 198 

A., 124, 249 


44, 731 

44, 1089 
ii., 883 
iv., 237 
v., 161 
44, 664 


Collinic acid 
Quinone 


C 5 H 3 .COOH 
C H 'O 1 4 


v^ 6 xi 4 v^ 2 

j> 


.... 


100+ 


Frohde 


J. p., 80, 344 


iv., 388 
i., 1083 






jj 








., o7, ioH 


v., 27 






j> 


.... 






!., 4, 9 


24, 379 






j) 


MM 




JJ JJ 












jj 


.... 




JJ 


A., 159, 1 


24, 826 






jj 








A., 14, 299 


v., 27 


Umbelliferone 
Raffinose 




jj 

' 
P TT A f?\ 




240 


JJ 






v., 939 


Ethylene tetracarboxylic acid 
Phenol 


(COOH) 2 C:C(COOH) 2 
O H OH 


^6 H 4 U 7 W 

C 6 H 4 8 


328 p. d. 


57 


Loiseau 
Conrad 


C. R., 82, 1058 
B., 13, 2161 


30, 398 

40, 169 






tL 6 O 


17o-laO 




Gladstone and Tribe 


41, 6 















. Williams 


C. C. [1873], 167 


27, 583 







J 


lKo-ly(j(fbz) 




Landolt 


G. J. C., 1864 






jj 


51 


183'3-184'1 




Adrienz 


G. J. C., 1873 






j 


J) 


180 




Ramsay 




39, 64 






)1 


lol o 




Dale & Schorlemmer 




35, 148 




j 


' 


i!81'5 




Schorlemmer 




28, 209 




)> 


)J 


182 


.... 


Allen 


An. [1878], 319 


36, 182 






)J 


18 A 




Lincke 


J. p. [2], 8, 43 


27, 373 







JJ 


184 




Scrugham 


7, 232 


iv., 389 







J 


184 


.... 


Jones 




33, 181 




H 


)J 


184 


42 


Dale & Schorlemmer 




26, 441 






JJ 


186 




Ramsay 


.... 


35, 469 







)J 


187-188 


34-35 


Laurent 


A. C. [3], 3, 195 


iv., 389 


(from tar) 
(fromparoxybenzoicacid) 
(from salicylic acid).... 
(from oxybenzoic acid) 


)> 
jj 

H 

J 

) 


)J 
)J 
JJ 
JJ 

>J 


181-182 
182-1 
182-1 
182-1 
182-3-182-5 


38-40 
38-40 
39 
39-5 


Sarauw 
Ladenburg 
j) 

;> 
j 


B., 14, 2444 
B., 7 1687 

JJ 
J 
JJ 


42, 507 




l 


JJ 


.... 


41 


SchifF 


A., 223, 247 ; G. 
I., 14, 181 


46, 1089 






JJ 


183 


37'5 


Grsebe 








*> 


i> 




36 


Zotta 


A., 174, 87 






J 


JJ 


180-180-5 


40-41 


Hamberg 


B., 4, 751 






j 


JJ 


186-187 




Church 




16, 76 




jj 


jj 


187 


B. -18 


Duclos 


A., 109, 135 




- 


jj 

)> 


j 
) 


187-6-188-1 
(747) 
197-5 




Kopp 
Runge 


A. 
P. A., 32, 308 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



1G1 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Phenol . 


For tension table 
C B H 5 .OH+nH 2 O 
(C 6 H 3 .OH),.H 2 O 
C 6 H 4 .(OH) 2 =1.3 

J> 
J> 
> I> 
" )1 
J> 
)> )1 


I> 


>i 



j? 

=1.2 

> 
I 
J) 1 

) 
I 

> 
') 

5? 
I 
)1 

T) 
> ) 
)> 

=1.4 

)> i) 

i) 

n 
> ii 
11 )> 
" 11 
>i 

11 11 
11 11 
11 11 
11 

ii ii 
11 11 

Me.C : CMe.CO.O.CO 
i 1 

11 
11 
C 6 H 3 (OH)"=1.2.a 

" 5) 


C 6 H 6 

1) 

C 6 H 6 2 



) 
)1 
5 
J 
)) 

n 




i 
)j 


> 

)> 
j) 


i) 
j> 

)> 



ii 
) 

)j 




n 








M 

)> 

C.HA 

11 

11 
II 

11 
)) 


See Part III 

266-267 
271 

270-275 

370 

245 

24S-B 
240-245 
240-245 

240-250 

212-215 u. c. 

%%S 

210 


37 
16 
98-99 

99 
99 
102 
104 

105 
105 
109 
110 
110 

110 
118 
100 u. c. 
100 
101-102 
102 
102-102-5 
102-103 
102 
104 
105 
111 
111-112 
111-112 
112 
112 
110-115 
116 

160 
165 
165 
169 
169 
168-169 u. c. 
169 
169 u. c. 

169 u. c. 
169 
171 
72-173 u. c. ; 
=177-1- 
177-5 c. 
177-5 

178 
90 

94-97 

4'2; 95-1 a. s. 
96 
115 
115 
no 


Alexejeff 
Calvert 
Kopp 

Hlasiwetz & Earth 
Petersen 
Wurster & Nolting 
Oppenheim & Vog1 
Troost 
Ador and Meyer 
Cross and Bevan 
Earth and Schreder 
Schiff 
Fittig and Mager 

Bantlin 
Calderon 
Lautemann 
Miller 
Beckett and Wrigh 
Fittig and Remsen 
Beckett and Wright 
Miller 
Etti 
Fittig and Mager 
Arata 
Buchner 

Eissfeldt 
Petersen 
Tiemann 

Zwenger 
Wagner 
Prunier 
Kxjrner 
Wichelhaus 
Herrmann 
Miller 
Hesse 
Hlasiwetz 
Hlasiwetz and 
Habermann 

11 1! 
11 11 

Beniheimer 

Hesse 

!> 

Petersen 
Weidel and Schmidt 

rloogewerff and v. 
Dorp 
Weidel and Brix 
Joser 
Pelouse 
:"etersen and Bahr 


B. S. [2], 35, 379 
18,66 
B., 6, 447 

A., 130, 356 
B., 6, 378 
B., 7, 906 
As. 6, 376 
G. J. G, 1879 
B., 4, 8 

G. J. G, 1879 
A., 223, 247 
B., 7, 1178; G. 
I., 4, 305 
G. J. G, 1878 
G R, 84, 779 
A., 120, 311 

A., 159, 129 

B., 11, 1881 
G. J. G, 1875 
A. S. C. A., 1878 
J. p., 96, 186 
A., 159, 129 
J. p., 92, 101 
B., 6, 368 
B., 7, 618 

A., 37, 327; 
J. p., 52,. 45.0 
A. C. [5], 15, 5 
G. J. C., 1866 
B., 5, .250 
G. J. G, 1877 

A., 200, 232 
B., 8, 684 
A., 177, 339 

A., 180, 343 
A., 175, 62 
M. C., 1, 456 
B., 5, 1027 

A., 110, 358; 114, 
301 
B., 6, 378 
B., 12, 1151 

B., 13, 63 

M. C., 3, 608 
B., 15, 293, 1319 

A 


40, 723 
iv., 389 
26, 900 ; vii., 
1040 
iv., 215 
26, 1133 

24, 378 
41, 112 

46, 1089 
28, 147; 29, 
235 

32, 474 

41, 399 
29, 285, 286 
24, 938 
29, 303 
41, 407. 

34, 986 
iv., 316 
24, 938. 
iv., 316 
26, 1133. 
29, 235. 
iv., 316 

5)- 
) 

36, 240 

41, 405 
38, 317 
28,1191;29,235 
29, 79 

30, 83 
28, 572 
42, 232 
26, 388 

iii., 213 

26, 1133 
36, 947 

38, 406 

42, 1304 
42, 1114 
v., 758 

IB icn 


(hydrate) .... . 

,, ,, 
Resorcinol 










) 












,, 


Pyrocatechol ... .... 














i> 
















Quinol 


























Pyrocinchonic anhydride 
11 u 
u. 11 

11 }> 

Pyrorallol 




A., a, 

G. J. C., 1871 

R 11 1SH9 





1(32 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hydroxyquinol 


C 6 H 3 (OH) 3 =1.2.4 


C 6 H 6 O a 




131 


Etti 


B., 11, 1882 


36, 160 





)> 53 







131-5 


Stenhouse 


A., 179, 236 





, 


)> 


M 


.... 


131-5 


Stenhouse and 


.... 


28, 705 












Groves 









)J 3J 




.... 


132-133 


Barth and Schrede 


M. C., 4, 176 


44, 987 


Querciglucinol 


3C 8 H 6 3 .2H 2 







174 


Ganteer 


B. S. [2], 33, 583 


40, 272 


Phenolglucinol 


C 8 H 6 03.2H 2 


33 


.... 


200-5 





B. S. [2], 33, 585 





tEnoglucinol 


J) 







208-5 





B. S. [2], 33, 584 





Phloroglucinol 


C,H 3 (OH) 3 =1.3.5 


3J 




206 


Barth and Schreder 


B., 12, 419 


36, 633 


. 


11 11 





.... 


209 


Tiemann and Will 


B., 14, 954 







11 11 


ti 




220 


Hlasiwetz 


A., 96, 118 


36, 633 ; iv., 495 


Dimethylic acetylene dicar- 


COOMe.C i C.COOMe 


C 6 H 6 4 


195-198 


.... 


Bandrowski 


B., 15, 2694 


44, 313 


boxylate 
















Methylic aconate 


CO.O.CH : C.CH 2 .COOMe 
i i 





.... 


85 


Meilly 


B., 6, 242 


vii., 22 ; 26, 875 


J1 11 v " 


Jl 41 






85 


11 


A., 171, 163 


27, 788 


Muconic acid 


.... 




.... 


100-125 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 274 


vii., 827; 26, 623 


Acetomalic anhydride 


CH(OAc).CH2.CO.O.CO 


c.H 6 o s 


160-162 (14) 


53-54 


Aiischiitz 


B., 14, 2791 


42, 831 


Acid from dehydromucic acid 








146 


Seelig 


B., 12, 1088 


36, 784 


? Acid 
















Aconitic acid 


CH(COOH) : C(COOH).CH 2 


c,H:' 6 o 6 




139-141 


11 
Hunaus 


B., 9, 1751 


" 






(COOH) 
















C 3 H 3 .(COOH) 3 


m 




160 




.... 


i., 54 




11 11 ".. ... ... v . 





35 




186-187 




A. C. J., 4, 39 ; 
















C. R., 94, 455 




Trimethylene tricarboxylie 


CH(COOH).CH 2 .C(COOH) 2 





.... 


184 d. 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 17, 1187 


46, 992 


acid 
Helenin 




C 8 H 8 




109-110 


Kallen 


B., 6, 1507 


27, 352 




From aldehyde 


3C 2 H 4 O-2H. 1 O 




172 


Solid 


Kekule 


A., 162, 105 


vii., 35 ; 25, 
















617 


Allylic acrylate 


CH S I CH.COO.CHj.CH : CH 2 


C 6 H 8 2 


119-124 






A., 167, 250 




Terelactone 


.... 




210 c. 


10-12 


Geisler 


A., 208, 49 


42, 42 




?-acid .... ,... 


From pyroterebic acid 






93-96 


Muldk 


A., 180, 56 


29, 924 


Sorbic acid .... 


CH a .CH.CH(COOH)CH : CH 2 





)egina225p.d. 


132-134 


Fittigand Barringer 


A., 161, 307 


vii., 1091 ; 25, 










abt. 228 






1 O At! 


486, 487 


Parasorbic acid 


9* 


" 


221 (755) 


134-5 
Liquid 


HofmanH 

11 


la, 4b 
12, 44 


v., 352 
v., 352 


From diethylic succinogucei- 


.... 


a 




170 d. 


Herrmann 


A., 211, 324 


42,713 


nate 
















Tetrahydroquinone ,.. 








75 




A., 211, :322 




Aloisol 


.... 


C 6 H S 3 (?) 


130 


Liquid 


Robdquet 


J. p. [3], KO, 1-67, 


i., 148 
















241 




Oxysorbic acid 


.... 






abt 85 


Weidel 


B., 12, 2002 


38, 268 


Ethylsuccinosuccinate 


identical ; see C 12 H 16 O 6 


" 


I 


126-6 


Wedel 


A., 219, 71 


48, 835 


11 


" M 






127 


Duisberg 


B., 16, 134 




Ethylic hydroxytetrolate .... 









127-127-5 




B., 15, 1383 


42, 1192 


Ethylidene diace tic anhydride 
Ethylsuccinie anhydride (?).... 
Hydroxyglutariclaetone 


CHMe:(CH 2 .CO) 2 :0 
C 4 H 3 EtO 3 (?) 


11 


282-284 
s.b. 206 


Solid 
133 
68-70 


Kommenoe 
Eeliling 
Bredt 


A., 218, 145 
A., 49, 192 
A., 208, 63 


46, 422 
v., 463 
42, 34 


Ethylene auccinate 


CO.(CH S ) 2 .COO.(CH 2 ) 2 .0 





212 


b. 90 


LourenQO 


A., 115,361 ; J. 


ii.,582; v.,464 




, 










p. [2], 20, 207 




Dimethylic fumarate 


C 3 H 2 (COOMe) 2 


H 


.... 


105-107 


.... 


J. R., 11,288 




11 







192 c 


102 


Anschiitz 


B., 12, 2282 




Dimethylic maleate 
Lactide 


CH(COOMe) 2 : CH(COOMe) 2 
CHMe.CO.O.CHMe.CO.O 


>' 


205 c. 
250 


Liquid 

107 




B., 12, 2283 


iii., 464 




M 


M 


.. 


124-5 




A., 167, 319 






Allylmalonic acid 
Tetramethylene dicarboxylic 
acid 


CH 2 :CH.CH 2 .CH(COOH) 2 

CH a :(CH 2 ) 2 :c(cooH) 2 


M 


255 u.c. (757) 


121 
103 
155 d. 


Hemy 
Conrad and Bischoff 
Perkin 


B., 7, 755 
B., 13, 598 
B., 16, 1787 


25, 978 
38, 628 
44, 1084 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



163 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Homoitaconic acid .... 

Hydromuconic acid 

/3-Methylethenyltricarboxylk 
acid 

11 n 

Tricarballylic acid 

11 !! 
11 11 

Glycuronic anhiydSride 
Citric acid 


CH(COOH).CH 2 . 
i 


C 6 H 8 4 

JJ 

1) 
JJ 

JJ 

C 6 H 10 

TJ 

1) 



(C 6 H lft O) n 

IV 

1* 

ri 

11 
11 


82 
85-87 
83-84 
84 
84 
84-86 
120 
120-125 
120-125. 
120-130 
128-130 
130 
120 
125-135 
128-130 
130 
131 c. 
131 
131-132 
137 
137-3 
136-7 

110-5-111 
111 
122-9 
136 c. 
38-8;326c.t. 
139-5-141-5 
138-140 c. 
42-143 
204 
208 
201; 
204-205 c. 
208-5 

08-210 


170-171 

170-171 

195 
195 
142 d. 

146 

158 
158 
158 
158-159 
158-160 
160-6 
166 
165-168 
167 
146-147 
153-154 
100 
Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 

Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 

20 
90 

. 18 

jiquid' 
n. fT 13 
-10 


Krestownikoff 

Markownikoff anc 
Krestownikoff 
Bode 
Limpricht 
Bischoff & Guthzei 

Bischoff 

11 
Simpson 
Miehle 
Claus 
Claus and Lischke 
Lippmaun 

11 
Weyr 
Spiegel 
Grimaux and Adajn 
Kammerer 

n 
Hofmann &Cahour 
Berthelot&DeLuc 
Bendikt 
Fremy 
Gottlieb 
Zeidler 
Kane 
Fittig 
Zeidlep; 
Heintz 
Zeidler 

n 
Kane 
Breuer and Zinck6 
Louise 
Baeyer 
Fittig 
Benedikfc 
Zeidler. 
Lieben and Zeisel 

Vlasing 
Nevol6 
jieben 
Weger 
Geuther 
'awlewski 
Bruhl 
'erkin 
Cramer & Grodzki 
terendes 

i'ittig & Barringer 

Atulck 
Hjelt 

11 


B. S. [2], 35, 55 

B., 12, 1489 

A., 132, 98 
A., 165, 262 
B., 14, 615 

B., 15, 1109 ; A 
214, 53 
B., 13, 2161 
18, 331 
A., 190, 322 
B., 5, 361 
B., 14, 1090 
B., 11, 707 
B., 12, 1650 

11 
B., 15, 1966 
C. R, 90, 1252 
G. J. C., 1866 

11 
A., 102, 290 
A. C. [3], 43, 257 
A., 162, 303 
A., 15, 281 
A., 52, 12.7 
A., 187, 30 
P. A., 44, 494 
A., 110,21 
A., 187, 30 
P. A., 68, 279 
A., 187, 35 
B., 8, 1035 
P. A., 44, 475 
B., 13, 638 
C. R, 95, 602 
A., 140, 297 
A., 110, 34 
A., 162, 303 
A., 187, 30 
B., 12, 571 
M. C., 4, 10 
M. C., 3, 69.3 

A. P. [3], 6, 111 
C. B., 85, 514 
B. 8., 12, 22 
A., 221, 61 
J. p. [2], 3, 431 
B., 16, 2633 
B., 14, 2797 

B., 11, 1359 
B., 10, 835 
A., 191, 121 
A., 161, 309 

A., 180, 45 
B., 15, 618 

'11 


40, 801 

38, 238 

v., 1093 
vii., 827 

42, 1188; 44, 
45 
42, 1188 
v., 880 
34, 491 
25, 685 

38, 802 

i., 142 
i., 142 
vii., 1107, 

iii., 932 
32, 437 

i., 31 ; ii., 351 > 
32, 437 

32, 437 
29, 368 

38, 645 
44, 176 
vi., 822 
i.,28 ; iii., 929 
vii., 1107 
32, 437 
36, 615 

v., 981 
20, 612 
32, 867 
32, 868 
46, 11 
24, 815 
46, 252 
42, 827 
45, 536 

2,593 

ii., 1092; 25, 
486 
9, 924 
2, 946 


CH(COOH).CH 

C 4 H 6 (COOH) 2 
CHMe(COOH).CH(COOH). 

COOH.CH(CH 2 .COOH) 2 

JJ 

C(OH)(CH 2 .COOH) 2 (COOH 

)> 

(C 3 H 5 ) 2 

CH 3 .CO.CH 2 .CH 2 .CH : CH 2: 

11- 

C 2 HMeEt.CHO 

CH S : CH.COOPf 
CH 2 : CH.CH 2 ,COOEt 
Me.CH : CH.COOEt 

n 
CH 2 : CH.CHEt.COOH 
C 5 H 9 .COOH 






Allyloxidte 




Metacetone- .... 








Dumasin 


11 .... .... .... 




Allylacetone ... 




Mesityl oxide 


(?) 










Ethylisocrotonic aldehyde .... 
Methylethylacrole'in 
i, .... .... 
Valerol 


Eesin from larch agaric 
Ethylvinylacetate 
11 
Propylic acrylate 
Ethylic-/3-crotonate- ..... 
Ethylic-a-crotonate 

Acid from croton oil 
11 n 
Hydrosorbic acid 

11 11 
From bromcaproic acid 



T 2 



164 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Pyroterebic acid 


. CHMe a .CH : CH.COOH 


C 6 H 10 2 


.... 


1. -15 


Geisler 


A., 208, 37 


42,41 





>. 





a. 200 




Rabourdin 


A., 52, 395 













207 c. 


5-6 


Mulck 


A., 180, 45 


29, 924 











210 


Liquid 


Chautard 


J., 8, 652 


iv., 776 





5) 





210 




Carleton Williams 


B., 6, 1095 


27, 71 











124-127 (26 




Keener & Menozz 


G. I., 13, 351 


46, 425 


Methylethylacrylic acid 


. CHEt.'CMe.COOH 





213 c. (750 


24-4 


Lieben and Zeisel 


M. G, 4, 47 


44,571 


Hexylenic acid 


. 







39 


Pinner 


B., 10, 1054 


32, 587 


a-Ethylcrotonic acid 


. CH 3 .CH:CEt.COOH 







39-40 


Waldschmidt 


B., 8, 1037 


29, 369 








H 




S9-5 


Frankland & Dupp, 


18, 133 


vi., 600 





i) 







41-5 


Geuther 


B. S. [2], 10, 34 


n 


Damaluric acid 


. physical isomers 


j, 


.... 


39-40 


Werner 


Z. C. [2], 4, 413 


vi., 541 








._ 




50-53 









a-Methylvalerolactone 


. CH 2 .CHMe.COO.CHMe 


.. 


206 


1. -17 


Gottstein 


A., 216. 30 


44, 454 


/3- (impure) 
Isocaprolactone 


CHMe.CH 2 .COO.CHMe 

> i 


31 


205-212 
206 

207 


7-8 


Fittig 


A., 216, 35 
A., 200, 60 
A., 208, 111 


38, 378 
42,33 


CH 2 .CH 2 .COO.CMe 2 





Caprolactone (normal) 
8- 


CH2.CHj.COO.CHEt 


JJ 
51 


206-207 
220 

mo 

230-231 

207-214 
abt. 220 
203-204 u. c 

160-180 
145-150 


Liquid 
17-19 

Liquid 
Liquid 


Bredt 

Fittig 

Wolff 

Hjelt 
Riban 
Scheibler 

Linnemann 
Kelly 


B., 13, 749 
B., 13, 955 

A., 208, 67, 111 
A., 216, 134 

B., 15, 617 
C. R, 75, 98 
B., 13, 2217 

As., 3, 271 
B., 11, 2226 


38, 799 

42,33 
44, 455 

25, 810 
40, 149 

vi., 56 
36, 306 


CH 2 .CH 2 .CHj.COO.CHMe 




Me.C 2 H 4 .CH.O.CO.CH 2 


?-Aldehyde 


Saccharone 


Acropinaeone .... 


O.CH 2 .CH.CH 2 .COOEt 


Ethylic epihydrincarboxylate 


Aldol monacetate 
Propionic anhydride 


CH 3 .CH(OAc).CH,j.CHO 
(CH,.CH 2 .CO) 2 





100-110 (20 
168-169 


Liquid 
Liquid 


Wurtz 
Perkfn 


C. R, 74, 1361 
J. [1875], 520 


25,809;vii., 39 
28,11 


' 


.1 





165 




Limpricht & Uslar 


A., 94, 322 




,, .... .... 
Glycerie ether 


C 3 H 6 = 3 iC 3 H s 


;; 


164-166 
169-171 


Liquid 


Linnemann 
Silva 


J., 21, 433 

C. R, 93, 418 


40, 1123 


" 








170-172 




Gegerfelt 


B., 4, 920 


25,134;vii.,565 


i, 


H 


5) 


169-173 


.... 


Ljinnemann &Zotta 


As., 8, 258 


25, 134; vii., 
















565 


" ' 


J) 





169-172 


.... 


Tollens 


B., 5, 68 


25, 398 


" " 


M 


n 


171-172 


liquid 


Zotta 


A., 174, 90 


28, 246 


i) i) 
Methylic methylacetoacetate 
Ethylic acetoacetate 


CHMeAc.COOMe 
CHjAc.COOEt 


" 


170-173 

177-4 c. 
79-182 


.... 


Pollens and Loe 
3randes 
Mixter 


B., 14, 1946 
J. Z., 3, 25 
B., 7, 499 


42,31 

vi., 829 
27, 785 


it ,, 





" 


80-181 




Oppenheim and 


B., 9, 318 


30, 69 












Precht 






" 








80-6-181 -2 


.... 


Briihl 


G. J. C., 1880 










(754) 
















J) 


80-6 
80-182 c. 


jiquid 


Jeuther 
'erkin 


J. [1865], 304 


vi., 16 
45, 493 








(760) ; 
















52-5-153-3c. 










Methylic |3-acetopropionate.... 

/3-aceto-butyric acid 
n-methyl /S-acetopropionic 
acid 


CH 2 Ac.CH,,COOMe 

CH 3 .CHAc.CH 2 .COOH 
CHjAc.CHMe.COOH 





(330) 
91-191-5 

(743) 
41-242 
47-248 


jiquid 


Grote, Kehrer, and 
Tollens 
iischoff 


A., 206, 220 

A., 206, 332 
A., 206, 322 


40, 410 

0, 413 

0,412 


y-acetobutyric acid .... 
+H..O 
3-ethxycrotonic acid 

0- .'' 
Hydroxyhexinic acid 


CH.jAc.CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH 

)1 


*J 
1) 


74-275 


3 
3 

37 
37-5 
2-93 


Wolff 
rriedrich 


A., 216, 129 

A., 219, 322 

., 15, 218 
A. C. [5], 20, 491 


44, 455 

44, 968 
42, 945 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



165 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference, 


Watts'Dict. 
* -T. Ch. Soc. 


Isohydroxyhexiuic acid 


.... 


C 6 H 10 3 


.... 


112-5-113 




A. C. [5], 20, 49 




Ethylidene diacetate 


CH 3 .CH(OAc) 2 


C 6 H 10 O 4 


165-168 




Schiff 


B., 9, 306 




,, ,, .... ... 


JJ 


n 


167 (744) 




Franchimont 


E. T., 1, 243 


44, 452 


,, .... ... 


JJ 


si 


168-8 c. 


Liquid 


Geuther 


A., 106, 249 


i., 108 


Ethylene diacetate 


CH 2 (OAc).CH 2 (OAc) 


33 


186-187 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 55, 433 


ii., 567 


,, 


1) 


33 


190-190-5 c. 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 505 


E thy lie acetoglycollate 


CH 2 (OAc).CH 2 .COOEt 


3 


179 


Liquid 


Heintz 


A., 123, 325 


ii., 917 


Butyroglycollic acid 


CH 2 0(C 4 H 7 O).COOH 


33 


205-207 


Liquid 


Gal 


B. S. [2], 7, 329 


vi., 641 


Diethylic oxalate 


COOEt.COOEt 


) 


185 c. 




Perkin 




45, 508 


)> jj 


)J 


) 


183-184 


Liquid 


Dumas and Boullay 


J. P., 14, 113 


iv., 269 


> ) 


)) 





186 


Liquid 


Kekule 


Lehrbuch, 2, 15 


)> 


j, 


JJ 


J) 


87-88 (16) 


.... 


Anschiitz 


B., 16, 2413 




jj j .... 


JJ 


J) 


186 


.... 


Delffs 


J., 7, 26 




jj jj 


1) 


)3 


186 




Weger 


A., 221,61 


46, 11 


35 " 


J) 


JJ 


186 


.... 


Kopp 


A. 




,. 


) 


n 


184-8 (725) 


.... 





G. J. C., 1855 




>J JJ 


JJ 


n 


184 (741) 




Briihl 


A., 203, 27 




Dimethylic succinate 


COOMe.CH 2 .CH 2 .COOMe 





195-2 




Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


j> 33 


>J 


3 


795-25 c. 


18-5 


Perkin 




45, 516 


,, 





) 


198 


20 


Fehling 


A., 49, 195 


v., 463 


Isopropylmalonic acid 


CHPrf(COOH) 2 


)) 


.... 


83 


Conrad and Bischof 


B., 13, 595 


38, 627 





J) 







87-91 


Weidel and Brix 


M. C., 3, 603 


42, 1305 


Propylmalonic acid 


CHPr(COOH) 2 





.... 


96 


* 


) 











)) 


.... 


96 


Tate and Kodno 


I. D. Wurzburg, 
















1879 




Ethylmethylmalonic acid .... 


CEtMe(COOH) 2 





.... 


118 


Conrad and Bischoff 


B., 13, 595 


38,628 


jj )) 


31 


5) 




118 


Weidel and Brix 


M. C., 3, 603 


43, 1305 


)> 





) 


.... 


121 


)> 


M. C., 3, 620 


n 


Dimethylsuccinic acid 


COOH.CH 2 .CMe 2 .COOH 







74 


Tate 


I. D. Wurzburg, 
















1879 







'5 


3) 


.... 


74 


Weidel and Brix 


M. G, 3, 603 


42, 1305 


11 


JJ 


37 


.... 


140 


Pinner 


B., 15, 582 


42, 942 


u 


)1 


33 




142-143 




A., 217, 141 




)j 


(?) 


)3 




190 d. 


Eoser 


B., 15, 2013 




15 JJ 


COOH.CHMe.CHMe.COOH 


H 


.... 


165-167 


Hardtmuth 


A., 192, 142 


34,782 


JJ J1 


)> 







165- 167 


Weidel and Brix 


M. C., 3, 603 


42, 1305 


JJ Jl 


) 


33 


.... 


170 


Markownikoff and 


A., 208, 333 


40, 1127 












Krestownikoff 






1) J3 





)I 


.... 


189; 


Weidel and Brix 


M. C., 3, 612 


42, 1305 










186-5 a. s. 








JJ 5) 








.... 


192 


Meyer 


J. p. [2], 26, 360 


44, 353 


Ethylsuccinic acid 


COOH.CHEt.CH 2 .COOH 







98 


Huggenberg 


A., 192, 149 


34, 782 


j, 


M 


3) 


.... 


98 


Thome 




39, 339 


,, ,, 





3) 




98 







39, 342 


j> jj 


i 


13 




98 


Weidel and Brix 


M. C., 3, 603 


42, 1305 


a-raethylglutaric acid 


COOH.CHMe.(CH 2 ) 2 .COOH 


?3 




76 


Wislicenus and 


A., 192, 134 


34, 784 












Limpaeh 






- 


> 


31 




76 


Weidel and Brix 


M. C., 3, 603 


42, 1305 


0- ,3 


COOH.CH 2 .CHMe.CII 2 . 


) 




85 


Kommenos 


A., 218, 145 


46, 422 




COOH 














- jj jj 





3^ 


.... 


135-140 


Weidel and Brix 


M. C., 3, 603 


42, 1305 


Adipic acid .... 


COOH. (CH 2 ) 4 .COOH 






145 


R 


A. 35 106 






11 


J 






148 


jjromeis 
Arppe 


J. [1864], 377 


vi., 58 












14.S 


Ballo 


B., 14, 332 






j) 

3J 


) 
1) 




A^O 

148 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 1286 


34, 4 






n 


33 


.... 


148-149 


Weidel and Brix 


M. C., 3, 603 


42, 1305 












1 AQ 1 40 


\\ ,,f i,. 


3., 12, 1572 


38, 36 


H ..- -HHjO 


H 

)) 


JJ 

33 


z 


iTtO L'-ttJ 

140 


LWLULtc 

Wirz 


A., 104, 257 


i., 58 


Mannitol anhydride 


C 6 H 8 0,,(OH) 2 


3) 


74(760)p.d.; 


87 


Fanconnier 


C. E., 95, 991 ; 


44, 306 ; 46, 








176 (30) 






B.C. [1883], 789 


573 


(?) acid 


.... 


JJ 


143; 147-1 48 




Ladenburg 


B., 15, 1028 





166 



OEGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethoxysuccinic acid 


COOH.CH 2 .CH(OEt).COOH 


C 6 H,A 


.... 


86 


Purdie 


.... 


38, 348 


.... 


> 


> 


.... 


86 





.... 


39, 350 


Ethylenesuccinic acid 


HO.(CHj).j.O.CO(CH 2 ),. 


J 


.... 


b. 100 


Lourencp 


A., 115, 359 


ii., 582; v., 464 




COOH 














Ethylic diglycollate 


COOH.CHj.O.CH^COOEt 


M 


240 


Liquid 


Heintz 


A., 144, 95 


vi., 642 


Pyruvin 


C 3 H 5 (OH) i! (OC 3 H 3 0. ! ) 


> 


242 d. 


78 


Schlagdenhauffen 


B. S. [2], 17, 301 


25, 1000 


Maltic acid 


.... 


H 


.... 


95 


Cuisnier and Kilani 


B. C. [1882], 703 


44,42 


Inulin ... 








a. 100 


Brnconuo>t 




iii., 278 


Inuloid .... .... ...... 




jj 
j 


I 


130-135 


Popp 


Z. C. [2], 7, 88 


24, 348 


Saccharin 


From milk sugar 


N 


.... 


142 ; a f. 135 


Kiliani 


B., 15, 701, 295, 3; 


46, 283 










141-142 a.f 




16, 2625 




,, -, 


CH S OH(CH.OH) 2 . 





.... 


160-161 


Scheibler 


B., 13, 2212 


40, 149 




CH.CH 2 .CO.CO 
















i ' i 














Levulan ( ) 







.... 


250 


Lippmann 


B., 14, 1512 


40, 888 


Dimethylicdextrotartrate ( + 


C,H^OH),(COOMe), 


C 6 H 10 B 


163 (23) ; 


48 


Anschiitz & Pictet 


B.,, 13, 1176,1538 


38, 876 








280 (760) 










Dimethylicracemate(inaetive 








282 (700) 


85 


11 i) 


B., 13, 1178 





Ethyltartaric acid 


C 4 H 8 O 2 (COOH) 3 


) 




90 


.... 


A., 22, 238; J.E., 
















7, 150 




Isodiglycolethylenic acid 


.... 


jy- 


.... 


b. 100 


Earth & Hlasiwetz 


A., 122, 96 


iii., 414 


Succinopropionic acid 


.... 


j> 


.... 


139 


Hermann 


A., 211, 306 


42, 713 


Hydrocitric acid 


.... 


C&uOi, 




100 


Kammerer 


Z. C. [2], 2, 709 


vi., 473 


Isosaccharic acid 


..... 


C 6 H M & 


.... 


185 


Tiemann 


B., 17, 241 


46, 725 


Isodulcitic acid 


v 


C 6 H 10 9 




100 


Malin 


A,, 145, 19,7 


vi., 759 


Gummic acid 




CH,,p 10 




150 d. 






ii., 956 


Etkylisocrotyl oxide 


CMe 2 :;CH.OEt 


C 6 H I2 0. 


92-94 


.... 


Butlerow 


C. C. [1871], 89 


24, 215 


11 11 


n 


1J 


92-94 




ji 


Z. C. [2], 6, 524 


vii., 401 


Hexylenepseudoxide 




H 


93 






Z. C. [1871], 36 




Tetramethylethylene oxide ... 


CMe 2 -.CMe 2 ,O, 


1) 


95-96 


.... 


Eltekoff 


J. R. [1882], 355 


44, 567 


Methylpropylethylene oxide 


CHPr-CHMe.() 
i i 





109-110 




11 


B., 16, 398 


11 


Hexylene oxide (normal) ... 


c 6 ivo 


n> 


115 






J. [1864], 516 


vi., 700 


Diisopropylene oxide 


.... 


n 


185, 






B. S., 19, 147 




Diallyl moaohydrate 


C 6 H, .H 2 





92-95 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A. C. [4], 3, 172 


vi., 93 


!) n 


CH 3 .CH(OH).(CH 2 ) 2 .CH5CH 2 


j 


138-139 


.... 


.... 


Crow 


33,53 


i! 


C 6 H n OH+H 2 





130r-140. 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A. C, [4], 3, 172 


vi., 93 


11 11 


. 




140 


Liquid 








Di-methylallyl carbinol 


(CH 2 1 CH.CH 2 )CMe 2 .OH 


n- 


119 




M. and A. Saytzeff 


B., 9, 33 


29, 694 


!> 11 


)) 


jj 


119-5 c. 






A., 185, 151 


32, 298 


>. . (hydrate) 


M 




116-117 










Binxethylisoallyl carbinol 




H 


110-115 




1* ! 


)J 

J. [1872], 349 


) 


Hexylene alcohol 
Methylpropylacetic aldehyde 


CHMePr'.CHO 


. 


137: 
116 


Liquid 


Deatrem 


B., 16, 228 
M. C., 4, 24, 40 




laobutylacetic aldehyde 
Hexyl aldehyde (/9k) 


CHMej.CH 2 .CH 2 .CHO. 
C 6 H 11? CHO 


n 



121 (743) 
127- (761-2) 




Rossi 
Wanklyn and Er-. 


A., 133, 179 
16, 307, 522 


vi., 395 
iii., 153 












lenmeyer 






!! 

Methylpseudobutyl ketone .... 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 4 .CHO, 
CMe 3 .CO.Me 


H 
it 


127-9 (737-6) 
105-5-106-5. 


Liquid 


Lieben & Janecek 
Butlerow 


A., 187, 130 
B., 7, 729 


32, 880 
27, 1081 


i! i, 


11 


J> 


106- 







A., 174, 127 







11- 


) 


105 


Liquid 


Fittig 


A., 114, 57 


iv., 647 


11 


11 


M 


105-107 




Kaschirski 


C. C. [1881], 278 


42, 37 



Methyl /9-butyI ketone >_ 
Methylisobutyl ketone 


11 
CHMeEt.CO.Mo 
CHMej.CH 2 .CO.Me 



n. 



105-106 
1'18 
1-14 


Liquid 
Liquid 


Barbaglia & Gucci 
Wislicenus 
!>ankland & Duppa 


B., 13, 1572 
A., 219, 307 
J., 20, 395 


44, 966 


i> 


J) 


jj- 


114 


.... 


Schmidt 


B, S., 18, 321 




" 
Methyl butyl ketone.... 


CH^CO-.CHj.CHj.CH.Me 


>i 



120 
124-126 


Liquid 


Williameoni 
Morgan 


A., 81, 81 


v., 974 
28, 303 


" 11 








127 


.... 


Wanklyn and Er~ 


A., 136, 144 


vi., 768 












lenmeyer 









11 


)r 


128 


.... 


Friedel 


A., 108, 125 


iii., 1002 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



167 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methylbutyl ketone 


CH 3 .CO.CH 2 .CH 2 .CH2Me 


C 6 H 12 


126-128 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


P. T. [1872], 111 


vii., 645 ; 86, 
















1085 


Ethylisopropyl ketone 


Pr".CO.Et 


)1 


115 




Butlerow 


A., 144, 1 


vi., 969 





)) 





117-119 




Pawlow 


B., 9, 1311 


31, 58 


Ethylpropyl ketone 


Pr'.CO.Et 


1 


122-124 


Liquid 


Coninck 


C. R., 82, 92 


80, 694 


5, 11 


.... 


) 


122-124 




Volker 


B., 8, 1019 




,1 )) 


.... 





122-124 


.... 


Oechsner 


B. S. [2], 24, 99 


30,67 


,1 ,, 


.... 





122-1Z5 


Liquid 


Butlerow 


B. S. [2], 5, 17 


vii., 1022 


,1 


.. 


J> 


122-125 


.... 


Popoff 


A., 161, 289 




!! 


.... 


) 


121-124 


.... 


Morgan 




88, 302 


Hexylene ketone 


.... 


> 


125 (753) 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. R., 97, 260 


46, 34 


? ketone 







123-125 


.... 


Destrem 


B., 16, 228 




Action of CaO on glycerol .... 


.... 


n 


160 




Tawildaroff 


B., 12, 1487 


38, 235 


1 


.... 





180-185 


.... 


Fittig 


J., 13, 319 




? 


.... 





244-245 




Renesse 


A., 166, 80 


86, 642 


1 




(C 6 H 12 0) D 


205 




.... 


M. C., 4, 25 




From wax of fieus gummiflua 


.... 


u 


345-354 


62 


Kessel 


B., 11,2114 


36, 262 


Diacetonic alcohol 


CH. 2 Ac.CMe. ! .OH 


C 6 H 12 2 


163-5-164-5 


Liquid 


Heintz 


A., 178, 342 


89, 365 


Diisoallyl alcohol 


CH 2 .CHOH.(CH,) 2 . 


)J 


218-225,p.d. 


Liquid 


Hiibner & Miiller 


A., 159, 186, 384 


vii., 48 ; 84, 




CHOH.CH 2 












906 





J) )) 





220-230 




Glaus and Stein 


B., 10, 558 




Amylic formate 


H.COO(C 6 H U ) 


J 


112 


.... 


Kopp 


A., 96 




1 I! 


) 


II 


114 




Delffs 


J., 7, 26 




i> 11 





11 


116 


Liquid 


Kopp 


A., 55, 183 


ii., 693 


11 )> 


|) 


II 


123-3 




Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


- ( is ) 


> 


n 


121-8; 


.... 


Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2463 


44, 276 








304-6 c.t. 










Butylic acetate 


CH 3 .COO.(CH 2 ),Me 


i> 


125-1 (740) 


Liquid 


Lieben and Rossi 


A., 158, 168 


84, 521 ; vii., 
















216 


!> !) 


J1 


n 


124-36 


.... 


Linnemann 


A, 161, 193 


25, 396; vii., 
















203, 216 





n 


i) 


123-7 ; 


.... 


Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2463 


44, 276 








305-9 c.t. 










Iso-butylic acetate 


OH3.COO.CHj.CHMe,, 


11 


117-5 




Chapman & Smith 


22, 160 




1] !! 








116-3 




Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


11 11 





i) 


114-6; 




Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2463 


44,276 








295-8 c.t. 










11 11 


) 





117 c. 


.... 


Perkin 


.... 


45, 495 





) 


n 


116-5 (764) 


MM 


Pierre and Puchot 


C. R., 75, 1594 ; 


26, 260 














A. C., 22, 322 




!> 11 


If 


)! 


114 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A., 93, 121 


v., 732 


11 11 


)) 


11 


113-115(736) 


.... 


Linnemann 


A, 162, 12 


25, 475 


11 11 


U 


11 


113 




Hodgkinson 


37,485 




,, 


J1 


11 


116-3(760) 




Schumann 


G. J. C., 1881 




11 11 


)J 


Jl 


111-113 


Liquid 


Luynes 


J., 16, 501 


v., 732 


Butylic acetate 


CH 3 .COO.CHMeEt 


1 


111-112-5 


.. 


Ressel 


A., 175, 44 


28, 554 


11 n 








110-113 




Saytzeff 


J. p., 3,88; 6,327 


vii., 219 ; 24, 
















526 


11 11 


H 


11 


111 


.... 


Lieben 


J., 21, 443 




11 11 


j 


11 


abt. 110 




Wurtz 


Z. C. [2], 5, 407 


vi., 377 





CHj.COO.CMej 


! 


93-96 


.... 


Butlerow 


A., 144, 7 


vi., 375 


Propylic propionate 


CH,.CHj.COO.Pi- 


11 


124-3 (760) 


Liquid 


Pierre and Puchot 


J. Ph. [4], 13, 369 


vi., 964; 24, 903 





H 


11 


124-75 


...... 


11 11 


C. R., 75, 1594 


26, 260 


,, 


H 


11 


123-5-125 


.... 


11 11 


A. C. [4], 22, 293 







)i 


11 


iu 




Linnemann 


A, 161, 31 ; 162, 


vii., 203, 1013; 














39 


25, 235 


11 11 


Jl 


n 


122-2 (760) 




Schumann 


G. J. C., 1881 




11 n 


j 


11 


122-2 


.... 


Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 








11 


122-3; 


.... 


Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2463 


44,276 








304-8 c.t. 










11 11 


)) 


n 


122-123 c. 


.. 


Perkin 


.... 


45, 497 



168 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Propylic propiouate .... 


CH 3 .CH 2 COO.Pr" 


C 6 H 12 2 


118-120 


.... 


Chancel 


C. R., 68 


vi., 964 


Isopropylic propionate 


CH 3 .CH 2 .COOPr0 





109-5-110-Sc 




Perkin 


.... 


45, 498 


n 








109-111 


.... 


.... 


M. C., 2, 688 




Ethylic butyrate 


CH 3 .CH s .CH 2 COOEt 





121-09 c. 




Linnemann 


A., 160, 210 













121-07 c. 







A., 162, 39 


vii., 203 











121-07 c. 


.... 


Linnemann & Zotta 


A., 161, 178 


vii., 225 ; 25, 
















403 


n w 








121-05 c. 




11 11 





11 ii 


IT '" 








121-7; 




Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2463 


44,276 








304-3 c.t. 










) " *" 


11 





119-9 


.... 


Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 











114-1-121-1 


.... 


Zander 


A., 214, 185 




11 11 ' " 


11 


11 


121-121-5 c. 




Perkin 


.... 


45, 499 


11 1? 


11 





119 (746-5) 


Liquid 


Pierre 


C. R., 27, 213 ; 


i., 695 














P. A., 76, 458 




11 11 








119 




Frankland& Duppa 


J., 18, 306 


vi., 378 


iso-butyrate 


CHMeyCOOEt 





113 (760) 




Pierre and Puchot 


A. C. [4], 28, 366 


vii., 226 


11 11 








113 


.... 


Delffs 


J., 7, 26 




11 ii 


,1 





114-8 (760) 




Kopp 


P. A., 72 







ii 





110-1 (760) 




Schumann 


G. J. G, 1881 




11 


11 





110 




Pelouze 


A., 96 




,, 








110 




Lerch 


A., 96 




n n 


n 





110 


Liquid 


Morkownikoff 


A., 138, 361 


vi., 378 


ii 11 








110-1 


.... 


Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44,967 


n T> 


y> 





108-6 ; 


.... 


Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2463 


44, 276 








290-4 c. t. 










n yl 








110-110-6 c. 


.... 


Perkin 


UM 


45, 500 


Methylic isovalerate 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .COOM:e 


11 


114-116 




.... 


C. R., 94, 1652 




,1 .... 


n 





117 (763-8) 


Liquid 


Schmidt and Sacht- 


A., 193, 101 


36, 139 












leben 






yt IT " 





. 


117-5 


.... 


Pierre and Puchot 


C. R., 76, 1332 


vii., 62 ; 26, 
















1017 


11 I? " 


11 





117-25 (755) 




n ii 


A. C. [4], 20, 234 


vii., 1200 


yi 11 


C 4 H,.COOMe 





116-2 (760) 


Liquid 


Kopp 


P. A., 72; A., 


v., 979 














64, 219 




Methylic valerate 


i, 





114-115 







A., 96 







" 





116-7 (760) 




Schumann 


G. J. G, 1881 




11 11 





3) 


116-7 


* 


Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


Methylic trimethacetate 


Me 3 GCOOMe 





100-102 


1. 20 


Butlerow 


A., 173, 372 


28, 250 


11 11 


ii 




100-102 






B., 7, 728 


27, 1084 


Caproic acid .... 


CH,,(CH 2 ) 4 .COOH 








T 1*1 ' 










" 




.... 


r enlmg 
/~i i . 


A., 53, 406 






" 


" 


202-209 


.... 


(jmelm 


11, 414 


i., 743 


" " 


" 


ii 


204'6-205'6 


.... 


Lieben and Janecek 


A., 187, 126 


32, 879 








(759) 












" 


I! 


205 (746) 


.... 


Lieben 


A., 170, 89 


27, 249 


" ' 








204-5-205 




Franchimont and 


B., 4, 825 


vii., 646 ; 25, 61 








(761-17 r.) 




Zincke 






" " 


" 


11 


204-5-205 


.... 


Lieben and Rossi 


G. I., 1, 314 ; A., 


24, 1034; vi., 








(738-5) 






159, 75 


1137; vii., 250 




" 


" 


204-206 (755) 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


.... 


27, 1029 


" 


" 


II 


204-5-205 




Liebeii 


A., 170, 89 


27, 249 








(738-5) 












" 


11 


204-5-205 




Lieben and Janecek 


A., 187, 126 


32, 879 








(738-5) 












" 


11 


204'5-SOB 


.... 


ii n 





11 








(761-S) 










V 1) . .... 


" 


11 


203-207 


.... 


Perkin 


43, 58 






)t 


" 




2 


Freund 


J. p. [3], 232 


38, 377 




J " 


" 


.... 


2 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 1287 


34, 4 




T) 


11 


202-204 




Cahours and De- 


C. R., 89, 331 


36, 1036 












marcay 








J) 


II 


200-205 


abt. 10 


Zincke 


A., 152, 20 


vi., 395 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



169 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


(aproic acid .... 


CH 3 (CH 2 ) 4 .COOH 

)) 
J) 


JI 

C 5 H n .COOH 

)J 

' J) 

CHMeg.CHj.CH.j.COOH 

> 
M 

) 

CHMePr-.COOH 



CHEt-rCOOH 

> 
) 

CMe 3 Et.COOH 

n 

CHMe.O.CHMe.O.CHMeO 
i i 


C,H 12 2 

J 
> 

) 

n 


j> 
)i 

>> 
) 
) 

t> 
)> 



>i 

n 
ti 
jj 

C 6 H',A 

J) 
J) 

N 

11 
) 

n 


) 


> 
* 

) 
> 
> 
j 








> 


H 

> 

n 


204-205 
202-205 
200-205 

200-205 
201-204 
198 
198 
198 
199 
199-199-5 c. 
198-6-199-6 
199-7 

195 (746) 
193-194 

193 (748 r.) 
193-194 
194-195 
190 (756-5 r.) 
195-197 
187-198 
187 
186 
103-5-103'7c. 

124 
124 

124 
123-2-123-5 
(744) 
123-124 
123-125 
125 
125 

143-6 c. 
a. 150 
152 
155 
158-4 

147 

178 
135-5 
166 -168 

146-155 
150-155 
151 c. 

167 

abt. 220 
213-220 


1-5 

s. 9 

1. -18 
Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 
Liquid 
Liquid 
Liquid 
Liquid 

s.-U 

10-12 

4 
10-5 

10-5 

12 
Liquid 

s. w. m. 120 
s. w. m. 100 
s.w.m.llS-115 


Fittig 
Fehling 
Grillone 

Schorlemmer 

j 
Brazier & Gossleth 

Wurtz 
Landolt 
Mulck 
Eohn 
Lieben and Rossi 

Eossi 
Liebermann and 
Scheibler 
Saytzeff 
Kelbe and Warth 
Fittig 
Saytzeff 
Schnapp 
Sticht 
Wischnegradsky 

i> 
Perkin 

Geuther & Cartmell 
KekulS and Zinck6 

Geuther 
Bruhl 

Lieben 
Perkin 
Weidenbrusch 
Kramer & Pinner 
Fehling 
Liebig 
Kekule and Zincke 
Rose 
Henry 
Folsing 
Norton & Tchern iak 
Schreiner 



j) 
> 
Silva 

Duvillier 
Schreiner 



LourenQO 
Pinner 


G. J. C., 1879 
A., 55, 
A., 165, 127 

P. T. [1872], 111 

JJ 

J., 3, 398 
Gm., 11, 414 
J., 10, 351 
P. A., 117, 353 
A., 180, 57 
A., 190, 316 
G. I., 1, 314 

A., 133, 176 
B., 16, 1823 

B., 11, 512 
B., 15, 308 
A., 200, 24 
B., 11, 511 
B., 10, 1954 
J., 21, 522 
B., 7, 730 
B., 8, 541 

A., 112, 16 

A., 162, 125 ; B., 
3,470 
Z. C., 1865, 32 
A., 203, 26, 44 

As., 1, 114 

A., 66, 155 
B., 4, 788 
A., 27, 319 
A., 14,141,36,376 
B., 3, 471 
A., 205, 245 
B., 4, 707 
B., 17, 486 
C. R., 87, 30 
B., 12, 179 ; A., 
197,8,21; J.p. 
[2], 22, 353 
B., 12, 179; A., 
197, 8, 21 


B. S. [2], 17, 97 

C. R, 88, 598 
A. C. [5], 17, 557 
B., 12, 179 ; A, 
136, 12 ; 188, 53 
B., 12, 179 ; A., 
197, 15, 21 
A., 114, 123 
B., 12, 2058 


vii., 251 ; 26, 
375 
25, 1085 
vii., 645 

i., 743 
vi., 1137 

29, 924 
34, 486 
24, 1034 ; vi., 
1137 ; vii., 250 
vi., 395 
44, 1078 

34, 566 

38, 376 
34, 566 
34, 293 

27, 1083 
28, 878 
45, 480 

iv., 349; vii., 32 
iv., 349 
25, 13, 493, 560 

vii., 33 

iv., 349 
43,89 
i., 109 
24, 1188 
i., 109 


40, 252 

46, 897 
34,971 
36, 522 ; 40, 88 

36, 522 


> 
vii., 1016 ; 
26, 367 
36, 523 

36, 522 

jj 

33, 99 


,, ,, .... .... 
















.... .... .... 









,, ,, .... 






Etbyldimethylacetic acid .... 
> 





j> 
i 

* 


i 

it 
> 

CO(OMe)(OCH 2 .CHMe 2 ) 

CH 2 (OEt).COOEt 





)! 

CH 2 (OMe).COOPr 

CH 2 (OPr).COOMe 
CH 3 .CH(OMe).COOEt 
CHj-CHOILCOOCHMej 

CH 3 .CH,,CH(OMe).COOMe 

)) 

Me 2 C(OH).COOEt 
CH 3 .CH 2 .CH(OH).COOEt 

HO.CH 2 .CH 2 .O(C 4 H 7 O) 
CH 3 .CH(OEt)CH 2 .COOH 




,, .... .... .... 










.... .... .... 
JMetaldehyde 






Methylic isobutylic carbonate 
Ethylic ethylgly collate 

i ?j 

5 
V 

Propylic methylglycollate .... 

Methylic propylglycollate .... 
Ethylic methyllactate 
Isopropylic lactate 

Methylic methoxybutyrate .... 

j> 
Ethylic hydroxyisobutyrate.... 

a-hydroxybutyrate .... 

Ethylene monobutyrate 
# Ethoxybutyric acid 



170 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethoxyisobutyric acid 


Mej.C(OEt).COOH 


C 6 H,A 


180(741) 


Liquid 


Hell & Waldbauer 


B., 10, 450 


32, 313 


Isobutylhydroxyacetic acid ... 


CHMe. f CH. ! .CH(OH).COOH 






56 


Guthzeit 


A., 209, 238 


42, 40 


,, 










54-55 


Ley 


B., 10, 231 


32, 310 


Butylhydroxyacetic acid 


CH 3 . (CH 2 ) 3 .CH(OH).COOH 


J) 


.... 


57 











,, 





H 




60-62 




J. R, 9, 139 ; 12, 
















367 




Diethylhydroxyacetic acid ... 


CEt 2 (OH).COOH 


H! 


.... 


74 


.... 


A., 135,26; 200, 
















21 




.. 








.... 


74-5 


.... 


A., 209, 235 













.... 


80 


Tiemann & Fried- 


B., 14, 1974 


42, 56 












lander 






Leucic acid 


.... 





.... 


73 


Waage 


A., 118, 295 


iii., 575 


>, 


.... 







75 


Strieker 


B., 10, 231 






.... 





.... 


b. 100 


Thudicum 


14, 307 


iii., 578 




Glycerinallylin 


C 3 H 6 (OH) 3 (OC 3 H 6 ) 





225-240 


Liquid 


Tollens 


A., 156, 149 ; B., 


vii., 51, 566 ; 














5, 69 


25, 398 


Butyracetic acid 


C 2 HA-C 4 HA 


C,H,A 


120-160 




Limpricht & Usler 


A., 94, 321 


i., 688 











140 


.... 


Dumas 


C. E., 25, 781 


' 


Dihydroxycaproic acid ... 


C 5 H 9 (OH) 2 .COOH 





.... 


150-3-151-8 


.... 


M.C.,4,48,66,83 




Hexerinic acid 


Homologue of glyceric acid (?) 







141 


Fittig 


A., 200, 39 


38, 376 


Diglycide 







245-255 


Liquid 


Lourenco 


C. R, 52, 359 


ii., 895 




? (sugar?) 


or C J3 H M 8 


" 




abt. 105 

9/lfi 


Liebermann & Giesel 


B., 16, 935 

JFl QCOT A OK 




Isodulcite (hydrate) 


C 6 H 1 A+H 2 


C,H 12 5 


.... 


Z-U 

105-1 10 d. 


Hlasiwetz and 


. [loooj, 485 
J. [1864], 564 


v., 465 












Pfaundler 






Quercite 


C 6 H 7 (OH) 6 







a. 220 


Bottinger 


A., 202, 269 

Af-^ r --i -, - K 






It 


" 




ess 


Prunier 


. C. [5], 1 5, 5 


36, 240 






" 




OOK 


Bottinger 


B., 14, 1598 




Lactoglucose .... 


C 6 H ; (OH) 5 







900 

70 


Dessaignes 
Fudakowski 


A., 81, 104 
C. C. [1877], 6 


v., 6 

32, 877 




(dried at 100) 





n 


.... 


132-135 





B., 11, 1069; B. S. 


34, 777; 36, 














[2], 30, 433 


137 


.... (air dried) 









70-71 








Levulose 


.... 





.... 


95 


Jungfleisch and 


IT 

C. R 93, 547 


D 
42, 158 














Lefranc 






Paraglucose .... (hydrate) 


C.ftA+H^O 







100 p. d. 


Jodin 


C. R, 53, 1252 


v., 473 


Galactose 


.... 


> 




115 
118-120 


Fudakowski 


C. C. [1877], 6 
B. S. [2], 30, 433; 


32, 877 
36, 137 ; 34, 


.... (air dried) 














B., 11, 1069 


777 


(dried at 100) 


.... 


H 




142-144 








Dextroglucose 


.... 


,, 




146 


Schmidt 


I. D., Gottingen, 


ii., 858 














1861 ; J. 14, 720 




" 


.... 







141-145 


Behr 


C. N., 2, 179 


42, 706 


,, (hydrate) 
Arabinose 


C,H U 0,+H,0 


" 


.... 


146 

86 


Miiller 
Schmidt 


J. p. [2], 26, 78 
G. J. C., 1861 


42, 1275 




*"** 


!> 


.... 


130 


Eichter 


Tabellen 




" IT] 


.... 







160 




G. H., 508 




Pectin sugar 


.... 





.... 


160 


Scheibler 


B., 1, 108 


vi., 90.3 


Inosite 


















.... 


" 


.... 


abt. 210 


Scherer 


A.,73,322;81,375 


iii., 275 


Dambose 


.... 


" 


.... 


150-160 


Vohl 


A., 99, 125 




Borneodambose 


.... 


" 




212 


Girard 


C. R, 77, 995 


27, 170 


Phlorose 


CeH.A+H.jO 


n 




220 
abt. 74 
100 p. d. 


Hesse 
Jodin 


A., 192, 173 
C. R, 53, 1252 ; 


34, 851 
i., 473 


Paraglucose 




Dipropyloxide 


Pr 2 O 


C,H U 


85-86 




Chancel 


55, 750 
C. E., 68 


vi., 964 


.... 


" 





? 


.... 


Zander 


A., 214, 163 






" 


n 


82-86 




Linnemann 


A., 161, 37 


vii., 1013 ; 26, 


Diisopropyloxide 


Pr*,0 





60-62 




, 


A, 126, 306 


235 






" 


? 




Zander 


A., 214, 164 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING- THREE ELEMENTS. 



171 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Butyl ethyl oxide 

Isobutyl ethyl oxide 
Tertiary butyl ethyloxide ... 
Isoamyl methyl oxide 
Hexyl alcohol 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 .OEt 


CHMe 2 .CH.j.O.Et 
Me 3 C.O.Et 
CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 .O.Me 
CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 4 .CH 2 OH 


C 6 H 14 

H 

IT 
11 
)> 
)J 


91-5-92-5 
91-7 (747-7) 
78-80 
68-69 
92 
157-3 c. 
157-2 (740-8) 


Liquid 
S.-30 


A. and M. Saytzei 
Lieben and Eossi 
Wurtz 

Williamson 
Freutzel 
Liebeii and Janece 


J. p. [2], 3, 88 
A., 158 167 
A., 93, 118 
C. R., 93, 69 
4, 103, 234 
B., 16, 745 
A., 187, 126 


24, 525 
S4,521;vii.,217 
ii., 537 

i., 205 
44, 1075 
32, 880 








157 




Grimshaw and 


26, 1081 










156'6c. (752-5 




Schorlemmer 
Franchimont anc 


B., 4, 823 ; C. N. 


vil., 646 ; 32, 


,, 


> 


n 


150-155 
150-153 


.... 


Xilh'kr 

Schorlemmer 


24, 263 
P. T. [1872], 111 


880 
25, 1085 ; vil., 
645 
vii., 645 ; 25, 


,, ...* .... ... 


H 


> 


150-152 
150 


.... 


Cahours & Pelouse 
Rossi 


C. R, 54, 1245; 
J., 16, 527 
A., 133, 178 


1085 
iii., 152 ; vi., 
698 
vi., 395, 698 




C 5 H,,.CH 2 OH 




152-153 




Kobig 


A., 195, 102 


36, 455 








151-156 




Buff 


J., 21 , 336 










150 








vi., 64 




CHMe 2 .(CH 2 ) 2 .CH 2 OH 




148-154 




Faeet 


J., 6, 504 


vi., 698 




CHMePr.CH 2 OH 




146^6 






M. C., 4, 32 










146-9 






M. C., 4, 40 






CH 3 . (CH 2 ),.CH(OH).CH 3 




140-142 




Naumann 


B., 7, 206 


27, 563 








140 141 






A., 161, 272 ; 


vii., 645 ; 25 


j> 








136-140 
136 


.... 


a 


P. T. [1872], 111 
P. T. [1878], 1 
27, 1030 


1085 
32, 866 
vii., 868 








132 137 






A., 177, 307 


28, 303 


> ji * 
n * "" 

, two samples ... 

i i) 


)) 


If 

jj 

Pr.CH(OH).Et 




5 



1) 


138 

137 (755-5) 

135 
135 

abt. 135 


Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 


Lieben 
Wanklyn and Er- 
lenmeyer 
Hecht 



Oechsner 


A,, 178, 22 
16, 221 ;J., 16, 521 

A.. 165, 151 

JJ 

B. S. [2], 24, 99 


29,60 
iii., 152 ; vi., 
698 

30,67 








34-5 135-5 c 




Volker 


R, 8, 1019 


29, 364 




CHMeEt CH(OH) CH 3 




IS If 






A., 219, 307 


44, 966 




CHMe 2 CHj.CH(OHj CH, 


) 


108 








27, 1030 




CMe 3 .CH(OH).CH 3 




120-5 


A 


Friedel and Silva 


J. [1873], 339 ; 


26, 488 ; vii., 


,, ,, .... .... 
,, .... 


? 
? 
? 


1> 

M 


134 
135-140 
130 135 




Coninck 
Schorlemmer 


C. R., 76, 226 
C. R., 82, 93 
A., 199, 139 


982 
38, 158 




? 




125 129 




Morgan 




28, 302 




secondary 




120 130 




Wurtz 


? 


vi., 698 


,, ,, .... .... 


CMeEt 2 (OH) 
CMe 2 Pr(OH) 


u 


121-15 
122-5 123-5 


.... 




J. p. [2], 26, 111; 
Z.C. [1865], 615 










117-118 






A., 195, 254; 209, 




ji j) 


CMejPr^OH) 


> 


112-113 
118-119 


a. 35 

s b 25 


Prianicknikow 
Kaschirski 


84 
Z. C. [2], 7, 275 
B., 11, 984 


24, 1036 
36, 46 








18 119 (751) 


s 26 


Kaschirski 


C. C. [1881], 278 


42, 37 








117 120 






J. R. [1882], 99 


42, 491 




Oxidation acetic acid and 




110-112 




Shdanow 


B., 5, 479 


vii., 18 ; 26, 48 


Ethylidene diethylate (acetal) 
> j 
jj 

" i) 


acetone 
CH 3 .CH(OEt) 2 

iJ 

) 

5) 


C H 14 O 2 

j 
> 
i 
? 


75 
95-2 
103-105 
100-105 
105 (768) 


jiquid 


Dobereiner 
jiebig 
'inner 
Wurtz 


A., 5, 25 
B., 5, 148 

C. R., 48, 478 


6,406 
,3 

1) 



17-2 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylidene diethylate (aceta 


CH 3 .CH(OEt) 2 


C 6 H 14 2 


105 




Kramer and Pinne 


B., 4, 788 


24, 1188 


11 11 n 





) 


104-106 


.... 


Stas 


J., 1, 697 




11 IT 11 


> 


TJ 


104 




Wurtzand Frapoll 


A., 108, 223 




11 11 11 


1) 


) 


103-7-104-3 




Briihl 


A., 203, 25 




11 11 11 








104-104-1 c 




Perkin 




45, 507 


11 11 11 


J 


J> 


104 


.... 


Bachmann 


A., 218, 38 


44, 727 


11 11 11 





)I 


104-3; 


.... 


Pawlewski 


B., 16, 2633 


46, 252 








254-4 c. t. 










Ethylene diethylate 


OEt.CHj.CHj.OEt 


J 


123-5 (758-8 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A., 108, 84 


ii., 574 














A. C. [3], 55, 43 




Methylpropylacetal .... 


CH 3 .CH(OMe)(OPr) 


> 


103-105 




Bachmann 


A., 218, 38 


44, 727 


Hexylene glycol 


CH 2 (OH).(CH 2 ) 4 .CH 2 OH 


)> 


203-210 




Hecht and Munie 


B., 11, 1154 


34, 966 


11 11 





) 


207 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A. C. [4], 3, 180 


vi., 68 











abt. 207 


Liquid 


ii 


J. [1864], 512 


vi., 699 





CHMe(CH 2 .OH).CHMe 





212-215 


Liquid 


ii 


J., 17, 513 


vi., 94 




(CH 2 .OH 














11 11 


M 


> 


215 


Liquid 


ii 


A. C. [4], 3, 62 


vi., 68 


11 11 .... 


I) 





219-220 


.... 




J. P. [2], 23, 18 




11 11 


CH 3 . (CH 2 ) 3 .CH(OH).CH 2 OH 


)1 


191-192 


Liquid 


Grabowsky & Sayt 


A., 179, 325 


29, 542 












zeff 






)1 ,1 


Pr 3 .CH(OH).CH(OH).Me 


)) 


204-208 


8.0. 


Fossek 


M. C., 5, 119 


46, 83.3 


11 11 


Et.CH(OH).C(OH)Me 2 


)) 


184 


.... 


Flawitzky 


A., 179, 340 


20, 545 


(pinacone) .. 


Mej.C(OH).C(OH)Me 2 


J> 


170c. 




Perkin 




45, 506 


11 11 11 


)) 


)) 


171-172(739 


35-38 


Linnemann 


As., 3, 374 


iv., 648 


11 D 11 


J) 





176-177 


below 


ii 


11 


>J 


11 11 


J) 


)J 


206-207 




Eltekoff 


J. K. [1882], 355 


44, 567 


(hydrate) .. 


+ 6H 2 


J) 


.... 


46 


ii 


J) 


n 


11 11 


5) 







46-5 


Linnemann 


As., 3, 374 


iv., 648 


ii 


)> 





.... 


46-3 


Pawlow 


A., 196, 127 


36, 536 


Cochlearin 




C 6 H 14 2 (?) 




45 


>... 


MM 


i., 1062 


Ethylmethyl glycerol 


CHEt(OH).CMe(OH).CH 2 


C 6 H 14 3 


170-176(53 


Liquid 


Lieben and Zeisel 


M. C., 4, 4 


44, 570 




(OH) 














Hexyl glycerol 


primary and secondary 


)) 


181 (10) 


.. 




J. E. [1881], 353 




Trimethylglycerol 


C 3 H 5 (OMe) 3 





148 


Liquid 


Alsberg 


J. [1864], 495 ; 


v.,885; vi.,638 














A., 131, 123 




Glycolacetal 


CH 2 OH.CH(OEt) 2 


J> 


167 


Liquid 


Pinner 


B., 5, 150 


vii., 1 ; 25, 40(i 




Ethylidene oxymethyl alcoho- 


CHi,.C(OMe) 2 (OEt) 


J 


126 


.... 


Laatsch 


A., 218, 13 


44, 788 


late 
















Propylic dimethylic orthofor- 


CH(OMe) 2 (OPr) 


)> 


150-155 




Pinner 


B., 16, 1647 


44, 1089 


mate 
















Triethylenic alcohol 


HO(CH 2 ) 2 0(CH.,) 2 


C 6 H 14 4 


abt. 290 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


J., 16, 489 


ii., 577 




(CH 2 ) 2 .OH 














ii ii 


) 


)) 


285-290 


* 


Lourenco 


J., 13, 443 




Difflycerol 




C 8 H 14 5 


220-230 (10) 


.... 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 67, 300 






Sorbite 


C,H 14 0,+iH 2 


C 6 H 14 6 




110-111 


Boussingault 


C. R., 74, 939; 


25, 480; vii., 
















A. C. [4], 26, 376 


1093 


Isodulcite (Rhamnodulcite) .... 


.... 


)) 




93-94 

\Q f\tn 


3erend 


B., 11, 1354 


36, 40 






n 




y<6yd 

n 


-jiebermann and 
Hermann 


3., 11, 956 


36, 39 




.... 








Nl 

105-110 d. 


Toerster 
Hlasiwetz & Pfaun- 


3., 15, 217 

J. [1864], 564; 


v., 465, 1091 














dler 


A., 127, 362 




Mannite 


CH ! OH.(CH.OH) 1 .CH 2 OH 


j 


abt. 200 


60-165 


Jerthelot 

> " 1 J. 


G. J. C., 1857 


ii., 823 






> 


j 




65 


soussmgault 


C. K., 74, 939 


J5,480;vii.,1093 




1) 


i 




65166 


jinnemann 

7 \* 1 


G. J. C., 1862 






) 


n 




66 


iubel 


J. p., 85, 372 


ii., 606 







) 


.... 


66 


lechenberg 


J. p. [2], 22, 223 


40, 11 


Dulcite 


C 6 H 8 (OH), 





.... 


82 


Kubel 


J. p., 85, 372 


ii., 606 














82 


xilmer 


A., 123, 372 


ii., 349 




)J 


i 


.... 


82 


acquelain 


Co. C. [1851], 21 


ii 




)) 


j> 




82 


Jouaaingault 


C. E., 74, 939 


5,480;vii.,1093 




V 


jj 




88 


ierthelot 


G. J. C., 1855 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


JHilcite 

?> 
> 

)j .... .... 
n 
Aloisol 
Mesitene 

Salicylide 

Catechol carbonate 

Chelidonic acid 
Benzoic aldehyde 

> 

S >J 

,) n 

Furfuracrolein 
Toluquinone .... 


C 6 H 9 (OH) 6 

) 

>> 

M 



C 6 H 4 .CO.O or 
C 6 H 4 .CO.O.OC.C 6 H 4 .O or 


C 6 H 14 6 

M 

n 

i) 



C 6 H" 6 S (?) 
C 6 H 24 3 (?) 

C 7 H 4 2 

C 7 H 4 3 

C 7 H 4 6 
C 7 H 6 O 


) 

C 7 H 6 2 

)) 
JJ 



(C.H 6 2 ) n 
C 7 H 6 2 



) 

5) 

M 

' 


j 

)1 

)J 
)) 
> 
J> 

l 
J> 

)j 
I' 
> 
)j 



?) 
J 
J> 
jj 

5: 


130 
63 

174-178 
176-6-179 

(751-752) 
179-1 (751-3} 
180-183 
200 p. d. 

182-185 

178-2 
196-5 

240 

255 

255 

848 

249-2 (740) 

250 


185 
185-5 
186 
187 

188-5 
190 

Mostly at 
195-200 p.d. 
all at 220- 
225 

118 
220 d. 

Liquid 

51 
64 
67 
67 
67-68 
300 
abt. 100 

s. 20 
104 

111-112 
115-116 
115-116 
115-116 

119 
119-120 
119-120 
119-120 
120 
120; 120 
121-4 
120-5 
120-121 
120-5 
121 
121 
121-4 
120-5 
121-5 
121-5 
121-121-5 
121-4 
121-5 
121-5 


Kiliani 
Rechenberg 
Eichler 
Bouchardat 

u 
Laurent 
Eobiquet 
Weidmann and 
Schweitzer 
Schiff 

Bender 

Tilden 
Lessen 

Kopp 
Guckelberger 
Schmidt 
Spica 
Nietzki 
Riedel 
Nolting and Kahn 
Spica 
Schunck 
Ettling 

Mendeljeff 
Piria 
Tiemann & Ludwig 
Tiemann and Will 
Bucking 
Reimer & Tiemann 

n 
Japp & Streatfield 
Ramsay 
Hittorf 
Laubenheimer 
Sodgkinson 


n 
n 

Perkin 
Schiff 
Wright and Lnff 

) 
Busse 
Elennie 
" 1 arnelley& Williams 
Kopp 
Japp and Wilcock 

ji 
)> 
Tones 
Popoff 
u 


B., 13, 2306 
J. p. [2], 22, 223 
R, 2, 103 
A. C. [4], 27,68 
C. R., 73, 199 

I 

Co. C. [1850], 36 
A., 36, 305 
A., 163, 220 

B.,. 13, 697 

A. 
P. J. T. [3], 5, 76 
A., 214, 

A., 112, 175 
J., 1, 850 
B., 13, 2343 
G. I. [1882], 225 
B., 10,833, 1155 
B.,. 13, 126 
B. r 17, 366 
G.L [1882], 225 

A., 29, 310 

J., 13, 20 

A.,29, 300; 30,154 
B., 15, 2044 
B., 14, 969 
B., 9, 529 
B., 9, 1268 
B., 9, 825 

39,64 
G. J. C., 1865 
A., 164, 289 

45, 182, 184 
A., 223, 247 

B., 9, 832 

J., 8, 35 

5,39 
B., 4, 721 


40, 11 
li., 349 

vii.,441; 24,810 

u 
ii., 349 
i., 148 

vii., 1067 ; 25, 
819 

40,48 
28, 1258 

I., 568 

40, 248 
42, 1065 
32, 767 
38, 386 
46, 902 
42, 1065 
v., 132 
v., 168 

v., 168 
44, 188 

30, 296 
31, 84 
30, 633 
41, 150 

26, 65 
33, 499 
33, 500 

)J 

33, 501 

46, 1089 
35, 395 
33, 333 
30, 641 
41, 37 
33, 282 
., 549 
37, 670 
37, 663 
37, 670 
37, 669 
33, 181 
25, 409 
24, 1058 


C 6 H 4 .CO.O.C 6 H 4 .COO 


C 6 H 4 .O.CO.O =1.2 
C 6 H 6 .COH 

JJ 

JJ 
) 

C 6 H 3 Me:O 2 =1.2.5 

i> 
, )> 
> 

C 6 H 4 .OH.COH =1.2 

II )! 
M 

=1.3 

tl 

= 1.4 



)> !> 

C 6 H S .COOH 

1) 

) 
)> 
M 
1 
1) 
J 
)> 
?1 
J) 
) 
If 
)) 
i 

J 

H 


) 
) 








(polymer) 
Rubiretin 


Hydroxybenzaldehyde (sali- 
cylol 

u 

n jj 
?> 

> 
> 


j 

Benzoic acid .... 













j> .... .... 
j> .... .... 






j> ?) 








n 








" 



174 



OEGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Benzoic acid 


C 6 H 6 .COOH 







123-3 


Kachler 


Z. C. [2], 6, 60 


vii., 160 


Phenol + CO 2 


.... 


C 7 H 6 3 (?) 




37 


Klepl 


J. p., 25, 464 


44, 585 


Furfuracrylic acid 


c 4 H 3 o.GH : CH.COOH 


C 7 H 6 3 




135 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 357 


32, 444 


Methoxy quinone 


C,H 3 .OMe:O 2 =1.2. ? 


JJ 


.... 


138 


Miihlhauser 


A., 207, 251 


42, 302 


Oxytolic acid 


.... 


) 




180 


Fittig 


A., 120, 966 


iv., 321 


Hydroxybenzoic acid (sali- 


C 6 H 4 .OH.CX)OH =1.2 


)J 


.... 


121 


Procter 


J. P. [3], 3, 275 


v., 153 


cylic 
















jj jj jj 


)J 





sb. 200 


125 


Ettling 


A., 53, 77 


u 


n v jj 


JJ ) 


JJ 




154 


Kichter 


B., 4, 554 


24, 824 


jj jj jj 


> J 


JJ 


.... 


155 


Wroblevsky 


Z. C. [81 7, 6 


24, 130 


M jj 


)> )1 


JJ 


.... 


155 


Liebermann 


B., 10, 1038 


32, 782 


jj i 





11 


180-190 


155 


Perkin and Hodg 


.... 


37, 488 












kinaon 






" jj 


JJ 


> 




155-156 


Kechenberg 


J. p. [2], 22, 223 


40, 11 


>j jj 


J 


JJ 




156 


Velden 


J. p. [21 15, 151 


32, 337 


JJ " jj 


J ) 


)J 


.... 


156 


Smith, E. F. 


A, C. J., 2, 338 


40, 1035 


J JJ 5i 


" 


JJ 




157 


Petersen 


B., 6, 377 


26, 1133 


JJ j jj 


') ? 


-J) 


.... 


157-6 


Farsky 


0. C. [1877], 148 


34,225 


v JJ 


" 5) 


^JJ 


.... 


158 


Cahours 


A. C. 


v., 153 


Jj jj 


" JJ 


1J 




157 


Kolbe & Lanteman 


G. J. C., 1860 




jj jj 


5' 


J 




155-156 


HUbner 


G. J. C., 1872 




>j jj 


JJ 


JJ 




157 


Vogt & Henninger 


G. J. C., 1873 




J i jj 


J) JJ 


J 


.... 


155-156 


Kcihler 


G. J. G, 1879 




jj j> 


JJ 


J) 




156-158 


Oliveri 


G. I., 13, 263 


46, 174 


j 


=1.3 


>J 




182 


Ador & Oppenheim 


Z. C. [21 7, 22 


24, 131 


j j 


" 


JJ 




189 


Remsen 


Z. C. [2], 7, 294 


24, 1052 


(4th) .... 


? 


JJ 


.... 


188-190 


Fittica 


B., 11, 1208 


34, 980 


jj j .> 


-=1.3 


JJ 


-.. 


190-195 


31iveri 


G. I., 13, 263 


46, 174 


j 





') 




196-197 


Mazzara 


G. I., 9, 425 


38, 164 





u 


?J 


.... 


197 


Conrad 


J. p. [81 15, 241 


32, 485 


j 


n )> 


JJ 




198 


3at 


J. p. [2], 11, 385 


29, 253 


j) 


> 


JJ 




199 


Sarauw 


B., 15, 43 


42, 608 


i) 


-j) 


")J 


.... 


99 


i'etersen 


B., 6, 377 


26, 1133 


jj jj 


- >j 


J 




200 


Earth 


G. J. C., 1870 




j> jj 


J jj 







200 


jiebermann 


B., 10, 1038 


32, 782 


j> jj 


-jj 


JJ 


.. 


200 


r ischer 


G. J. C., 1863 




jj jj 


>J -jj 


J) 


.... 


200 


techenberg 


J. p. [2], 22, 223 


40, 11 


>i jj 


jj -j 


JJ 


.... 


01 


Fittica 


B., 11, 1208 


34, 980 





=1.4 


JJ 





10 p. d. 


SaytzefF 


A., 127, 129 


v., 353 


)l !) 


" jj 


JJ 


.... 


10 


Earth 


G. J. C., 1870 







jj u 


JJ 


.... 


10 


temsen 


Z. C. p], 7, 81 


24, 369 


JJ 11 


" -u 


J* 


.... 


10 


j 


Z. C. [2], 7, 199 


24, 704 


l> )) 


" 5J 


J> 




10 


3 eteraen 


B., 6, 377 


26, 1133 


JJ 





J> 




10 


Velden 


J. p. [2], 15, 151 


32, 337 





J' JJ 


JJ 


-... 


10 


jiebermann 


B., 10, 1038 


32, 782 


1) 


J) .,J 


J) 


.... 


10 


Vogt & Henninger 


G. J. C., 1873 




I) 


" J) 


JJ 


.... 


10 


acobsen 


B., 11, 376 


34, 582 


I) )) 


" -)J 


J) 


.... 


10 


lechenberg 


J. p. [2], 22, 223 


40, 11 


JJ 

Dihydroxybenzaldehyde 


COH.OH.OH = 1.2.5' 


Jj 
jj 


.... 


11 
9 


Jalbiano 
'iemann and Miiller 


G. I., 13, 65 

B., 14, 1986 


44, 1125 
42, 52 


(gentisic) 


















(resorcylic) 


1.2.6 


JJ 


.... 


34-135 


'iemann and Lewy 


B, 9, 1269; 10, 
2212 


4,424 


11 


1.2.4 


JJ 




34-135 


'iemann and 


B., 13, 2379 














Parrisius 






9) 

(protocatechuic) 


1.3.4 


)J 


.... 


50 


'iemann and Koppe 


B., 8, 1123; 9, 
1269 ; 14, 2015 


42,54 


i) 


" u 


) 




50 


lemsen and Fittig 


Z. C. pi 7, 100 


vi., 976 


ii i, 
Aoetylpyromeconk acid 


u 
\H 3 O 2 .OAc 


<w> 4 


.... 


50 
1 


Fittig and Remsen 
Ost 


A., 159, 149 
. p. [2], 19, 187 


4, 939 
6, 708 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



175 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


1 )ihydroxytoluquinone 


C 6 HMe(OH), 1 3 


C 7 H 6 4 


.... 


177 


Zinck6 


B., 16, 1562 


44, 1118 


Oihydroxybenzoic acid 


COOH.OH.OH=1.2.6 


15 


d. 135 


140 d. 


Senhofer and 


W. A., 80, 504 ; 


40, 266 












Brunner 


81, 430, 1044 




55 11 


31 11 


11 




148-167 


v 


B., 13, 2356 


41, 410 


11 11 





11 




s. w. m., 170 


Leeds 


B., 14, 482 


40, 584 


>i 11 





)! 




abt. 180 


Matthiessen and 


16, 350 


iii., 239 












Forster 






11 11 


? 


r> 




180d. 


Beckett and Wright 




29, 299 


11 11 





31 




189 


Remsen 


Z. C. [2], 7, 294 


vii., 1127 


11 11 


= 1.2.3 


11 




192 d. 


Miller 




41, 400 


91 53 


11 55 


11 




304 d. 





B., 16, 81 


41,406 


(g en - 


= 1.2.5 


)1 




183 


Liechti 


As., 7, 144; Z.C. 


41, 401 ; vi., 


tisic) 












[2], 6, 197 


1005 


11 11 


11 11 


11 




183 


Demole 


B., 7, 1437 


28, 253 


11 11 


11 11 


11 


.... 


192 


Hlasiwetz and 


A., 175, 66 


28, 572 












Haberaiann 






51 is 11 


1 51 


55 




193 


Lantemann 


A., 120,311 


iv., 320 ; vi., 
















1005 


5i 11 " 


! 11 


11 


.... 


197 


Senhofer & Sarlay 


M. C., 2, 448 


40, 1140 


11 11 11 


11 51 


1? 




195-197 


P. Frankland 


.... 


37, 750 


11 11 11 


55 11 


11 


.... 


196-197 


Hlasiwetz and 


A., 180, 347 


30,83 












Habermann 






51 35 


J 11 


55 


.... 


196-197 


Goldberg 


J. p. [2], 19, 371 


36, 929 


11 51 11 


5i 11 


11 


.... 


196-197 


Tiemann & Miiller 


B., 14, 1988 


42, 52 


11 V 11 


11 


51 


. 


197 


Rakowski& Lepper 


B., 8, 789 


41,409 


11 11 11 


11 51 


11' 


.... 


200 


Miller 


B., 16, 81 


41, 45 


11 11 11 


= 1.2.4 


H 


.... 


194. 


Ascher 


B., 4, 649 ; A., 


24, 828, 1055 ; 














161,11 


25, 240 ; vii., 
















432 


,,(+3H 2 0) 


31 11 


11 


MM 


148 


) 


51 


ii 


1) 15 


11 11 


11 




194 


Blomstrand 


B., 5, 1090 


26, 506 


11 35 


11 11 


11 


.... 


194 


Fahlberg 


A. C. J., 2, 181 


40, 818 


51 31 


11 11 


11 


.... 


194-198 


Senhofer & Brunne 


W. A., 80, 504; 81 


40, 265 














43, 1044 




15 1) 


11 11 


11 




200 


Tiemann & Eeimer 


B., 12, 997 




3 11 


51 11 


11 




204-206 


Tiemann& Parrisiiu 


B., 13, 2360, 2379 


41, 409 


51 >i (pto- 


= 1.3.4 


11 


.... 


194 


Barth and Schmidt 


G. J. C., 1879 




catechuic) 
















i >i 11 


)1 11 


Jl 




199 


Miller 


.... 


41, 399 


i 11 i 


11 15 


51 


.... 


199 


Malin 




41, 410 


11 11 11 


51 55 


51 




197 c. 


Beckett & Wright 


.... 


29, 473 


11 35 i 


11 15 


11 




199 c. 


>* 


.... 


29, 308 


51 11 


55 15 


j 




198-199 c. 


T 


.... 


29, 287 


i 11 11 


11 51 


31 




199 


Hlasiwetz 


G. J. C., 1864 




11 11 11 


11 11 


11 




199 






iv., 739 


51 11 


15 11 


11 




199 


Fittig and Remsen 


A., 159, 129 


24, 939 


11 11 11 


15 )! 


1> 


.... 


198 


Barth 


G. J. C., 1870 




11 51 11 


51 11 


11 




199 


Ascher 


B., 4, 649 


vii., 432 


>1 5 31 


1) 11 


11 


.... 


199 


Korner 


G. I., 6, 142 


31, 88 


11 15 


= ? 


51 




207 c. 


Hesse 


A., 112, 527 


iii., 215 


1) )1 


=1.3.5 


11 


.... 


220 


Barth & Senhofer 


B., 4, 632 


24,828 


11 11 


31 51 


13 




a. 220 


)> 


A., 159, 222, 164, 


vii., 433 














109 




! 11 


11 11 


11 


.... 


S32-2S3 


Bottinger 


B., 8, 375 




(Jallic acid 


COOH.(OH) 3 = 1.3.4.5 


C,H 6 6 




abt. 200 


Pelouze 


A., 12, - 


36, 160 










99O 




B., 12, 36 






11 51 


1) 




^OnJ 


j 






11 15 "" 


11 11 


11 




225-230 d. 


Robignet 


[1837] 




13 )J "' " 


11 11 


11 




197-200 


Matsmoto 


G. J. G, 1878 












91 n when 


Freda 


G. I., 9, 327 


38, 122 




11 51 


31 




i 1 ' \\ 1 1 1 1 1 
















slowly heated 









176 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Gallic acid 

,, v 
M * 
,, ,, .... 
yj ,, .... .... 
J ) 

Methylphenyl oxide (anisol) 
Benzyl alcohol 


COOH.(OH),= 1.3.4.5 

)> 
jj 
i 

j> j> 
Cgldg.OO-tlj 

C 6 H 5 .CH.,OH 

i) 






C 6 H,Me.OH= ? 

*) 

? 
j 
= 1.3 




> )> 
)> 1 

JJ 

) ) 

=1.2 



JT 
J) 

)) 
) > 
" >J 
I) 

=1.4 

' 
it 


!! 
!> 11 
11 
)' 
)' 
>' 
>< 11 

1) 11 
11 11 

OMe.OH=1.3 

J? 

,, =1-2 

5 M 


C-HA 

)1 

1 

51 




C r H 8 O 

M 

n 
11 

11 
11 
11 
11 
w 
M 

11 
11 

11 



M 

Jl 

11 


M 
11 

11 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 

11 
11 

11 
11 
11 

11 

11 
11 
11 
11 

11 

11 

C;H 8 O 2 

i) 
11 
11 


152 

204-5-205-5 
(743) 
204 
205-207 

206-5 (751-4) 
206-2 c. 
207 

abt. 197 
200 
198 
203 
189-190 
195-200 

196-202 
abt. 192 
193-195 
198-200 

201 
200-204 
201 
185-187 
189 

188 

185-186 
186 
188 
190 
205 

199 
201-5-202 
199-202 

198 
198-199 
197-198 
197-200 
199-202 
198-200 

197 
198 
243 

343-2U 
200 

200 


240-252 whei 
quickly 
heated 
222 
232 
240 
235-240 
240 d. 
Liquid 

Liquid 
b. 18 

Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 
s. 38 
1. f. m. 

8. 14 

Liquid 20 
Liquid 

1. f. m. 

abt. 15 
30-31 
29-8-30-4 
31-31-5 

30 
34 

34-5 
35 
35 
35 
36-37 

s. f. m. 

36 

36 
Liquid 
11 


Freda 

Etti 
11 
11 
Schiif 

11 
Cahours 

\\ 

Bruhl 

Cannizzaro 
Laubenheimer 

Kopp 
Kraut 

Wurtz 
Allen 
Friedel and Crafts 
Bad 
Williamson& Fairlie 
Earth 
Engelhardt and 
Latschinoff 
Gladstone & Tribe 
Kolbe 
Schwarz 
Southworth 
Oppenheim & Pfaff 
Tiemann& Schotten 
Tiemann & Hoppe 
Gerichten & Rossler 
Engelhardt and 
Latschinoff 
'! 
Ihle 
Nevile & Winther 
Kekul6 
Tiemann & Hoppe 
Tiemann & Shotten 
Southworth 
Buff 

Tiemann & Hoppe 
Wurtz 
Jacobsen 
Vogt & Henninger 
Fuchs 
riemaun& Schotten 
Southworth 
Guareschi 
Gladstone & Tribe 
Eugelliardt and 
Latschinoff 
Earth 
Ihle 
Piemann & Parrisius 
Habermann 
Beckett & Wright 
Gratzel 


G. I., 9, 327 

B., 11, 1882 
11 

G. I.',' 9, 1 
B., 12, 37 
A. C. [3], 2, 274 ; 
10,353;&27,43 
A., 200, 139 

J., 7, 585 
A., 164, 289 

A. 
A., 152, 134 

A. C. [4], 25, 108 
An. [1878], 319 
C. R, 86, 884 
J., 22, 448 
7, 232 
Z. C., 13, 624 
Z. C. [1869], 623 

J. p. [2], 8, 41 
M. C., 3, 728 
A., 168, 268 
B., 8, 889 
B., 11, 770 
B., 14, 2013 
B., 11, 1587 
Z. C. [1869], 620 

? 
J. p. [2], 14, 442 

B., 7, 1006 
B., 14, 2013 
B., 11, 769 
A., 168, 273 
B., 4, 378 

B., 14, 2013 
A. C. [4], 25, 108 
B., 11, 376 
C. E., 94, 650 
Z. C., 13, 171 
B., 11, 769 
A., 168, 273 
G. I., 4, 22 

Z. C. [1869], 623 

Z. C., 13, 624 

J. p. [2], 14, 442 
B., 13, 2362 
B., 10, 868 

A. P. [3], 20, 605 


38, 122 

36, 160 
n 
11 
36, 647 
36, 466 
i., 305 

38, 296 

vii., 177 ; 26, 
65 
t, 578 
vi., 335 
vii., 931 
vii., 1163 
36, 182 
34, 670 

ii.,107; vi.,505 
vi., 507 

41, 12 
27, 373 
44, 205 

36, 323 

vi., 507 

1 
31, 708 
37, 631 
vii., 934; 28, 64 

24, 531 ; vii., 
393, 934 

vii., 1163 
34, 582 
42, 729 

27, 584 
41, 10 
vi., 50C 

31, 708 
40, 270 
32, 474 
29, 286 
44, 393 


" i 

T ), .... .... 


,, 

Cresol .... 








































































Methoxybydroxybenzeiie .... 

(guaiacol) 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



177 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Methoxyhydroxybenzene 


OMe.OH-1.2 


C 7 H 8 2 


210 


.... 


J. Williams 


C. C. [1873], 167 


27, 583 


(guaiacol) 
















T> 


> 


n 


205-210 




Hlasiwetz 


A., 106, 366 




11 ) 


i 


i> 


210 




Sobrero 




Watts' Diet. 


1J 


j> ) 


?) 


203-205 




Volckel 


J., 7, 610 




1) J> 


)> 


) 


210 


.... 





G. J. C., 1854 




)) 


n 


)> 


200 




Gorup 


G. J. C., 1867 




)1 


) n 


) 


199 




M 


G. J. C., 1868 







=1-4 





abt. 243 


58 u. c. 


Hlasiwetz and 


A., 177, 339 


29,79 












Habermanii 






J> )> 


) ) 


n 




53 


Tiemann & Miiller 


B., 14, 1989 


42, 52 


Hydroxybenzyl alcohol 


(CH S OH).OH=1.3 


H 


300 p. d. 


67 


Velden 


J. p. [2], 15, 166 


32, 338 


(saligenin) 


= 1.2 


)i 


.... 


s. 82 


Piria 


A., 56, 39 


v., 173 


)i i 


J) 


j 


.... 


82 


Beilstein 


A.,117,83; 128,179 


H 





=1.4 


) 




197-5 


Herzfeld 


B., 10, 1267 


34,65 


/3-Isorcin 


Me.OH.OH= ? 


Jl 


260 


87 


Senhofer 


A., 164, 132 


vil., 1170; 25, 
















1017 


a- (anhydrous) 


=1.2-4 (?) 


)) 


270 


87-88 


Blomstrand and 


B., 5, 1087 














Hakansson 






a- (hydrated) 


)1 J) 


11 




95 


;> 







Dihydroxytoluene (tolu- 


=1.3.4 


i) 




Liquid 


Muller 


C. N., 10, 269 




quinol) 



















)1 )J 


> 


.... 


Liquid 


Tiemann and Nagai 


B., 10, 210 ; 11, 
















672 




51 


J1 ) 


n 




Liquid 


Neville & Whither 


B., 15, 2983 


41, 426 


11 11 


,, = (') 


i 


.... 


69 


Cars tan jen 


J. p. C. [2], 23, 421 


42,612 


11 


= 1.2.4 


j 


.... 


103 


Knecht 


B., 15, 301 


42, 729 


)J 


J> J> 


j 


.... 


103; 104-105 


Wallach 


B., 15, 2835 




11 


) 


H 




104-105 


Neville & Winther 


B., 15, 2981 


41, 423 


1 


J 


)> 


267-270 


.... 


.... 


A., 215, 92 















104-105 


Vogt & Henniuger 


C. E., 94, 650 


42, 729 


(orcinol) 


=1.3.5 


j 


287-290 




Dumas 


A., 27, 140 




i> 


)> )i 


51 


386-290 


86 


Lamparter 


A., 134, 243 


41, 418 


n ) 


> j 


1 




103-108 


Neville & Winther 


B., 15, 2988 


41, 420 


ji 


> 


n 




106-108 


T 


H 


41,418 


>i 


u 


11 


.... 


106-5-108 








n 


+H 2 


i 


)i 




abt. 56 


) J) 





5) 


1 1) 1) 


jj 11 


n 


.... 


54-56 


)) 


)) 


41,420 


1> 


)i 


1) 


.... 


57-58 


Schroder 


B., 12, 1612 




11 M I 


11 


) 




571 


Vogt & Henninger 


A. C. [4], 27, 129 


41, 418 


11 1 JJ 


) >i 


)) 


.... 


58 


Hesse 


G. J. C., 1881 




)> > 


)i i> 





.... 


58 


Lamparter 


A., 134, 243 


41, 418 


1 


=1.2.5 


1) 


.... 


124 


Nietzki 


B., 10, 834 


32, 476 


.... 





) 




124 





B., 10, 1157 


32, 767 


11 .... .... 


JJ il 


1) 


.... 


124-125 ; 


Neville & Winther 


B., 15, 2979 


41, 425 










123-125 








11 "* 


) i 


> 


.... 


125 


Nietzki 


A., 215, 159 


44, 467 


,, 


[C 6 H 3 .Me.(OH) 2 ] 


(C 7 H 8 2 ) a 




204 


Spica 


G. I. [1882], 225 


42, 1065 


Furfuropropionic acid 


CH.C x -(CH 2 ).,COOH 
II 1 >O 


C 7 H 8 3 


.... 


50-51 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 357 


32, 445 




OH.CH/ 














Ethylic pyromucate 


C 4 H 3 .COOEt 


j 


208-210 


34 


Malaguti 


A., 25, 276 


iv., 765 


1 1 " " 


)> 


H 


.... 


33-34 


Jourdan 


B., 16, 659 




Methyl pyrogallol 


C 6 H 2 .Me.(OH) 3 =? 







129 


Hofmann 


B., 12, 1371 


38, 249 


Reduction of quercetiu 


.... 


H 




130 




J. [1864], 562 


v., 5 


Uvic acid (pyrotritartaric) ... 


CH 2 .C.(COOH):CH.CH: 







133 


Bottinger 


A., 172, 242 


27, 1159 




CH.CHOH 
















i 














jj 





u 


.... 


133 


D 


B., 6, 893 


33, 429 


i > > 


.... 


> 


.... 


134-5 


Wislicenus and 


A., 146, 306 


vi., 981 












Stadnicki 






u 'i 


COOH.CHAc.CH : C : CH 2 


n 


.... 


135 


Harrow 




33, 429 


* 








2 A 



178 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Uvic acid (pyrotritartaric) ... 


COOH.CHAc.CH:C:CH 2 


C 7 H 8 2 




135-136 


Harrow 


.... 


33, 434 





1) 


J1 




135-136 





.... 


33, 430 


Hydro-hydroxybenzoic acid 


C 6 H 6 .COOH.OH 


3J 


.... 


273; 274-5 c. 


Emmerling and 


B., 9, 326 


30,85 












Oppenheim 






Teraconic anhydride 




33 \ *) 


270-280 p. d. 




Geisler 


A., 208, 37 


42, 42 


Terebilenic acid 


CMe.,.O.CO.CH I C.COOH 

1 " 1 


C r H 8 4 


.... 


169 


Roser 


B., 15, 296 




Furonic acid .... 


C 6 H 6 O(COOH) 2 


C 7 H 8 O 5 




180 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 695, 1358 


32, 744 


Diacetomesoxalic acid 


6 6 \ ' 


C 7 H 8 3 


.... 


130 


Petrieff 


B., 11,414 


34, 490 ' 


Isoallylene tetracarboxylic 


C(COOH) 2 (CH 2 .COOH) 2 





.... 


151 d. 


Bischoff 


B., 13, 2164 


40, 156 


acid 










i 






From bromamylene dibro- 


C 6 H 6 .O.Et 


C 7 H 10 


125-130 


Liquid 


Reboul 


C. R., 58, 1058 


vi., 120 


mide 
















Tropilene 






180-181 ; 




Ladenburg 


C. R., 93, 517 , 


42, 216 








181-182 




o 


B., 14, 2130 




From a-ethyl-/3-acetopro- 


.... 


C 7 H 10 2 


219 




Thome 




39, 343 


pionic acid 
















Mesitonic lactone 


CMe 2 : CH.CMe.CO.O 


33 


167 


24 


Pinner 


B., 15, 579 


42,942 




L _l 














Pimelic anhydride 


CO.CH 2 .CHPr/s.COO 
i i 


C 7 H 10 3 


245-250 


Liquid 


Kachler 


A., 169, 172 


27, 155 


.... .... 







245-250 


.... 


Roser 


A., 220, 271 


46, 423 


Acrolein diacetate 


C 3 H 4 .(OAc) 2 


C7Hi O 4 


180 


Liquid 


Hiibner & Geuther 


A., 114, 48 


i., 147 ; vi., 97 


Methylic mesaconate 




33 


203 '5 c. 




Anschiitz 


B., 14, 2785 









., 


205 c. 


Liquid 


Perkin 


B., 14, 2542 


39, 556 










210 c. 


Liquid 


33 




H 


citraconate 







212 c. 


Liquid 





B., 14, 2541 


39, 555 







33 


210-5 c. 




Anschiitz 


B., 14, 2785 




itaconate 







210-212-5 







B., 14, 2787 




Carbocaprolactonic acid 


.... 





abt. 260 


68-69 


Hjelt 


B., 16, 335 


44, 656 


Allylsuccinic acid 


COOH.CH(C 3 H 6 ).CH 2 .COOH 







93-94 





B., 16, 334 


a 


Teraconic acid 


C.H^COOH), 


3) 




161-163 


Geisler 


A., 208, 50 


42,42 


Terebic acid 




3) 




168 


Caillot 


A. C. [3], 21, 27 


27, 71 








33 




174 


Hempel 


A., 180, 71 


29, 921 






CHMe 2 .CH.CH(COOH)CO.O 

L J 


33 




174 


Mulck 


A., 180, 45 


29, 924 






CHMe 2 .C(CO).CH(OH). 







175 


Carleton Williams 


B., 6, 1094 


27, 71 






COOH 
















C 7 H 8 2 (OH) 2 







200 






v., 723 




Hydrofuronic acid 


COOH.(CH 2 ),,CO.(CH 2 ) 2 . 


C 7 H 10 O 6 


.... 


112 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 697, 1359 


32, 744 




COOH 














Boheic acid 


.... 


CjH.,0. 




100 


Rochleder 


A., 63, 202 


i., 617 




Chelidoninic acid 




v/ 




195 


Zwenger 


A., 114, 350 


i., 850 


Ethylpentinyl oxide 


Et.O.C 5 H ? 


C 7 H 12 


125-130 




.... 


A., 133, 86 




Diallyl carbinol 


(CH 2 : CH.CH 2 ) 2 CHOH 





148-151 




Kanounikotf and 


A., 185, 149 


32, 298 












Saytzeff 






) 








151 c. 




Saytzeff 


A., 185, 129 


32, 297 


From Ca-isobutyrate 


.... 


n 


150-152 




Barbaglia & Gucci 


B., 13, 1571 


40,35 


Suberone 







176 


.... 


Tilley 


A., 39, 167 


27, 935 





CH.j.CH.j.CH.,^ 





179-181 c. 


.... 


Schorlemmer and 


35, 685 


27, 936 




CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 / 








Dale 




< 




.... 


)3 


180-185 




Ladenburg 


B., 14, 2406 






1 







186 




Boussingault 


A., 19, 308 


27, 935 




Allylic butyrate 


C 3 H 7 .COO.CH 2 .CH : CH 2 


C 7 H 12 2 


abt. 140 


Liquid 


Cahours& Hofmann 


P. T. [1857], 555 


i., 695 


n 33 





H 


abt. 145 




Berthelot and De 


A. C. [3], 48, 289 














Luca 






Ethylic allylacetate 


CH 2 : CH.CH 2 .CH2.COOEt 





133-135 




Wurtz 


J., 21, 446 













142-144 




Zeidler 


B., 8, 1035 ; A., 


29, 368; 32, 437 














187, 39 




Valerylene acetate 


C 6 H 9 .OAc. 


)( 


: bt. 153 


Liquid 


Reboul 


B. S. [2], 8, 190 


vi., 1124 


Ethylic methylcrotonate 


CHMelCMe-COOEt 


J) 


153-155 




Demargay 


C. R., 80, 1400 


30, 70 


(tiglate) 
















" " 


33 


" 


154-156 




Berendes 


B., 10, 836 


32,593 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



179 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic raethylcrotonate 


CHMe : CMe.COOEt 


C 7 H 13 2 


154-156 


.... 


Schmidt 


A. P. [3], 13, 213 


36, 222 


(tiglate) 
















i )> 


1 


)> 


156 


Liquid 


Frankland & Duppa 


18, 133 


36,222;vi.,828 


) 


) 





156 c. 




Geuther & Frohlich 


Z. C. [1870], 26, 


36, 222 ; vii., 














549 


395 


Teracrylic acid 


.... 


ji 


216-218 


Liquid 


Fittig 


B., 10, 521 


32, 432 


,, ,, .... 


.... 


j) 


217-218 


Liquid 


Amthor 


A. P. [3], 18, 356 


42,46 


,, 


.... 


)j 


218 cor. 


1. f. m. 


Fittig and Kraft 


A., 208, 82 


42, 43 


j, 


.... 





.... 


72 


Sarnow 


B., 4, 731 


24, 1046 




from terpenylic acid 




202-204 




Amthor 


A. P. [3], 18, 356 


42, 46 






jj 


202-204 


1. 16 




L JI ) 


42, 45 






JT 


210-212 












j) 
CHMe.CH,.CHEt.CO.O 


7 


219'5 c. 


Liquid 


11 
Young 


A., 216, 38 


43, 173 




i i 


)) 






O 








C3HJ.CH.CHJ.CH2.CO.O 




220 c. 


11 


Fittig 


A., 208, 111 


42, 33 


15 




)J 












jj 


11 


1 


220 c. 


11 


Fittig and Kraft 


A., 208, 88 


42,43 








224-225 




Young 




43, 179 


Methylic ethylacetoacetate ... 


CHEtAc.COOMe 


C 7 H 12 3 


186-8 




Geuther 


J., 18, 303 




11 11 


n 


J) 


1897 c. 


.... 


Brandes 


Z. C. [1866], 457 


vi., 829 


Ethylic a-acetopropionate .... 


CH 3 .CHAc.COOEt 


5 


185-186 




Kohrbeck 


B., 8, 1036 


29, 369 


11 11 .... 


i> 


,, 


187 




Geuther 


J. [1865], 304 


vi., 16 


11 i 


i 


5) 


186-8 


.... 


.... 


A., 138, 335 ; 188, 


vi., 591 














231 




Ethylic /3-acetopropionate .... 


CH 2 Ac.CH a .COOEt 


)> 


203-205 


Liquid 


Conrad 


A., 188, 225 


34, 137 


11 11 " 





JJ 


203-205 


.... 


Grote and Tollens 


B., 10, 1440 


32, 882 


I? 11 *." 


)) 


)) 


200-210 


.... 


Conrad 


B., 11, 2177 


36, 453 


11 11 


)) 


J 


200-201 u.c. 




Grote and Tollens 


B., 10, 1442 


32, 882 








(756) 










11 i " 





)) 


200-201(756) 


.... 


Grote, Kehrer and 


A., 206, 221 


40, 410 








=.205-2 c. 




Tollens 






a-ethyl (3-acetopropionic acid 


CH 2 Ac.CHEt.COOH 


) 


250-252 


1.-15 


Thorne 




39, 340 


Acetopentylic acid 


.... 


M 


210-220 


.*.. 


Hardtmuth 


A., 192, 142 


34, 782 


Mesitonic acid 


CMe 3 : CH.CMe(OH).COOH 







88 


Pinner 


B., 15, 578, 585 


42,942 


.... 





jj 


aso-a^o 


90 


11 


B., 14, 1073 


40, 796 


Hydroxypentinic acid 


.... 


J 


.... 


103-104 


.... 


A. C. [5], 20, 490 




Methyl j3-ethoxycrotonic acid 


.... 







132 


Friedrich 


A., 219, 322 


44, 968 


Propylene diacetate 


CH 3 .CH(OAc).CH 2 (OAc) 


C 7 H 12 4 


180-185 


.... 


.... 


.... 


vi., 965 


11 i 


)) 


11 


186 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A.C. [3], 55,400; 


v., 892; 27, 














C. R., 78, 1773 


977 


11 11 *.* * 


AcO.CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 3 .OAc 


11 


203-205(717) 


.... 


Geromont 


B., 4, 550; A., 


vii., 1021 ; 24, 














158, 369 


697 


11 11 


)) 


11 


209-210 c. 




Reboul 


C. R, 79, 169 


27, 1153 


11 11 .... 





11 


210 




!> 


C. B., 78, 1773 


27, 977 


11 11 





11 


209-210 




11 


A. C. [5], 14, 491 


36, 133 


Ethylic acetolactate 


CH 3 .CH(OAc).COOH 


11 


177 (733) 


Liquid 


Wislicenus 


A., 125, 59 


ill., 460 


, , propionylgly collate .... 


CH 2 (OC 3 H 6 O).COOEt 


11 


200-201 


Liquid 


Senff 


A., 208, 270 


40, 1127 


Butyrolactic acid 


CH 8 .CH(OC 4 H 7 O).COOH 


11 


208 


.... 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 59, 177 


iii., 460 


From akaline camphorate .... 


Fusion with KHO 


11 


.... 


114 


Hlasiwetz and Gra- 


Z. C. [2], 4, 508 


vi., 389 












bowski 






/3-ethylglutanic acid 


CHEt(CH 2 .COOH) 2 


11 


.... 


66 


Kommenos 


A., 218, 145 


46, 423 


a-pimelic acid 


COOH.(CH 2 ) 5 .COOH 


11 


.... 


100 


)ale & Schorlemmer 


A., 199, 148 


35, 686 


a- 11 11 


) 


11 


*.* 


100 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 1358 


34, 4 


a- i, 11 


J 





! 


103 


Schorlemmer & Dale 


B., 7, 808 


27, 936 


"- i, 11 


)> 


H 


.... 


130 


Helms 


B., 8, 1167 


29, 374 


Propylsuccinic acid 


COOH.CHPr.CH 2 .COOH 


11 


MM 


91 


Waltz 


A., 214, 59 ; B., 


44, 46 ; 42, 948 














15, 608 




Isopropylsuccinic acid 


COOH.CHPr/3.CH 2 .COOH 


1 


.... 


abt. 114 


Laurent 


A. C. [2], 66, 163 


iv., 646 


(pimelic) 
















11 11 11 





11 


.<* 


114 


Kachler 


A., 169, 168 


27, 154 


11 11 11 


) 


11 




114 


Mulck 


A., 180, 45 


29, 925 


11 11 11 





11 


.... 


114 


Hjelt 


B., 16, 2621 


46, 297 



2 A 2 



180 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Isopropylsuccinic acid 


COOH.CHPrf.CH 2 .COOH 


C 7 H 12 4 




114 


Roser 


B., 15, 295 ; A., 


42, 717 ; 46, 


(pimelic' 












220, 271 


423 


)i i> 










114 


Waltz 


B., 15, 609 ; A., 


42, 948 ; 44, 40 














214, 60 




Pimelic acid 


C 5 H 10 (COOH) 2 


) 


high temp. 


134 


Bromeis 


A., 35, 104 


iv., 646 


Ethylmethyl succinic acid ... 


COOH.CHEt.CHMe.COOH 


J) 


.... 


158-160 


Young 


43, 180 




Isobutylmalonic acid 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 CH(COOH) 2 





.... 


107 


Guthzeit 


A., 209, 236 


42, 39 


Diethylmalonic acid 


COOH.CEt 2 .COOH 


11 




112 


Conrad 


B., 12, 749 


36, 707 


V >' 


) 


1 




121 


.... 


A., 204, 138 




Diethylic malonate .... 


COOEt.CH 2 .COOEt 


U 


195 


Liquid 


Finkelstein 


A., 133, 349 


vi., 801 





) 





196 


.... 


Bischoff 


B., 15, 1109 


42, 1188 








)) 


197-7-198-2 c. 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 508 


Methylic ethylic succinate ... 


COOMe.CH 2 .CH 2 .COOEt 


1J 


208-2 




Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


Methyl isomannide 


MeO.CHj.CH.CH CH.CH. 


)> 


. 


44-45 


Fauooimier 


B. S., 41, 18 


46, 111 




\/ ' \/ 
















O O 
















CH 2 OH 














Ethylic carboglycollate 


EtO.CO.OCH 2 .COOEt 


C,H 12 5 


abt. 240 


Liquid 


Heintz 


A., 154, 264 


vii., 255 


Glycerin diacetin 


C 3 H 6 (OH)(OAc) 2 


> 


280 


1. 40 


Berthelot 


A. C. [3], 41, 278 


i., 25 


(isomer) .... 








250-253 


.... 


.... 


J. [1876], 343 




Isobutyl tartronic acid 


Me^CH.CHj.qOH). (COOH) 2 


)> 


.... 


110-114 


Guthzeit 


A., 209, 238 


42,40 


Oxypyrolic acid 


.*. 


(?) 




130 


Arppe 


A., 95, 242 


iv., 319 


Quinic acid .... 


MM 


C 7 H 12 6 


.... 


155 


Woskresensky 


A., 24, 257 


v., 10 












161-6 c. 


Hesse 


A., 114, 292 













161-6 c. 


Zwenger & Siebert 


A., 1, 79 


J! 


Ethylvaleryl oxide 


EtO.CH : CMeEt 


C 7 H 14 


111-114 




Eltekoff 


B., 10, 706 




Heptene oxide 


.it. 


J) 


145 


.... 


De Clermont 


B. S. [2], 13, 404 


vii., 868 


CEnanthol 


C 6 H 13 .COH 


) 


151-152 


Liquid 


Stsedeler 


J. [1857], 360; 


iv., 175 ; 26, 














J. p., 72, 240 


1075 




CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 5 .COH 


11 


152 (748-6) 


Liquid 


Cross 


32, 124 




** 


,, .... 


j> 


V 


153-154 c. 


.... 


Perkin 


B., 15, 2802 


43,47 




ji 


r 


152-154 









43,81 







> 





152-2-1B3-2 c. 


.... 


)> 


.... 


45, 477 








155-160 




Bruylants 


B., 8, 415 






11 


? 


154 c. 




Grimshaw & Schor- 


26, 1075 






)J 









lemmer 






, 


') 


is 


155 c. 




Tilley 


A., 75, 249; P.M., 


26, 1073 ; iv., 














33, 81 


175 







J) 


155-156 


.... 


Williamson 


A., 61, 38 


iv., 175 






) 


)) 


155-156 




Bouis 


J., 8, 524 






.... .... 


> 


r, 


155-157 




Neison 




27, 508 




1 


)> 


154-2-154-5 


.... 


Briihl 


A., 200, 102; 203, 












(748) 






28 




.... .... 


1J 


)i 


155-158 


.... 


Bussy 


J. P. [3], 8, 321 


iv., 175 




isomer 


j) 


161-164 


.... 


Fittig 


J., 13, 319 






Metcenanthol 




jj 


230 


5-6 


Bussy 


J. P. [3], 8, 321 


iv., 176 






.... 


) 


260 


5-6 


Bruylauts 


B., 8, 415 






CEnanthol 


Me(CH 2 ) 6 .CH.(OH) 


(C;H 14 0) 4 


d. 115 


52-53 


Perkin 


B., 16, 1034 


43,80 






Me.(CH 2 ) 4 .CH.CH(OH) 
















Me.(CH 2 ) 4 .CH.CH.(OH) 
















1 
















Me.(CH 2 ) 4 .CH.COH 
















.... 


(0 7 H I4 0) n 


Q//\ 


51-52 


Bruylants 


B., 8, 415 


43, 46 




Araylmethyl ketone 


Me.CO.(CH 2 ) 4 .CH 3 


C,H'i 4 


zoU 
155-156 




Borodine 
Schmidt 


. 
B., 5, 597 


vii., 251 








5) 


150-152 




Schorlemmer 


A., 161, 279 ; 


vii., 642 ; 25, 














P. T. [1872], 111 


1086 


I! I) 


H 


)l 


149-152 




Schorlemmer 


.... 


26, 322 


i) 







146-149 




Morgan 




28, 305 


Isoamylmethyl ketone 


Me.CO.CH 2 .CH 2 .CHMe 2 


j 


144-146 




Mixter 


B., 7, 501 


27, 785 


>! )) 


)) 


n 


145 




Demargay 


C. R., 86, 1085 


34, 661 


1 )I 


)) 


)) 


144 c. 




Popoff 


Z. C. [1865], 578 


vii., 251 






COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



381 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Isoamylmethyl ketone 


Me.CO.CH 2 .CH,,CHMe 2 


C 7 H 14 


143-145 


.... 


Grimshaw 


26, 319 


vii., 643 


., j, 





si 


142-144 u. c. 


Liquid 


Rohn 


A., 190, 305 


34, 486 





11 


H 


155-156 




Schmidt 


B., 5, 604 




Amylmethyl ketone 


Me.CO.CH 2 .CMe 3 


J 


125-130 




Butlerow 


A., 189, 78 


34, 125 


ii 


Me.CO.CHEt, 


n 


137-5-139 




Frankland & Duppa 


A., 138, 212 


vi., 768 


?! 





)j 


135-137 u. c. 




Ceresole 


B., 16, 830 




(?) 




51 


182-5 




Geuther 


J. F. P., 6, 160 




U JJ 


Me.CO.CEtMe 2 





131-5-132-5 




Wischnegradsky 


B., 8, 541 


28, 878 


>1 


) 


5> 


142-146 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


26, 319 


vii., 643 


Butylethyl ketone 


ELCO-CH^CHMej 


'I 


132-134 




Geuther, Frohlich 


A., 202, 327 


38, 623 












and Loos 









Et.CO.CMe g 





125-5-126 




Wischnegradsky 


B., 8, 541 


S8, 878 


Dipropyl ketone 


Pr*.CO.Pr 


1) 


144 




Schmidt 


B., 5, 597 


vii., 228; 25, 892 





i) 


') 


144 


.... 


Chancel 


A., 52, 296 ; A. C. 


26, 410 














[3], 12, 146 




,, ,. 


1 


) 


144-145 




Jahn 


B., 13, 2116 







11 


)) 


143-146 




Grimm 


A., 157, 249 


24, 387 


.... 


>1 


; 


144 




Friedel 


J., 11, 295 


i., 698 


,, 


J> 


) 


139-144 




Kurtz 


A., 161, 207 


25, 410 


.... ... 


(0 





175-185 




Freund 


A., 118, 33 


vi., 380 


Propylisopropyl ketone 


Pra.CO.Pr/3 


ii 


137-141 


.... 


Morgan 




28, 304 


Diisopropyl ketone .... .... 


PrP.CO.Prfl 


11 


124-1S6 


Liquid 


Munch 


A., 180, 327 


30,67 





) 


IT 


124-126 




Miinde 


B., 7, 1370 


28,247 


j 





11 


129-130 




Popoff 


B., 6, 1255 




i (?) 


(?) 


11 


135-137 




Markownikoff 







.... (?) 


(?) 


11 


145-150 




Destrem 


B., 16, 227 




Hexylic formate 


H.COO.(CH 2 ) 5 .Me 


C ? H 14 2 


146 


.... 


Freutzch 


B., 16, 745 


44, 1075 


Amy lie acetate 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 4 .OAc 


? 


148-4 (757) 




Lieben and Rossi 


A., 159, 74; G. I., 


vi., 1137; vii., 














1,314 


8 ; 24, 1034 


Isoamylic acetate 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CH. ! .OAc 





140 


.... 


Wanklyn 


18, 30 


vi., 13 


.... .... 


}> 


" 


140 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


J. [1866], 527; 


vi., 13 ; 106 














P.E.S.,15,131 




,, inactive 


)) 


v 


138-6 (743-5) 


Liquid 


Balbiano 


G. I., 6, 229 


31, 293 





) 





135-137 


.... 


Conrad 


A., 186, 228 


32, 435 


Amylic acetate 


C 5 H n .OAc 


51 


138 




Friedel and Crafts 


J. [1864], 460 


vi., 13 


isomeric 


n 





135-140 




Schorlemmer 


P. T. [1872], 111 


vii., 63 


> 


T) 





135-140 


.... 


u 





)) ' 


j) j) " 





) 


137-6 


.... 


Kopp 


A., 96 




.... 


)> 


If 


133-3 


Liquid 


* 


11 


i., 21 





J 


) 


133 




Delffs 


J., 7, 26 




u *" " 


CH 3 .CH 3 .CH.,CHMe.OAc 


jr 


133-135 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A. C. [4], 3, 137 ; 


vi., 113 














Z. G, 11, 490 




.... 


CHEt 2 .OAc 


IT 


132 


.... 


Wagner & Saytzeff 


A, 175, 366 


28, 628 





CHMe 2 .CHMe.OAc 


H 


125 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A. C. [4], 3, 137 


vi., 113 


,, .... 


CMe 2 Et.OAc 





124-125 


.... 


Coninck 


C. R, 92, 413 


40, 444 


u 


)) 


? 


125 


.... 


Cahours 


A., 96 




>- ii 


)) 


jr 


124-5-125-5 


.... 


Menschutkin 


B., 15, 2512 







J 


) 


124-1S4-5 


.... 


Flavitsky 


A., 179, 349 




Butylic propionate 


CH 3 .CH 2 .COO.(CH 2 )3.CH 3 


)) 


14B-99 c. 


.... 


Linnemann 


A., 161, 194; A., 


25, 396; vii., 203 














162, 39 




Isobutylic propionate 


CH 3 .CH 2 .COO.CH 2 .CHMe 2 


) 


135-7 (764) 




Pierre and Puchot 


Z. C., 12, 660 ; 
















A. C. [4], 22, 324 




)> > 





n 


136-8 (760) 


.... 


Schumann 


G. J. C., 1881 




) 


J? 





136-8 


.... 


Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


)! I) 


JJ 


H 


135-8 ; 


.... 


Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2463 


44, 276 








318-7 c.t. 










Propylic butyrate 


CH3.CHJ.CHJ.COOP1" 


IT 


144-3 ; 


.... 


u 





JT 








326-6 c.t. 










,, 


H 


>1 


143-43 


.... 


Linnemann 


A., 161, 33 ; 162, 


vii., 563, 1013 ; 














39 


25, 235 


,, ,, 








142-7 


.... 


Elsasaer 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 





M 


JJ 


139-141 


.... 


Chancel 


C. R., 68 


vi., 964 



182 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Propylic butyrate 


CH,.CH 2 .CHj.COOPr 


C-H 14 2 


137-25 (765 


.... 


Pierre and Puchot 


C. E., 66, 302 


vi., 964 


isobutyrate 


CHMej-COO-Pr" 


11 


135-25 


.... 


11 11 


C. R, 75, 1594 ; 


26, 260 














A. C. [4], 22, 29r 




11 


11 


11 


133-9 


.... 


Elsasaer 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


11 





n 


133-4 ; 


.... 


Pawlewski 


B., 15, 2460 


44, 276 








316-0 e.t. 










11 


) 


n 


130-133 


.... 


.... 


M. C., 2, 689 




Isopropylic butyrate 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .COOPi^ 


11 


abt. 130 




Berthelot 


A., 96 


v., 890 


(inactive 





11 


128 (755) 


Liquid 


Silva 


A., 153, 135 ; 


vi., 966 












) 


Z. C., 12, 508 




n 





11 


135-5 


.... 


.... 


A., 163, 272 ; 
















M. C., 2, 690 




isobutyrate 


CHMe 2 .COOPr" 


)! 


118-121 


.... 


.... 


M. C., 2, 691 




Ethylic valerate 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .COOEt 


11 


144-6c.(736-S 


.... 


Lieben and Rossi 


A., 165, 117 


26, 368 


n i, .. 


H 


! 


144-5 




Kehrer and Tollen 


A., 206, 239 


40, 411 


11 11 .... .. 


j 


N 


144-145 


.... 


Fitz 


B., 14, 1084 




isovalerale 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CO0Et 


11 


135-5 (760) 


.... 


Pierre and Puchot 


C. E., 75, 1594 ; 


vii., 62, 1200 ; 














76, 1332 ; A. C 


26, 260, 1017 














[4], 20, 234 




11 





11 


134-3 


.... 


Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


,1 l, .... 


H 


11 


135-135-25 c 


.... 


Perkin 




46, 501 


1, 11 .... .. 


> 


11 


134-135 


.... 


Frankland & Dupp 


A., 160, 266 










(758-4) 










1, 11 .... 


) 


11 


133-134 


Liquid 


Berthelot 


G. J. C., 1854 


v., 979 


valerate .... 


.... 


11 


133-5 


Liquid 


Otto 


A., 25, 62 


i 


11 


.... 


11 


133 


Liquid 


Kopp 


J., 7, 441 


11 


11 i) 


CKEtMe.COOEt 


11 


132-133 


Liquid 


Saur 


A., 188, 262 ; B. 


34, 27 ; 29, 370 














8, 1037 




i 11 .... 


11 


11 


133-5 


Liquid 


Pagenstecher 


A., 195, 119 


36, 456 


ji n .... ... 


i 


>l 


134-3(760) 




Schumann 


A., 208, 262 




11 .... 


.... 


11 


131-133 






C. R., 94, 1652 




11 11 


.... 


11 


131 


.... 


Delfls 




v., 979 


11 .... ... 


.... 


11 


131 




Kopp 


A., 96 




11 11 .... ... 


CMe 3 .COOEt 


11 


118-5 


Liquid 


Friedel and Silva 


C. E., 77, 48 


26, 1127 


11 11 





11 


118-5 (760) 


I. SO 


Butlerow 


B., 7, 728; A., 173, 


27, 1084; 28, 250 














372 




Methylic caproate 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 .COOMe 


11 


150 


Liquid 


Fehling 


A., 53, 410 


I., 744 


Heptylic acid (cenanthylic) .... 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 5 .COOH 


11 


.... 


1. f. m. 


Schorlemmer 


B., 6, 58 


26, 617 


11 11 





11 


222-224c. 


10-5 


11 


B., 6, 59 


11 


11 n 11 .... 





11 


223-824(763) 


10-5 


Grimsliaw & Schor- 


26, 1076 


vii., 870 












lemmer 






11 ii 11 


M 


11 


223-224 


8 


Franchimont 


B., 5, 786; A., 165, 


vii., 646, 869 ; 








(762-7) 






237 


26, 55 


11 11 11 





>1 


223-224 




Geuther & Frohlich 


A., 202, 288 


38, 623 


11 11 i* 





11 




10-5 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 1286 


34,4 


11 11 11 


M 


11 


222-4 (743-4) 


10 


Lieben & Janecek 


A. 187, 139 


32, 881 


11 11 11 





11 


221-223 


.13 to 14 


Cahours & DemarQay 


C. E., 89, 331 


36, 1037 


11 11 11 


fj 


11 


221-225 




W. H. Perkin, jun. 




43,69 


11 11 11 


JI 


11 


220-225 





n 


B., 15, 2803 


43, 48 


11 11 11 


) 


11 


218-228 




n 




43, 59 


11 ji 11 .... 


T) 


11 


22-5-223-5c; 


.... 


W. H. Perkin 




45,484 








222-222-5 c. 










11 11 11 


) 


11 


220-222 


.... 


Krafft 


B., 11, 1415 


34, 853 


11 i> 11 





11 


219-222 u. c. 




Schorlemmer 


P. T. [1862], 121 ; 


vii., 642; 26, 














[1872], 111 


318, 1074 ; 
















25, 1086 


11 11 11 





11 


218-5-220 




Landolt 


P. A., 117, 379 


26, 1074 








(756-5) 










11 11 ,1 





11 


219 c. 


abt. 5 


Mehlis 


A., 185, 358 


34, 134 


11 11 11 





1> 


218 (726) 




Stoedeler 


J. p., 72,240; J. 


26, 1074 ; iv., 














[1857], 148 


177 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



183 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Heptylic acid (oenanthylic)... 


CHMePr0.CH 2 .COOH 


C 7 H 14 2 


SSQ 


.... 


Geuther, Frohlich 


A., 202, 322 


38, 623 












and Loos 






33 11 3i 


? 


55 


212 


.... 


Strecker 


Lehrb., 5, 96 


iv., 177; 26,1073 


33 33 33 " 


CHMe 2 .(CH 2 ) 3 .COOH 


J5 


218-213 


Liquid 


Poetsch 


A., 218, 56 


44, 729 


1' 11 I) 


CHMe 2 .(CH 2 ) 3 .COOH or 


55 


210-213 u. c 


Liquid 


Grimshaw 


A, 166, 168 


26,314; vii., 




CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.COOH 












642 


33 51 11 


) 


55 


209-213 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


26, 320 


vii., 643 


33 33 33 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.COOH 


J5 


211-213 




Hecht and Munier 


B., 11, 1781 


36, 140 


3) >J 53 


55 


5 


311-5(745-8) 


viscid 25 


Hecht 


A., 209, 309 


42, 40 


13 11 13 


CEt2Me.COOH 


55 


207-208 




Idanoff 


B. S. [2], 26, 450 


31, 454 


11 33 31 


Probably tertiary 


55 


202-203 


20-25 


Menschutkin 


A. C. [5], 23, 14 


40, 886 


13 - 11 13 


? 


55 


148 d. 


Liquid 


Tilley 


A., 39, 160 


iv., 177 ; vii., 
















869; 26, 1072 


Methylpropylallylene glycol 


C 3 H-.OH.CH.C(OH):CHMe 


15 


195-6 c. 


89-5 


Morris 


C. N., 20, 76 


41, 172 




or 
















C 3 H 7 .CH:C(OH).CH(OH)Me 














31 11 


+ H 2 


)5 


.... 


106 


31 


ri 


)5 


(hydrate) 
















Acrole'inacetal 


.... 


J5 


140-145 


.... 


.... 


As., 3, 184 




Ethylio isobutylic carbonate 


CO(OEt)(O.CH 2 .CHMe 2 ) 


C 7 H I4 3 


160-1 c. 




Hose 


A, 205, 246 


40, 252 


Dipropylic carbonate 


CO(OPr) 3 


55 


156-160 




Cahours 


C. R., 77, 745 


27, 38 


31 13 " 


CO(OPr) 2 


55 


160-165 




Eoamer 


B., 6, 1102 


27,39 


33 11 


)5 


55 


168-2 




Rose 


A., 205, 231 


40, 252 


Propylic ethylglycollate 


CH 2 (OEt).COOPr 


15 


166 




Schreiner 


B., 12, 179 ; A, 


36, 522 














197, 8, 21 




Ethylic propylglycollate 


CH 2 (OPra)COOEt 


5) 


184-5 


_.. 


31 


33 31 


13 


ethyllactate 


CH 3 .CH(OEt).COOEt 


)1 


156-5 (757) 




Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 59, 174 


iii., 464 


11 31 


)J 


55 


155 




Schreiner 


A., 197, 13, 21 ; 


36, 522 














B., 12, 179 




a-methoxybutyrate .... 


CH,.CH 2 .CH(OMe)COOEt 


5> 


148 c. 


.... 


3} 


n- 11 


31 


1- 





55 


159-161 


Liquid 


Duvillier 


C. R.,88, 598; A 


36, 523 














C. [5], 17, 553 




Methylic diethoxalate 


CEt 2 (OH).COOMe 


55 


165 


Liquid 


Frankland & Duppa 


P. T. [1866], 309 


iv., 274 














A., 135, 27 




Ethylic ethomethoxalate 


CMeEt(OH).COOEt 


15 


165-5 


Liquid 





11 


iv., 275 


Methylic a-ethoxybutyrate.... 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH(OEt).COOMe 


5) 


156-158 


.... 


Duvillier 


A. C. [5], 17, 540 




Ethylic a-oxyisovalerate 


CHMe 2 .CH(OH).COOEt 


5> 


175 p. d. 


Liquid 


Schmidt and Sacht- 


A., 193, 110 


36, 140 












leben 






Ethylic - 


M e2 .C(OH).CH 2 .COOEt 


55 


180 


.*. 


.. 


A., 197, 73 




Isoamylglycollic acid 


CH 2 (OC 5 H n ).COOH 


15 


235 


Liquid 


Siemens 


J. [1861], 449 


ii., 917 


a-Ethoxyisovaleric acid 


CHMe 2 .CH(OEt).COOH 


)) 


.... 


91-92 


.. 


.*.. 


vii., 883 


Hydroxyheptylic acid 


CH 2 (OH).(CH 2 ) 6 .COOH 


55 


.... 


59-60 


Helms 


B., 8, 1169 


29, 374 


11 33 


CH 3 (CH 2 ) 4 .CH(OH).COOH 


5> 


.... 


65 


Ley 


B., 10, 231 


32, 310 


Hydroxyisoheptylic acid 


C 6 H n .CH(OH).COOH 


55 




60-5 


Frankland & Duppa 


Z. C. [1866], 492 


iv., 276 


Diethylethylenelactic acid .... 


.... 


55 


.... 


38-39 


.... 


J. p. [2], 23, 196 




/3- 


CEt 2 (OH).CH 2 .COOH 


5 


see J. p. [2], 


71-73 (?) 


Schirokoff 


B., 12, 2375 


38, 382 








23, 196 










Ethylene monoisovalerate .... 


CH 2 (OH).CH 2 (O.OC.CH 2 .Prf3) 


55 


abt. 240 


.... 


Lourengo 


A., 114, 123 




Butyringlycerin .... : .. 


C 3 H 5 .(OH) 2 .(O.C 4 H 7 0) 


C 7 H 14 4 




Liquid 40 


Berthelot 


A. C. [3], 41, 261 


i., 696 


Borneaite .. .... . . 




r H o 






r* ' j 


^ "D *7O A)B 








^ 7 n 14 u 6 




9 Art 


jriraru 


C. -K., 16, 4ZO 

~* T? ^7*7 QQF; 


4,915; vii. ,206 

O*9 1 *7A 


Methylether of dambose 




J5 
55 




\J\J 

175 


D 


o. v., / /, yyo 
Z. C. [1871], 335 


37, 170 


Amylethyloxide 


CHMej.CHMe.OEt 


C 7 H 16 


02-103 (742) 


Liquid 


Reboul & Truchot 


C. R., 64, 1243 ; 


vi., 113 














A., 144, 244 




Isoamylethyloxide 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 .OEt 


11 


112 


Liquid 


Williamson 


4, 103, 234 ; A., 


.,205; ii., 537 














77,37 




31 


11 


11 


111-113 


.... 


Guthrie 


A., 81, 79 




31 


33 


13 


112 




Reboul & Truchot 


A., 105, 37 


vi., 113 


31 


11 


31 


112 113 




Sorting 


J. p. [2], 23, 461 


40, 794 



184 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Heptyl alcohol 


CH^CCH^.CH^H 


C 7 H 10 


179 


.... 


Wills 


6,307 


iii., 146 





M 


j> 


178-5 


.... 


Petersen 


A., 117, 69 


)) 


> j 


IT 





177-177-5 


.... 


Stadeler 


J. p., 62, 241 


)) 





)> 


> 


175-5-177-5 


Liquid 


Grimshaw & Schor 


26,1081; 27, 103 


vii., 644, 868, 








(766) 




lemmer 




1025 


> M 


> 


ji 


175-5 (764-1 


Liquid 


Cross 




32, 125 


.... 


H 





170-178 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


A., 161, 279 


25,411; vii.,229 


> 





j 


174-176 




Perkin 


.... 


43,87 


J 





7> 


175-177 c. 


.... 





.... 


45, 472 


l 


H 


J 


170-175 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


P.R.S.[1872], 12 


vii., 642 ; 25, 
















1086; 26,318 


n 


CHMe 2 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CH 2 OH or 





165-170 


.... 





26, 320 


vii., 643 




CH,.(CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.CH 2 OH 














n 9* 








164 


.... 


n 


P. R. S., 14 


vi., 696 


! )J 





)) 


165 


.... 


Grimshaw 


26, 313 


vii., 642 


) 1 "' 


? 





165 




Bouis and Carlet 


A. C. [3], 44 


iii., 146 


)> 


> 


J) 


165 


.... 


n ) 


A., 124, 352 


26, 1081 


> 


j 


> 


165-5 




Schorlemmer 


P. E. S., 14 


vi., 696 


11 )> 





1) 


164-5 







) 


vi., 64, 696 


(from differenl 


)> 


)) 


163-165 ; 







A., 136, 257 




sources) 






164-167 ; 
















163-168 ; 
















164-5 










t , .... 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 4 .CH(OH).CH 3 


>I 


160-16% 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


26, 319; P. T. 


vii., 229, 642 ; 














[1872], 111 


25, 411,1086 


i) .... ... 


>J 





155-160 




Faget 


A., 124, 355 


iii., 146 


n ij ... 





J) 


155-158 




Morgan 


A., 177, 308 


28, 305 





> 





155-157 




Schorlemmer 


P. T. ,[1878], 1 


32, 866 


i > 


T 


)J 


155-5 







.... 


28, 209 


? 


CHMe 2 .CH2.CH 2 .CH(OH). 


n 


148-154 


.... 


Purdie 




39, 467 




GH 3 














> j .... ... 


-ji 


)> 


148-150 




Schorlemmer 


26, 320 


vii., 643 


> i> 





n 


148-150 


1. - 16 


Eohn 


A., 190, 305 


34,468 








7> 


146-148 




Grimshaw 


A., 166, 169 


vii., 642 ; 26, 
















313 


j > 


C 4 H 9 .CH(OH).Et 


> 


140-141 


.... 


.... 


A., 177, 308 ; 
















J. p. [2], 26, 109 




* ..' 


CHMe s .CH 2 .CH(OH).Et 


; 


146-148 




Wagner 


B. S. [2], 36, 306 


42,377 


> 


Pr.CH(OH).Pr 


J> 


149-150 




Kurtz 


A., 161, 205 


vii., 228, 1025 ; 
















25, 411 





Pr.CH(OH).Pn5 


) 


140-141 


.... 


Morgan 


A., 177, 308 


28, 304 





Prf.CH(OH).Pr 


n 


131-132 


Liquid 


Munch 


A., 180, 334 


30, 68 











130-131 


Liquid 


Munde 


B., 7, 1370 


28, 247 


n 


CEt,OH 


i) 


140-142 


1. -20 


Nahapetian 


Z. C. [2], 7, 274 


24, 1035 ; vii., 
















1182 


> 
> > 


JI 

CHMe 2 .CH3.C(OH).Me 2 




)> 


141 
129-131 


I. 20 


Ladenburg 
Pawlow 


A., 164, 300 
B., 7, 729 


26, 50 

27, 1076 





(?) 





130 


.... 


Vtarkownikoff 


Z. C. [2], 7, 263 


24, 1028 


.... .... 


M 





130 


.... 




A., 173, 192 




> 


CHMeEt.C(OH).Me 2 





38-140 (750) 


Liquid 


taschirsky 


C. C. [1881], 278 


42,37 


)> > 


) 





188-140 


I. SO 




B., 11, 985 


36, 46 


> 


CMe 3 .C(OH).Me 2 





131 


17 


Sutlerow 


A., 177, 176 


28, 1249 


> j> 





jj 


131-132 


17 




B., 8, 166 




i> (hydrate) .... 


+ JH 2 


i 




83 


j> 

) 


B., 8, 165 




' 


> 


) 


.... 


83 


aschirsky 


B., 14, 2065 








i> 
CPrEtMe(OH) 




); 


135-138 


81 
Liquid 


5ogornolez 
3 awlow 


B., 14, 2066 
B.,9,1311;C.C., 


31, 58 ; 32, 732 














76, 770 ; A., 
















187, 104 







CPrfEtMe(OH) 


) 


24-127 










i) 


tertiary 





23-132 







Z. C. [18711269 


n 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



185 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Ethylpropyl acetal 


CH 3 .CH(OEt)(OPr) 


C 7 H 16 2 


124-126 




Bachmaim 


A., 218, 38 


44, 727 


Methylbutyl acetal 


CH,.CH(OMe)(OC 4 H 9 ) 


)I 


125-127 


.... 


jj 





J) 


Propylidene acetal 


Et.CH(OEt) 2 


JJ 


93 


Liquid 


Gramont 


C. E., 97, 173 


46,35 


Dimethyl valeral 


C 4 H 9 .CH(OMe) 2 


J> 


124 




Alsberg 


J., 17, 486 


v., 974 


Trimethyletliyl glycol 


CMe 2 .OH.CMeEtOH 


) 


177 




Wurtz 


A., 179, 340 


29, 545 


Triethylic orthoformate 


CH(OEt) 3 


C 7 H 16 3 


145 


.... 


Pinner 


B., 16, 1643 


44, 1089 


jj >j 


M 


) 


144 


.... 


j 


B., 16, 356 




jj jj " 


: 





145-146 


1. 18 


Williamson & Kay 


P. R S., 7, 135 ; 


vi., 622 














A., 92, 347 




i) jj ... 


>j 


M 


146-148 


1. 18 


Ladenburg and 


B. S. [2], 9 ; A., 


jj 












Wichelhaus 


152, 164, 356 




> jj 


M 





145-147 




Deutsch 


B., 12, 116 


36, 453 


Diethyl glycerol (diethyline) 


C 3 H 5 (OH)(OEt) 2 





abt 191 


.... 


Berthelot 


J., 7, 450 




Methylpropylallylene glycol 


C 7 H 12 (OH) 2 .H 2 


1> 


.... 


106 d. 


Morris 




41, 172 


Phthalic anhydride .... 


C 6 H 4 .CO.O.CO=l-2 


C 8 H 4 3 




105 


Laurent 


A., 19, 42 


iv.,631;vi.,944 


jj jj 


> 





275 


.... 


Troost 


G. J. C., 1879 




jj jj .... 


1> 


I 


277 


.... 


Grsebe 


B., 5, 15 


25, 295 


jj ji .... 


51 ) 





275 


Solid 


Ador 


A., 164, 229 


vii., 979; 86, 66 











.... 


127 





A. C. [4], 26,417 


26, 393 


jj jj 


1> 







127 


Anschiitz 


B., 10, 326 




jj jj .... 


JJ 





276 


127 





B., 10, 1881 


84, 136 


jj jj .". 





H 


.... 


128 


Hermann 


.... 


vi., 944 


jj jj 


) 


)) 


276 


128 


Lessen 


A., 144, 47 


jj 


jj jj ' 


J )> 





275 


127-128 


Carius 


G. J. C., 1868 


994 


jj jj 


i' J 


> 


.... 


128 


A. J. Smith 


.... 


35, 791 


jj jj 


IJ )) 


)j 




128 


Piccard 


A., 196, 48 




)> 


)> ) 





.... 


129 


Grsebe and Born 


.... 


vi., 944 


jj jj " 








.... 


128-5-129-5 


Japp and Miller 


.... 


39, 223 


Hydroxyphthalic anhydride 


C 6 H 3 (OH).CO.O.CO=:1.2.3 


C 8 H 4 4 


.... 


145 


Jacobseu 


B., 16, 1962 


44, 1124 


jj j 


=1.3.4 







165-166 


Miller 


B., 11, 1193 


34, 983 


jj jj 





)) 


8. b. 200-210 


165-166 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 1082 


38, 785 


Coumarone 


C.H 4 .CH : CH.O 

1 J 


C 8 H 6 


168-5-169-5 


L 18 


Fittig and Ebert 


A., 216, 169 


44, 474 




Benzacrylic acid 


C 6 H 6 .C.COOH 


C 8 H 6 2 




101 


Pfankuch 


J. p. [2], 6, 97 


26, 363 


Isotoylic aldehyde 


meta- 


)) 


199 


Liquid 


Gundelach 


B. S. [2], 26, 43 


30, 514 


Hydroxyphenylacetic lactone 


C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .CO.O=1.2 





237 


49 


Baeyer and Fritsch 


B., 17, 973 


46, 1022 


Oxymethylbenzoic anhydride 


C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .O.CO=1.2 


) 




65 


Kolbe and Wischin 


19, 339 


vi., 81, 943 


jj 


i) i) 







67 


jj 


Z. C. [2], 2, 315 


34,66 


ii 





1 


.... 


73 


Hessert 


B., 10, 1445; 11, 


J) 














238 




Isophthalic aldehyde 


C 6 H 4 (COH) 2 =1.3 


) 


.... 


88 


Grimaux 


C. R, 83, 825 


31, 206 


Terephthalic aldehyde 


=1.4 


)> 


.... 


114-115 


j 


jj 


jj 


jj jj ... 




(C 8 H 6 2 ). 


.... 


170-174 








Phenylglyoxylic acid 


C 6 H 6 .CO.COOH 


C 8 H 6 3 


.... 


65-66 


Claisen 


B., 10, 844 


32, 616 


jj jj 


)) 


)) 


.... 


65-66 


jj 


B., 10, 430 


32, 423 


jj jj 


)> 


)) 


.... 


111 


Hiibner & Buchka 


B., 10, 479 


32, 485 


Salicylglycollic anhydride .... 


C 6 H 4 .CH(OH).COO 
ii 


J 




crystalline 


Ploschl 


B., 14, 1317 


48,515 


Piperonal 


C 6 H 3 (COH).O.CH 2 .0=1.3.4 


) 


263 


37 


Fittig and Mielck 


A., 152, 36 


vi., 948 




/3-Hydroxyiaophthalaldehyde 


C 6 H 3 .OH.(COH) 2 =1.2.6 


J> 




88 


Voswinckel 


B., 15, 2023 


44, 190 


" JJ 


=1.2.4 


jj 




108 




B., 15, 2022 




Phthalic acid 


C 6 H 4 .(COOH) 2 =1.2 


C 8 H 6 4 


.... 


129 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 225 


31, 601 












.... 


[80 


Carius 


j. J. C., 1868 






" 


j) 




170-180 


jj 


Z. C. [2], 4, 705 


vi., 941 




ii 


j) 


.... 


182 


Japp and Miller 




39, 223 












184 


Lessen 


A., 144, 71 


vi., 941 




" 


)> 




185 


Petersen 


B., 6, 377 


26, 1133 



2 B 



186 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Plithalic acid (perfect crystals) 


C 6 H 4 .(COOH) 2 =1.2 


C 9 H 6 4 




213 


Ador 


G. J. C., 1872 




(ditto powdered^ 




1 


.... 


203 


D 







Isophthalic acid 


=1.3 







275 


Ador & Oppenheim 


Z. C. [2], 7, 22 


24, 131 





J 


)1 


.... 


a. 300 


Petersen 


B., 6, 377 


26, 1133 





i) )J 


1) 


.... 


a. 300 


Fittig and Velgutli 


Z. C. [2], 3, 526 


vi., 942 





) 


)I 




a. 300 


Meyer 


A., 156, 265 


vii., 134, 978 


11 11 


JJ 


)> 


.... 


310-315 


Tilden 


45,46 




11 11 





JI 


.... 


a. 320 


Korner & Monselise 


G. I., 6, 133 


31,81 


Perephthalic acid .... ... 


=1.4 





.... 


n. f. 


.... 


.... 


v., 725 


,, 





) 


.... 


n. f. 


.... 


.... 


vi., 942 


I! 





1) 


.... 


n. f. a. 300 


Petersen 


B., 6, 377 


26, 1133 


11 11 


5) )) 


5) 




s. w. m. 


Carnelley 


.... 


29, 19 


11 11 


) 





.... 


n.f. 


11 




32, 658 


Hydroxyphenylglyoxylic acid 


C 8 H 4 (OH)(CO.COOH)= 1.2 







43-44 


Baeyer and Fritsch 


B., 17, 974 




Piperonylic acid 


C 6 H 3 (COOH).O.CH S .O=1.3.4 


T) 


.... 


227 


Fittig and Remsen 


A., 159, 139 ; 


vii., 984 ; 24, 




1 1 










Z. C. [2], 7, 289 


936, 1051 




i i " 


5) 


)J 


sb. b. 227 


227-5-228-5 


> 11 


Z. C. [2], 6, 101 


vi., 949 


,, .... .... 


) )J 


JJ 




229 


Jobst and Hesse 


B., 11, 1031 


34, 733 


Aldehydo-hydroxybenzoic 


COOH.OH.COH=1.3.6 


)> 


d. 


Liquid 


Tiemann and Land- 


B., 12, 1340 




acid 










shoff 






11 11 11 


=1.2.3 


J) 


.... 


166 


Reimer & Tiemann 


B., 9, 1273 


31, 83 


11 11 n 


i) 


|, 


.... 


179 


11 >! 


B., 10, 1565 ; 12, 


34, 227 














1341 




i* n 11 


=1.3.4 


M 




234 


Tiemann and Land- 


B., 12, 1335 


36, 928 












shoff 






!1 11 11 


=1.4.5 


tl 


.... 


243-244 


Reimer & Tiemann 


B., 9, 1274; 10, 


81, 83 














1567 ; 12, 1340 




11 11 


=1.2.5 


J 


. 


248-249 


11 i 


B., 9, 1271 ; 10, 


JJ 














1564 ; 12, 1340 




Resorcyl dialdehyde.... 


(OH) ? .(COH) 2 =1.3.?.? 







127 


Tiemann and Lewy 


B., 10, 2211 


34, 423 


Hydroxyphthalic acid 


(COOH),,.OH=1.2.4 


e 8 H 6 o 6 




177-180 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 42 


40, 599 


11 11 


'i 11 







abt. 180 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 1079 


32, 785 


11 i, 


11 !> 


i) 




180 


Goldschmidt and 


M. C., 3, 135 


42,617 












Herzig 






11 11 


11 11 


5> 




180 d. 


Miller 


B., 11, 1193 


34,983 


11 11 


11 


)J 


.... 


181 


Schall 


B., 12, 833 


36, 794 





=1.2.3 


)) 




200 


Jacobsen 


B., 16, 1962 


44, 1124 


Hydroxyisophthalic acid .... 


=1.3.2 







239-240 


Hesse 


B., 10, 2195 







11 ii 


3 




239 


Schall 


B., 12, 832 


36, 794 


11 11 


11 11 


5) 




240-243 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 902 




11 


11 


JJ 


.... 


243-244 


Tiemann & Reimer 


B., 10, 1570 


34,228 


i 


=1.3.4 







270-280 


Ost 


J. p. [2], 14, 103 


30, 522 


i) 


11 >. 


J5 


.... 


283-285 c. 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 378, 898 


34, 583 


<1 ,1 


11 


) 


.... 


283-284 


Ciamician 


W. A. ?, 346 


40, 247 


11 11 


>i 


J) 




298-299 c. 


Isles and Remsen 


B., 11, 580 




)) 11 


i) 





.... 


300 


Tiemann & Reimer 


B., 10, 1572 


34, 228 


1) 11 


11 


1) 


.... 


305-306 u.c. 


Schall 


B., 12, 833 


36, 795 


)) ,1 


=1.3.5 







288 


Lonnies 


B., 13, 705 


40, 50 


11 1! 


11 


)) 




284-285 


Heine 


B., 13, 495 


38, 549 


11 ,, 


11 





.... 


280 


Goldschmidt and 


M. C., 3, 131 


42, 617 


Hydroxyterephthalic acid .... 


=1.4.3 


)) 




n. f. 280 


Herzig 
Schall 


B., 12, 832 


36, 794 


,1 


11 ., 


)J 


.... 


s. w. m. 


De la Rue and 


A., 121, 96 ; B., 














MUller 


12, 1341 




,, 


" 11 


?) 


.... 


s. w. m. 


Burkhardt 


B., 10, 145 




11 11 


>i 


)) 




s. w. m. 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 381, & 571 




11 11 


11 


) 




s. w. m. 


Tiemann and Land- 


B., 12, 1336 














shoff 






11 


>i 


) 




d. 340 


Barth and Schreder 


B., 12, 1260 




! 


" 11 


)) 




n. f. a. 300 


Schall 


B., 12, 836 


36, 794 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



187 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hydroxyterephthalic acid ... 


(COOH) 2 .OH=1.4.3 


C 8 H 6 5 


.... 


n. f. a. 300 


Tiemann 


B., 12, 1341 




jj 





1> 




s.w.m. a. 300 


Eenisen and Hall 


A. C. J., 2, 50 


42, 186 


ii 





11 


.... 


n. f. 330 


Fischli 


B., 12, 621 


36, 639 


Noropianic acid 


COOH.(OH) 2 .COH=1.3.4.? 


3 




171 c. 


Wright 


J. [1877], 770 


32, 547 


Isonoropianic acid 


=1.3.4.5 


1J 




240 d. 


Tiemaun and Men- 


B., 10, 400 


32, 488, 547 












delsohn 






Resorcinoldicarboxylic acid... 


(OH) 2 .(COOH) 2 =1.3.4.6.(?) 


C 8 H d 6 




192 d. 


Tiemann and Lewy 


B., 10, 2212 




P- ,> !) - 


=1.3.5.? 


J 




250 p. d. 


Senhofer& Brunner 


W. A., 80, 504 ; 


40, 266 














81, 430, 1044 




- 


=1.3.4.? 


)> 


.... 


276 


)> ji 


)I 


40, 265 


Gallocarboxylic acid.... " ** 


(OH) 3 .(COOH) 2 =1.2.3.4.5 


C 8 H 6 7 




270 d. 


j> 


M.C.,1,468;4,181 


40, 267 


Tuluic aldehyde 


C 6 H 4 .Me.COH=1.2 


C 8 H 8 


200 


Liquid 


Bayman 


B. S. [2], 27, 498 


32, 894 


i 


=1.3 


)) 


198 




Etard 


A. C. [5], 22, 218 


40, 582 





51 11 


1> 


200 


Liquid 


.... 




vi., 1108 





' J 


)) 


200 


.... 


Etard 


C. K., 90, 534 


38, 468 





=1.4 





204 


Liquid 


Cannizzaro 


A., 96, 216 


v., 864 


)> 


> )> 





204 


.... 




A., 124, 254 




Phenylacetaldehyde 


C5H5.CH.J.COH 





192-193 


-10 


Etard 


A. C. [5], 22, 248 


40, 582 


,, .... ... 


)) 





193-194 




.... 


A., 119, 254 










11 


205-207 d. 


Liquid 


Radziszewsky 


B., 9, 372 


30,78 


Phenylmethylketone (benzo- 
















phenone) 


Ph.CO.Me 


)) 


199 




Schmidt & Fieberg 


B., 6, 498 


27, 75 


5) II 


) 


)) 


198 


.... 


Friedel 


J., 10, 270 




V 


)) 





199-200 




Popoff 


B., 4, 720 


24, 1057; 4<!, 
















990 


)> 


)) 


1) 


abt. 200 


16-17 


Friedel & Balsohn 


B. S. [2], 35, 54 


40, 279 





11 


n 




20-5 


Staedel and Klein- 


B., 13, 836 


38, 659 












schmidt 






Styrolene a-pinacolin 


CHPh.O.CHj 





260 (50) 


Liquid 


Breuer and Zinckfi 


B., 11, 1402; A., 


34,886 














216, 301 




Phenoxyethylene 


CH 2 : CH.OPh 


i) 


170 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. R, 96, 1233 


44, 803 


Phenylethylene oxide 
















(polymer) 


.... 


(C 8 H 8 0). 




171 


Plochl 


B , 16, 2815 


46, 605 


Tolylene anhydride 


.... 







a. 275 


Grimaux 


C. E., 73, 1383 


26, 136 


Condensation product 


.... 


> 


.... 


300 




A., 155, 343 




Furfuroquartenylic acid 


.... 


C 8 H 8 2 




107 


Schmidt 


B., 14, 575 


40, 573 


Furfurocrotonic aldehyde .... 


C 4 H 3 O.CH :CH.CHj.COOH(?) 


)> 


.... 


121 (111) 


j> 


1) 





Furfurylidene acetone 


C 4 H 3 O.CH:CH.CO.Me 


)! 


135-137 


39-40 


Claisen 


B., 14, 2469 ; see 


42, 513 






)) 


(33-34) 






B., 14, 1459 




Phenylic acetate 


CH a COOPh 


11 


188 


.... 


Scrugham 


J., 7, 605 




, ,, 


)> 


J1 


190 


Liquid 


D 


7,241 


i., 24 


jj .... .... 





U 


190-194 


.... 


Guareschi 


G. I., 3, 398 


27, 262 





1 


11 


193 


Liquid 


Perkin&Hodgkinson 


.... 


37, 487 


,, ,, .... 


> 


11 


200 


Liquid 


Broughton 


18, 21 


vi., 18 


Methylic benzoate 


C 6 H 6 .COOMe 


11 


196 


.... 


Ramsay 




39, 64 


j, .... .... 


)) 


)1 


198-5 (761) ; 


Liquid 


Kopp 


A., 94, 307 


i., 552 








199-2 (746) 


Liquid 








,, 


)) 


)) 


199-2 




Buff 


.... 


44, 990 


.... .... 


I) 


1) 


198-75 




Scharling 


G. J. C., 1856 




,) j, 


)) 


1) 


198-5 


.... 


Dumas and Peligot 


A. C. [2], 58, 50 




Benzoyl carbinol 


C 6 H 5 .CO.CH 2 OH 


11 


.... 


86 


Hunaus and Zincke 


B., 10, 1487 


34, 224 


,, 


)> 


(?) 


202-203 


.... 


Emmerling&Euglei 1 


B., 6, 1006 




,, 


J) 


11 




84 


Hunnius 


B., 10, 2010 




(hydrate) .... 





)1 




73-74 




A., 216, 303 




i j) 


)J 


U 


.... 


75 


Hunnius 


B., 10, 2010 




a-Toluic acid (phenyl acetic) 


C'eHj-CH^COOH 


11 




76-4 


Schiff 


G. I., 14, 181; A., 


46, 1089 














223, 24 




v > n 


11 


11 


.... 


76 


Zinck6 


B., 2, 738 




) > 


Jl 


) 




76-5 


Slawik 


B., 7, 1053 




**~ v * 


)> 


11 


.... 


75-5 


Barbaglia 


B., 5, 270 


25, 490 


M )> 


11 


)) 


262 u. c.= 


76-5 


Mbller & Strecker 


J., 12, 299 


v., 863 








265-5 e. 






i 





2 B 2 



188 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


u-Toluic acid (phenyl acetic) 
i 11 11 11 

11 11 11 11 
11 11 11 11 
11 11 11 11 
)) )! 1! 

Toluic acid (mixture) 

ii 11 
j> 
11 11 

!) 1, 
11 ) .... .... 
11 11 .... ... 

,) ,, 
11 11 .... 
11 J .... 
1) >, 
11 11 .... .... 


C 6 H 5 .CHj.COOH 

JJ 
3) 
)) 
JJ 
JJ 

C 6 H 4 .Me.COOH=1.3 

J) JJ 
JJ 
)) J 

=1.2 

JJ 

JJ JJ 

J J) 
J JJ 
JJ )J 
JJ 
)> JJ 

= 1.3 

ii 
11 11 
11 11 
11 11 
11 11 
11 11 
11 11 
11 11 
" 11 
11 11 
11 11 
11 
i, =1.4 

11 !> 
11 11 
!> 
11 11 
11 11 
11 
11 11 

11 11 
11 11 
11 
11 
11 11 
11 
11 

11 11 
11 
'1 11 
11 
11 
11 
" 11 
' 11 
" !> 

C 6 H 4 .OMe.COH=1.2 
'i 


C 8 H 8 2 

)5 
)) 
J) 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
J 
J) 
JJ 
JJ 
)J 
)I 

) 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 

JJ 
11 
J 
JJ 
JJ 
J 
J> 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
)J 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
)J 

n 

jj 
j 
jj 
)j 
I? 
jj 
) 


264=275 c. 
C 8 H 9 2 

11 
11 
11 
11 
n 
11 
11 
11 


263 

274-275 
230-233 u. c. 
238 


75 
76 
76-76-4 
76 
76-5 
76-77 
85 
90 
90-93 
90-93 
102 
102 
102 

102 
102 
102 
102-5 
104-105 

105 
105 
105 
105-106 
106 
105-106 
108-109 
109 
109-110 
109-5 
110 
110 
a. 100 
173-176 
175-175-5 
175 
175-176 
175-176 
176 
176 
176 

176 
176 
176 
176 
176 
176 
176-177 
=178-179 c. 
177 

177 
177 
177 
177 
177-178 
178 
180 
jiquid 
Liquid 


Salkowski 

11 
Krant 
Hodgkinson 
Radziszewsky 
Weddige 
Tawildarow 
Wurtz 
Bieber and Fittig 
Ahrens 
Bieber and Fittig 
Ador and Eilliet 
Eamsay and Fittig 

11 11 
Weith 
Merz and Weith 
Kekulg 
Jannasch & Hubne 

Fittig 

11 
Etard 
Bruckner 
Bottinger & Ramsay 
Richter 

11 
Tilden 
Bottinger 
Weith and Landolt 
Jacobsen 
Ador and Rilliet 

Gerichten 
Kekul6 
Bechler 
Kekule" & Fleischer 
Merz 
Fittig 
Wurtz 
Landolph 

Tilden 
Kekule 
Jannasch & Hiibner 
Bottinger & Ramsay 
Nietzski 
Bruylants 
Beckett and Wright 

Fittica 
? 
Sempel 
Merz and Weith 
Weith 
Gerichten 
Ador and Craffts 
Homeyer 
Fischli 
Japp & Streatfield 
Perkin 


B., 12, 649 
B., 12, 701 

A., 148, 242 

B., 9, 372 

J. p. [2], 7, 99 
Z. C., 6, 419 
C. R., 70, 350 
Z. C. [6], 496 
Z. C. [2], 5, 102 
Z. C. [2], 6, 496 
B., 12, 2301 
Z. C. [2], 7, 584 

A., 168, 242 
B., 7, 723 
B., 10, 752 
B., 7, 1007 
Z. C. [2], 7,706; 
A., 170, 117 
B., 5, 954 
B., 5, 268 
A. C. [5], 22, 218 
B., 9, 406 
A., 168, 253 
B., 5, 426 

11 
45, 416 
A., 168, 253 
B., 8, 720 
B., 14, 2347 
B., 12, 2300 

B., 9, 258 

B. S., 2, 46 
J. p. [2], 8, 167 
B., 6, 1087 
Z. C. [2], 4, 33 

C. R., 68, 1298 
B., 5, 267 

B., 6, 437 
Z. C. [2], 7, 706 
A., 168, 253 
A. P. [3], iv., 317 
J. Ph. [4], 26, 393 

A., 172, 303 
? 
A., 180, 71 
B., 10, 746 
B., 6, 421 
B., 10, 1251 
B., 10, 2176 
A. P. [3], v., 293 
B., 12, 615 

A., 145, 302 


36, 814 

37, 482 
30, 78 
26, 1241 
25, 692 

11 
vi., 1100 
vii., 1175 
vi., 1100 

25, 491 ; vii., 
1174 
27,68 

32, 602 
28,64 
vii., 1208 ; 27, 
258 
26, 277 
vii., 1175 
40, 582 
30, 86 
27,69 
25,692 
11 

27, 69 
42, 185 

v., 862 
30,78 
v., 862 
27, 472 
27,65 
vi., 1100 
11 
11 
25, 473; vii., 
1175 
33, 251 
26, 889 
vii., 1208 
27, 69 
27, 892 
34, 158 
29,5 

28,60 

29, 921 
32, 602 

34, 49, 787 
34, 405 
29, 244 
36, 638 
41, 153 
20, 419; vi., 
1008 


11 ,, .... .... 






(cryst. from water 
(sublimed) 


>i .... .... .... 











































>! 1! 










Methoxybenzaldehyde 
11 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



189 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methoxybenzaldehyde 


C s H 4 .OMe.COH=1.2 


C 8 H S 2 




35 


Voswinckel 


B., 15, 2024 


44, 190 





=1.3 


)) 


230 


Liquid 


Tiemann & Ludwig 


B., 15, 2048 


44, 189 


11 


=1.4 





247-248 


.... 


Eossel 


A., 151, 25 


vi., 174 








(733'5) 










11 .... 


11 


5) 


248 




Tieman n & Herzf elc 


B., 10, 63 


32, 893 


.... 


J )> 





250 u. c. 




Bucking 


B., 9, 528 




, 


)> )1 


)) 


253-255 


Liquid 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 14, 484 ; 


i., 307 














23, 354 




Hydroxytoluic aldehyde 


Me.OH.COH=? 


)) 


206-208 


Liquid 


Barbier 


B. S. [2], 33, 52 


38, 468 


i) 


=1.2.3 


) 


208-209 


17 


Tiemann & Schotten 


B., 11, 772 




11 tt " 


=1.3.4 


51 


222-223 


54 


11 11 


B., 11, 773 


34, 876 


11 


=1.4.5 


) 


217-218 


56 


11 11 


11 


11 


11 11 


= 1.3.6 







110 


n n 


11 


11 


i) 


= 1.2.5 


) 




115 


11 11 


B., 11, 772 





11 i 


=? 


)> 




120 


Barbier 


B. S. [2], 33, 52 


38, 468 


Xyloquinone (phlorone) 


C 6 H 2 .Me 2 :0 2 =? 


J> 




60-62 


Eoumier & Bouilhon 


C. R, 55, 214 


iv., 496; vi., 
















928 


i) 


=1.4.2.5 





.... 


a. 100 


Von Bad 


A., 151, 158 


vi., 928 


11 i " 





)> 




123-5 


Carstanjen 


J. p. [2], 23, 421 


42, 612 


11 i > 


J> 


) 


.... 


125 


JRoumier& Bouihlon 


C. E. [55], 214 


iv., 496 


11 


) 


J 


sb. 125 


125 


Nietzki 


B., 13, 472 ; A., 


38, 553; 44, 














215, 168 


467 


? acid 


C 8 H 10 O a (?) 





.... 


176 


Salkowski 


B., 8, 1462 


29, 599 


Phenoxyacetic acid 


CH 2 (OPh).COOH 


C 8 H 8 3 


285 p. d. 


96 


Fritzsche 


J. p. [2], 20, 267 


38, 319 


Phenylglycollic acid 


CHPh(OH).COOH 


)> 




Liquid 


Ploschl 


B., 14, 1316 


42, 515 


(man- 








.... 


115 


Muller 


A. P. [3], 2, 385, 


26, 1038 


delic) 












389 




> 11 n 


J 


)) 




115-118 


Breur and Zincke 


B., 13, 635 


38, 645 


11 j) n 


)J 


)) 


.... 


117-118 


Claisen 


B., 10, 847 




1! !! 










118 


Wallach 


A., 193, 38 




11 11 11 


)> 





.... 


118 


Lewkowitsch 


B., 16, 1565, 1568 


44, 1124 


Paramandelic acid 


.... 


J) 


.... 


132-8 


11 


11 


11 


Methylic hydroxybenzoate .... 


C 6 H 4 .OH.COOMe=1.2 





217 


.... 


Kamsay 


.... 


39, 64 


11 





)) 


218 


.... 


Pettigrew 


P. J. T. [3], 14, 


46, 459 














167 




11 i 


> 


V 


tM 


Liquid 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 10, 327 


ii., 825 ; v., 161 


11 n 


u 


51 


.... 


224 c. 




A. 




11 ,1 


=1.4 





283 


17 


Ladenburg & Fitz 


A., 141, 250 


vi., 898 


Hydroxyphenylacetic acid .... 


C 6 H 4 .OH.(CH 2 .COOH)=1.2 


) 


.... 


137 


Baeyer and Fritsch 


B., 17, 973 


46, 1021 





> 





.... 


144-& 


Will and Lauben- 


A., 199, 158 


38, 266 


' r 










heimer 






i> > 


= 1.4 


1) 




148 


Salkowski 


B., 12, 650, 1438 


36, 659 ; 38, 
















252 


11 11 


ii 11 


3) 


.... 


148 


Baumann 


B., 13, 281 


38, 649 


Hydroxymethyl benzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 .CH 2 OH.COOH=1.2 


1) 


.... 


118 


Hessert 


B., 10, 1446 


34, 66 


11 i 11 


=1.4 


)J 


.... 


176+ 


Dittmarand Kekul6 


Z. C. [2], 7, 56 


24,376 


Methoxybenzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.COOH=1.3 







95 


Korner 


A., 142, 352 ; 


vi., 890 














B.A.B.[2], 24,155 




11 11 


)J 





.... 


106-107 


Oppenheim & PfafF 


B., 8, 887 


28, 1262 


) i! 


=1.2 





.... 


98-5 


Graebe 


A., 136, 137 


vi., 1005 


11 11 


I) > 





223 


.... 


Kopp 


A., 92, 315 




(anisic) 


=1.4 


> 


.... 


173-174 


Grtebe 


A., 139, 147 




i> 11 11 


ii 11 





275-280 


.... 


Kichter 


Tabellen 




11 11 i) 


)i 





.... 


175 


Laurent 


A.,108, 240;E.S., 


i., 300 














106 and 362 




11 11 11 


51 


)1 


.... 


175 


Ladenburg 


A., 141, 241 


vi., 172 


ji 


)) )) 


)) 


.... 


175 


Korner & Corbetta 


B., 7, 1736 


28, 458 


11 11 5) 


11 11 







175 


Landolph 


C. E., 81, 97 


29, 246 


>1 11 11 


11 11 


)) 




175 





B., 13, 146 


38, 385 


11 11 11 


11 11 


)) 


.... 


176 


Spica 


G. I., 8, 406 


36, 632 


11 )! 11 


'1 11 


U 


.... 


184-2 c. 


Oppenheim & Pfaff 


B., 8, 891 


28, 1263 



190 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tetrahydrophthalicanhydride 


CH-CELC CO, 

I II >o 

CH2.CH.J.C CCK 


C 8 H 3 3 




68 


Baeyer 


B., 3, 61; A., 166, 
346 


vii., 1149 


Methoxyhydroxybenz 


COH.OH.OMe=1.2.3 


)> 


264-268 


Liquid 


Tiemann & Koppe 


B., 14, 2021 


42,55 


aldehyde 



















=1.2.5 





247-248 


4 


Tiemann & Miiller 


B., 14, 1910 


42, 52 


> 


=1.2.4 





.... 


62-63 


Tiemann & Parrisius 


B., 13, 2368 


40, 271 


(vanillin) 


=1.4.5 





.... 


76 


Gobley 


J. P. [3], 34, 401 


v., 994 





)> )) 


i 


.... 


80 


Beckett & Wright 


.... 


29, 289 


M 


) )) 


)> 


.... 


79; 81 


Scheibler 


B., 13, 339 


38, 467 


j 


> 1 


)i 


280 p. d. 


80-81 


Carles 


B. S. [2], 17, 12 


vii.,1201;25,708 





J) 





.... 


81 


Tiemann&Haarmaun 


B., 8, 1119 


29, 113 


? 


- )J 





.... 


80-81 u. c. 


>! 11 


B., 7, 614 


27, 895 


> 


V >I 





.... 


81 


Jannasch & Kump 


B., 11, 1635 


36, 245 


>? 





)> 




82 


Stokkebye 


J. [1864], 612 


v., 994 


*) D 


) 





.... 


80 


Lippmanii 


B., 13, 663 




? 


11 


) 


285 


.... 


Tiemann & Koppe 


B., 14, 2024 




i 


=1.3.4 





.... 


116-117 


Wegscheidjr 


M. C., 3, 792 


44, 191 


(iso vanillin } 



















=1.4.6 


) 




153 


Tieinann & Parrisius 


B., 13, 2367 


40, 271 


Hydroxytoluic acid 


Me.COOH.OH=1.26 


) 


.... 


114 


Engelhardt and Lat- 


.... 


vi., 508; vii., 












schinoff 




394, 934 


> 


= ? 


) 


.... 


115-120 


Ihle 


J.p. [2], 14, 442 


31, 708 


it " 


= 1.3.4 


H 


.... 


148 





J.p. [2], 14, 454 


J> 





n 


n 


.... 


148 


Vogt 


B. 2, 284 ; Z. C. 


vi., 508 














[2], 5, 577 




M ,, 


>5 


i 


.... 


147-150 


Engelhardt and Lat- 


Z. C. [1869], 622 


vi., 508 ; vii., 












schinoff 




394 


D * 


J J 


> 


.... 


149 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 377 


34, 582 


j> * 


)! 







151 


>i 


A., 195, 283 


36, 531 





" 


> 


.... 


150-151 


11 


B., 14, 2356 




? 


)' )> 





.... 


151 


Tiemann & Schotten 


B.I 1,778; 12, 1340 


34,877 


,, 


T> J 


> 


.... 


151 


Schall 


B. 12, 821 


36, 794 


,, .... 


)' I) 


n 




153 


Kolbe & Lautemann 


A., 115, 203 


ii.,106;vi.,508; 
















vii., 394 


) " 


=1.5.6 


si 


.... 


156-160 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 902 




i .... .... 


" 





.... 


159-160 


Ihle 


J. p. [2], 14, 456 


31, 708 


)> 





n 




159-160 


Tiemann & Schotten 


B., 11, 767 ; 12, 


34,876 














1341 




;, " 


> 


M 


.... 


163-164 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 2354 




,, 








.... 


163-164 


Kekulg 


B., 7, 1006 


28, 64 ; vii., 934 


,, ,, 










164 


Schall 


B., 12, 818 


36, 794 


)) ) " 


11 


)) 


.... 


169-170 u. c. 


lies and Eemsen 


B., 11, 462 


34, 505 


JI " 


" 11 


) 


.... 


168-173 


Engelhardt and 


Z. C. [1869], 623 


vi., 508; vii., 












Latschinoff 




394 


) J> 


=1.2.3 


> 


.... 


168 


Jacobsen 


B., 16, 1963 


44, 1124 





=1.2.4 


5) 




172 


11 


B., 17, 163 


46, 745 


)> )> 


11 


j 


.... 


172 


n 


B., 14, 41 


40, 599 


) )1 


=1.3.6 


> 


.... 


172-173 


Schall 


B., 12, 819 


36, 794 


JJ 


11 D 


i 


.... 


171=173 c. 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 898 







" 11 


n 




174 


D 


B., 14, 2351 




,, 


n 


) 




172-173 


Tiemann & Schotten 


B., 11, 777 : 12, 


34,877 














1340 




' 


11 





.... 


170-5-171-5 


lies and Remsen 


B., 11, 891, 1327 


36, 52 










u.c. ; 174- 
















175 c. 








J 





)> 




174 c. 


Eemsen & Kuhara 


A. C. J., 3, 424 


42,607 


V j) 

+iH,0 


" 11 
11 11 


j 

V 


.... 


174-5 

148-5-149-5 c. 


Mahon 
Eemsen & Kuhara 


A. C. J., 4, 186 
A. C. J., 3, 424 


42, 1205 
42, 607 


11 >! 


" 11 


j 




146-5-147 u.c. 


lies and Eemsen 


B., 11, 892 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



191 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hydroxytoluic acid + JH 2 O 


MeCOOH.OH=1.3.6 


C 8 H 8 3 




120 


Mahon 


A. C. J., 4, 186 


42, 1205 


11 n 


= 1.4.5 





.... 


173 


Ihle 


J. p. [2], 14, 461 


31, 708 


11 15 ' " 


11 >! 







173 


Tiemann & Schotten 


B., 11, 777; 12, 


34, 877 














1341 




55 55 .... .... 


11 15 





.... 


173 


Ciamician 


W. A., 81, 346 


40, 247 


55 


51 J5 







174 


Biedermann and 


B., 6, 324 


vii., 394 ; 26, 




, 








Pike 




904 


.... ... 


11 11 







174 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 381 


34, 583 


55 55 .... 


1} 11 







174=177 c. 





B., 11, 570 


11 


51 55 .... 


11 11 


J1 




176=177 c. 


Oppenheim & Pfaff 


B., 8, 889 




(seeB.,11,705) 


11 







183-184 


Fittica 


B., 7, 928 


27, 1167 





=1.2.5 


5) 


.... 


177-178 


Schall 


B., 12, 820 


36, 794 


51 1J 


11 11 







177-178 


Tiemann & Schotten 


B., 11,778; 12, 


34,877 














1340 




11 55 


11 







179 


Jacobsen 


B., 17, 62 


46, 745 


55 55 .... 


V 51 


n 


.... 


179 


51 


B., 14, 40 


40, 599 


5* 55 .... .... 


= (?) 





.... 


180 


Oglialoro 


G. I., 8, 440 


36, 729 


5. 55 .... .... 


=1.2.6 





.... 


183 


Jacobsen 


B., 16, 1962 


44, 1124 


55 55 .... 


= 1.4.6 





.... 


198 


15 


B., 11, 381 


34, 583 


15 .... 


11 11 







202-203 


Flesch 


B., 6, 481 


26, 1030 


55 .... .... 


" 11 





.... 


202-204 


Gerichten & Bossier 


B., 11, 706 


34, 672 


51 11 


11 11 


11 




203-204 u.c. ; 


i) n 


B., 11, 1587 


36, 323 










206-207 c. 








55 55 .... 


n n 


ir 




205 u. c. 


Remsen and Hall 


A. C. J., 2, 50 ; 


42, 186 














B., 12, 1433 




55 ,5 


=1.3.5 


. 


.... 


208 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 2358 


42, 193 


Ethylene pyrogallate 


c 6 H 3 .OH : o 2 : c 2 H 4 





2i87 


Liquid 


Magatti 


B., 12, 1860 


38, 250 


Piperonyl alcohol .... 


HO.CH. i .C 6 H 3 .O.CH,,.O 


.. 


.... 


51 


Fittig and Bemsen 


A., 159, 138 


vi., 949 ; 24, 




=1.3.4 












936 


Dihydroxyacetophenone 


CH 3 .CO.C 6 H 3 (OH) 3 =?.1.3 





303-305 


142 


Nencki and Sieber 


J. p. [2], 23, 147 


40, 591 


11 ! "" 


=1.1.4 







202 


IT 


J. p. [2], 23, 537 


40, 812 


Orcylaldehyde 


C 6 H 2 Me(OH) 2 .COH=? 





.... 


177-178 


Tiemann and 


B., 12, 1001 


36, 720 












Helkenberg 






Hydroxyisoxylenequinone .... 


C 6 HMe 2 (OH):O 2 =1.3.?.5.? 







103 


Fittig and Lieber- 


A., 180, 27 


29, 919 












inann 






Fusion of Sinalbin with KHO 








136 


Will 


Z. C. [2], 7, 89 


24, 408; vii., 832 


Acid from teucrin 


(C 8 H 8 2 ?) 







180 


Oglialoro 


G. I., 13, 498; B., 


46, 332 














12, 296 




1 


.... 





.... 


109-110 


.... 


M. C., 3, 356 




Dehydracetic acid 


CHjAc.C : CH. 


C 8 H 8 4 


269 


108-5 


Oppenheim and 


B.,9, 324, 1101 


30,70 




C(OH) : C.COOH 








Precht 






55 55 


.... 





269'5 


108-6-109 


Geuther 


J. [1865], 303 


vi., 543 


Terebilic acid 


,C(COOH):CH 






1Q 


r> 


Bl n OQQ 






CMe/ ' / 


" 


.... 


Io9 


ivoser 


., 15, 293 


42, 717 




\ o CO 














Hydrophthalic acid 


C 6 H 6 .(COOH). 2 =1.2 






a. 200 




A., 142, 334 




Hydroxymandelic acid 


[CH(OH).COOH].OH=1.2 







Liquid 


Ploschl 


B., 14, 1317 




11 


= ? 





.... 


162 


.... 


Z. C. [1870], 85 




11 11 


= ? 





.* 


167-168 


.... 


Z. P. C., 6, 192 




Methylic dihydroxybenzoate 


COOMe.(OH) 2 =1.3.4 





.... 


134-5 


Meyer 


B., 11, 129 


34, 501 


(protocatechuate) 
















Methoxyhydroxybenzoic acid 


COOH.OH.OMe= 2 


11 


.... 


99 


Grsebe 


A., 136, 124 


v., 186 


11 u 


=1.2.5 





.... 


142 


Tiemann and Miiller 


B., 14, 1997 


42, 53 


11 11 


11 11 


M 




141 


Korner and Betoni 


B., 14, 848 




:' u 


,. =1.2.4 







151-5 


11 11 


B., 14, 847 




11 11 


11 


15 


.... 


154 


Tiemann and Par- 


B., 13, 2377 














risius 






(vanillic) 


= 1.4.5 





.... 


207 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 124 


34, 500 


11 


" 11 







211-212 u. c. 


Tiemann 


B., 8, 512 


28, 1199 


i' 11 


11 11 







211-212 u. c. 


Tiemann & Reimer 


B., 8, 516 


29, 303 


(isovanillic) 


=1.3.4 







236-238 


Wegscheider 


M. C., 3, 348 


42, 1207 



192 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methoxyhydroxybenzoic acid 


COOH.OH.OMe=1.3.4 


C 8 H 8 4 


.... 


a. 245 


Matthiessen and 




16, 342 


(isovanillic) 










Forster 












n 


.... 


249 c. 


Beckett and Wrighi 


.... 


29, 300, 305 













249-250 c. 


D 


.... 


29, 296 


,, 








.... 


250-251 c. 


,, 


.... 


29, 304 


,, 





,, 


.... 


251 c. 


>. 




29, 296, 302 











MM 


250 


Matsmato 


B., 11, 125 


34,500 











.... 


250 


Tiemann and Will 


B., 14, 964 




Hyd roxymethylhy droxy- 


COOH.OH.CH 2 OH=1.2.3 





.... 


142 


Reimer 


B., 11, 792 ; 12, 


34, 881 


benzoic acid 












1341 




n ,) 


= 1.2.5 





d. 160 


crystalline 





B., 11, 791 ; 12, 

















1341 




., 


=1.4.5 





.... 


n. f. 270 





B., 11, 792 ; 12 


H 














1340 




Dihydroxy-alphatoluic acid 


(CH 2 .COOH).(OH) 2 =1.3.4 





.... 


127 


Tiemann and Nagai 


B., 10, 207 


32, 340 


Dihydroxytoluic acid 


Me.COOH.(OH) 2 = 1 





.... 


151 p. d. 


.... 


M. C., 1, 238 




,, ,, (orsel- 










176 d. 


.... 


A., 68, 61 ; 117, 




linic) 












311; 139,35 




,i 


=? 







206-210 p. d. 


.... 


M. C., 2, 458 




,. ,, 


=1.2.(?)j 





.... 


245 


Jacobsen & Wierss 


B., 16, 1956 


44, 1121 


Trihydroxyacetophenone 


CH 3 .CO.C 6 H 2 (OH), 





.... 


168 


.... 


J. p. [2], 23, 151 
















538 




Oxyvanillic acid 


... 





.... 


169 


Carles 


B. S., 17, 13 


25,708;vii.,1201 


Acid from hemipinic acid .... 


.... 





.... 


a. 245 


Matthiessen and 


P. T., 1863 


iii., 142 












Forster 






Ethylic comenate 


C 6 H 2 2 (OH).(COOEt) 


C 8 H 8 5 




126-5 


Mennel 


J. p., 26, 453 


44, 656 


.. 





n 




126-5 


Reibstein 


J. p. [2], 24, 277 


42, 197 


.. ,, 


M 





.... 


135 


How 


A., 80, 65, 88; 


19,177; i.,1106 














T. E., 22, 225 




Ethylcomenic acid 


C 5 H 2 O 2 .(OEt)(COOH 







239-240 


Mennel 


J. p., 26, 459 


44,656 


Carbopyrotritartaric acid .... 


COOH-CHAc.CH-0 : CH 2 







230 


Harrow 




33, 433 


i) 


~ 







230-281 




A., 201, 152 


33, 432 


Ethylic hydroxycomenate .... 


C s HO 2 (OH)2.COOEt 


C 8 H 8 6 




204 


Reibstein 


J. p. [2], 24, 287 


42, 197 


Diacetyl racemic anhydride.... 


CO.(CHOAc) 2 .CO.O 


C 8 H 8 7 


.... 


122-123 


Anschiitz & Pictet 


B., 13, 1178 


38, 876 


)> 





H 


.... 


126 


Perkin 


As., 5, 289 


20, 149 


Diacetyl dextrotartaric anhy- 








.... 


125-129 


Anschiitz & Pictet 


B., 13, 1178 


38, 876 


dride 
















.. 


n 





a. 250 d. 


126-127 


Perkin 


As., 5, 289 


20,149; v.,689 


.. !> 


J) 





.... 


135 


.... 


J. [1861], 368 




Furfurobutylene 


C 4 H 3 O.CH:CH.CH 2 .CH 8 


C 8 H 10 


153 


Liquid 


Baeyer and Tonnies 


B., 10, 1365 


32, 746 


Ethoxybenzene (phenetoil) .... 


C 6 H 6 .OEt 





172 




Cahours 


J., 2, 425 


iv., 391 


!> 


n 





175 


.... 


Baly 


A., 70, 271 




Benzyl methyl oxide 


C 6 H 5 .CH 2 .OMe 





167-168 


.... 




A., 161,334; A.C. 
















[5], 10, 23 




Benzyl carbinol 
Phenyl methyl carbinol 


C 6 H 5 .CH 2 .CH 2 .OH 
C 6 H 6 .CH(OH).CH 3 


5) 


212 

202-204 


Liquid 
Liquid 


Radziszewsky 


B., 9, 372, 461 
B., 7, 141 


30, 78 

27, 469 


n jj " 








202-203 


Liquid 


Emmerling&Engler 


B., 6, 1006 


27, 74 


(polymer ?) 





H 


a. 200 p. d. 


120 




B., 4, 147 


24, 258 


Phlorol 






99fi 












" 


" 




.... 




A., 102, 166 


vii., 930 


Ethylphenol 


Et.OH = 1.2 


" 


~ 2 


Liquid 


Marasse 


A., 152, 75 


vi., 928 






" 


91 f\ 91 O 


Liquid 

T ' 'J 


Ciamician 


B., 12, 1661 


38, 39 




u 


" 


alu zlz 


Liquid 


Oliver! 


G. I., 13, 263 


46, 174 






" 


^i^ 


Liquid 


Beilstein & Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 5, 461 


vi., 916 ; vii., 




_ ? 




91 f\-*7Q n 


11 O 


berg 




930 




~ 


" 


zlO 7o C. 

99A 


. 18 


Suida and Plolm 


W. A., 81, 245 . 


40, 268 




" 


D 


zzO 


.... 


Hentachel 


J. p., 27, 498 


44, 1107 


/3- 


= ? 





191-215 


Liquid 


Aner 


B., 17, 669 


46, 1002 


0- 


^ I 


M 


206-208 


.... 


.... 


A.,156,212;M.C., 
















1, 175 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



193 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Ethylphenol a- 

- 

Methylcresol .... 


t.OH = 1.4 

)1 

OMe.Me = 1.2 


C 8 H 10 

J 


209-210; 211 
814-215 
175 


47-48 
46 
Liquid 


Fittig and Kiesow 
Beilstein& Kuhlberg 
Korner 


Z. C. [2], 5, 333 ; 
A., 156, 254 
Z. C. [2], 5, 461 

Z. C. [2], 4, 327 


vi., 916 

vi., 916 ; vii., 
930 

vi., 507 




1.3 




175-176 


Liquid 


Oppenheim & Pfaff 


B., 8, 888 






= 1.4 




174 


Liquid 


Cannizzaro 


G. I., 2, 65 


vii., 79 








174 


Liquid 


Korner 


B. S. [2], 10, 468 ; 


vi., 172, 506 


Phloretol . ... 






190-200 




Hlasiwetz 


B. A. B. [2], 24, 
154 
A., 102, 166 


iv., 493 


jj 
Tolylcarbinol (xylyl alcohol) 

j) ) 



> )> 

Xylenol 


Me.CH 2 OH = 1.2 
= 1.3 

(?) 
= ? 
= 1-4 

Me.Me.OH ? 




) 
)) 


)J 
)J 


a. 200 

210 
215 (740) 

abt. 220 
217 
t|7 

214-2 c. 


54 
Liquid 

1. 18 
58-5-59-5 
Liquid 


Radziszewsky and 
Wispek 

Laubenheimer 
Cannizzaro 

Wroblewsky 


J., 10, 329 

B. S., 27, 498 
B., 15, 1747 

Z. C. [1866], 489 
A., 164, 289 
A.,124,255;C.R, 
54, 1225 
Z. C. [2J, 4, 232 


42, 1283 

v., 869 
26,65;vil.,l78 
v., 869 

vi., 1129 




? 




212 


Liquid 






vii., 930 




1.3.4 




211-5(759-7) 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


J.[1868],459;A.C. 


vi., 1129 ; 25, 








211-5 (766) 


Liquid 


Jacobsen 


[4], 25, 108 
B., 11, 24 


482 
34, 411 








208 212 


1 20 




B., 11, 2053 




,, .... .... 




1.3.? 


I) 


206-5 208-5 


1. 20 
Liquid 


Harmsen 
Lako 


B., 13, 1558 
A., 182, 30 


30, 634 








215 


Solid 






vii., 930 




1.2.4 (?) 




220 




Tiemann & Mendel- 


B., 10, 60 






(?) 




219 220 




sohn 


A., 152, 57 






1 24 




223-225 


61 


Jacobsen 


B., 10, 1015 


32, 600 








225 (757) 


61 




B., 11, 28 


34, 412 


.... .... .... 


) 


)> 


222-225 


61 
62'5 


* 


B., 12, 437 
B., 17, 159 


36, 641 
46, 737 


.... 


= 1 
1.5.6 





213-5 
216 


75 
73 


Wurtz 
WVoblewsky 


J. [1868], 459 ; 
A. C. [4], 25, 108 
Z. C. r2l 4, 232 


vi., 1129 ; 28, 
482 
vi., 1129 


.... .... .... 


> 

1.4.5 


) 


Sll-212 
211-5 (70S) 


74-5 
7A.-6 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 26 


34, 412 








210-211 


74'5 




B., 10, 1014 


32, 600 








(?) 


C?) 


Oliveri 


G. I. [1882], 161 


42, 837 


From oil of arnica 
Phenylglycol (styrolene 
alcohol) 

5 
*) )1 

Dimethoxy benzene (veratrol) 
> j> 
n 
i 
jj i 
i 
i) 
,, j, 
,, 


Ethoxyhydroxy benzene 


Methoxybenzalcohol 


C 6 H 5 .CH(OH).CH 2 OH 

n 

polymer (?) 

C 6 H 4 (OMe)2=1.2 

i) 


)> > 

= t 

=1.3 

J) J) 
J 

=1.4 

C 6 H 4 .OEt.OH=1.4 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.CH 2 OH= 1.2 


C 8 H 10 2 

i) 


H 

Jl 
1> 

) 

) 
) 

) 

)i 

I) 



224-225 

272-S74 (755) 

210-220 
210-215 
205 
205-206 
204-206 
202-205 
210-212 

914 

214-215 

S46-S47 
247-5 c. (765) 


67-68 

123-126 
Liquid 

Liquid 
Liquid 
Liquid 
s. 15 
Liquid 
Liquid 
Liquid 
55-56 

66 
66-67 
s. in CO 2 & 
ether 


Sigel 
Wachendorff and 
Zinck6 

Breuer and Zinck6 
Koelle 


Tiemann & Koppe 
Marasse 
Beckett & Wright 
Merck 
Coninck 
Tiemann & Parrisius 
Habermann 
Hlasiwetz and 
Habermann 
Hantzsch 
Wichelhaus 
Cannizzaro & Korner 


A., 170, 345 
B., 10, 1005 

A., 216, 294 
B., 11, 1399 
B., 4, 634 
A., 159, 244 
B., 14, 2017 
A., 152, 74 

A., 95, 200 
B. S. [2], 34, 150 
B., 13, 2365 
B., 10, 869 
A., 177, 341 

J. p. [2], 22, 462 
B., 12, 1502 
G. I., 2, 65 ; B., 
5,436 


27, 378 
32, 614 

34, 885 

24, 829; vii., 432 

42,54 

29, 284 
v., 997 
40, 269 
40, 270 
32, 475 
29, 80 

40, 166 

vii., 79; 25, 1095 



2 c 



194 



OEGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methoxybenzalcohol (anisic 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.CH 2 OH=1.4 


C 8 H 10 2 


258-8 c. (760-3 


24-25 


Cannizzaro & Kb'rne 


G. I., 2, 65 ; B., 5 


vii., 79; 25,1095 


alcohol) 












436 













248-250 


23 


Cannizzaro anc 


A., 98, 190 


i., 303 












Bertagnini 






Phthalyl alcohol 


C 6 H 4 (CH 2 OH) 2 =1.2 


ji 


.... 


56-62 


Hessert 


B., 12, 646 


36, 634 


(?) 








.... 


62 


Goldeiiberg 


B., 7, 286 


27, 694 





ii 







64-5 


Colson 


C. R, 98, 1543 


46, 1000 


Terephthalic alcohol (tolylene 


=1.4 







112-113 


Grimaux 


A. C. [4], 26, 331 


25, 816; vii., 


glycol 












C. E., 70, 1363 


1209 


Homosalicylic alcohol 


OH.Me.CH 2 OH=1.4.6 


., 


.... 


105 


Schotten 


B., 11, 784 


34,877 


Creosol 


mixture (?) 




203 




Eeichenbach 


Sw. J., 66, 308 










202-210 




Gorup Besanez 


J., 8, 653 






D \ / 




195 




Frisch 


J., 20, 689 






Me.OMe.OH 1.3.4 




214-216 




Botsch 


M. C., 1, 616 


42, 211 








219 




Gratzel 


A. P. [3], 20, 605 


44, 393 




" " 




219-220 




Hlasiwetz 


A., 106, 354 


ii., 105 




J) 




220-224 




Tiemann & Koppe 


B., 8, 1136; 10, 


42, 55 














206; 14, 2024 




Methylorcinol 


=1.3.5 





273 


Liquid 


Tiemann & Streng 


B., 14, 2001 


42,52 


Methyltoluquinol 


J) 





240-245 


72 


Nietzki 


B., 11, 1279 ; 


34, 869 














A., 215, 166 




Xyloquinol (hydrophlorone) 


C 6 H 2 .Me 2 .(OH) 2 





.... 


212 


Nietzki 


A., 215, 169; B. 


44, 467; 38, 














13, 472 


553 


11 )! 








.... 


208 


Carstanjen 


J. p. [2], 23, 429 


42, 612 


)I I) 








.... 


125 


Pfaff 


B., 16, 1135 


44, 918 


)) 1) 










120 




B. 8., 28, 345 




Betaorcinol 


w 


(?) 


.... 


n. f. 109 


Stenhouse 


P. M. [3], 33, 30 


iv., 215 












163 


Stenhouse & Grove 


A., 203, 287 


37 398 


Terebentilic acid 


.... 





250 p. d. 


90 


Personne 


A., 100, 253 


v., 723 


Caffeol 







195-197 


* 


Bernheimer 


M. C., 1, 459 


42, 232 




Meconoisin 


.... 







88 


T. and H. Smith 


P. J. T. [3], 8, 98 


34, 801 




1 phenol 


C 8 H 8 O 2 (?) 





.... 


176 


Salkowski 


B., 8, 1462 


29, 599 




Xeronic anhydride 


CH2.CMe.CO, 


C 8 H 10 3 


242 c. 


1. -18 


Fittig 


B., 9, 117; A., 


29, 898; 32, 




CHj.CMe.CO/ 










187, 42 


736 


Ethylic carbacetoacetate 







290-295 


Liquid 


Duisberg 


B., 15, 1387 ; A., 


42, 1193 














213, 179 




Dimethylpyrogallol 


C 6 H 3 .OH.(OMe) 2 





253 


51-52 


Hofmann 


B., 11, 334 


34, 418 


Ethylpyrogallol 


C 6 H 3 (OH) 2 .OEt 







95 


Benedikt 


B., 9, 125 


29, 916 





JJ 





.... 


95 


Hofmann 


B., 11, 799 


34,870 


Vanillyl alcohol 


C 6 H 3 .OH.OMe.CH 2 OH 







103-105 


Tiemann 


B., 8, 1126; 9, 415 




Trihydroxyisoxylene 


Mej.(OH) 3 =1.3.4.?.? 







121-122 


Fittig&Liepermann 


A., 180, 37 


29, 920 


(xHjO) 


n 






88-89 








Diallylie oxalate 


(COOC 3 H 6 ) 2 


C 8 H 10 4 


206-207 




Hofmann & Cahour 




J., 9, 585; A., 




iv., 268 














102, 288, 294 




Tetrahydrophthalic acid 


CHj.(CH 2 ) 3 .C(COOH):C 





.... 


96 


Baeyer 


B., 4, 273 


24, 373 




(COOH) 














) )j .... 










96-100 





A., 166, 346 


vii., 1149 





>> n 


JJ 




95 




B., 3, 62 




Dimethoxy dihydroxy benzene 


C 6 H 2 .(OMe) 2 .(OH) 2 






160 


Hofmann 


B., 8, 67; 11, 332 


34, 417 


Ketolactonic acid 


CMe.O.CO 
II \ 







181 


Young 


A., 216, 45 


43, 175, 179 




C(COOH).CHEt 














Bereenitol 


C 8 H 5 (OH) 6 


C S H 10 O 6 




130 


Morelli 


C. E., 93, 646 


42, 159 





Glycu vie acid 


C 7 H 9 O 4 .COOH 
C 8 H 6 4 .2H 2 


C 8 H 10 6 


245-247 


83 
83 


Bottinger 


A., 196, 96 
B., 10, 266 


36, 524 
32, 443 


From glyceric acid 


Diformyl isomannide 


;(CHO).CH 2 .CH.CH.O] 2 





.... 


115 


Fauconnier 


B. S., 41, 18 


46, 1111 


? acid 




n 




139 




A., 211, 325 




Allylethenyl tricarboxy lie acid 


(COOH).,CH.CH 2 (C 3 H 6 ). 




.... 


151 d. 


Hjelt 


B., 16, 333 


44, 656 




COOH or 
















COOH.C(C 3 H 5 ).CH,,COOH 















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THEEE ELEMENTS. 



195 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dicarbocaprolactonic acid .. 


C 3 H 5 .C(COOH).CH,,.COOH 


C 8 H 10 6 




152-153 


Hjelt 


B., 16, 1258 


44,970 




6 CO 














Erythrol tetraformate 


C 4 H 6 (O.CHO) 4 


C 8 H 10 S 




150 


Henninger 


C. R., 98, 149 


46, 897 


Umbellol 




C 8 H 12 O 


215-216 


Liquid 


Stillman 


B., 13, 629 


38, 670 


Camphrene 


.... 


5) 


a. 240 


.... 


Chautard 


J., 10, 483 




Ketone from collidine 


.... 





208-209 


Liquid 


Hantzch 


A., 215, 50 


44,84 


Ethylic sorbate 


C 5 H 7 .COOEt 


C S H J2 2 


195-5 




.... 


A., 110, 137 




Diallylacetic acid 


(CH 2 : CH.CH 2 ) 2 .CH.COOH 


N 


219-220 




Conrad and Bischo 


B., 13, 598 


38, 628 


.... 


11 





221-222 


Liquid 


Wolff 


B., 10, 1957; A 


34, 293 














201, 45 




,, 


i> 11 





224-226 


Liquid 


Reboul 


C. R, 84, 1233 


32, 594 


Suberen carboxylic acid 


C 7 H n .COOH 







53-54 


Dale & Schorlemme 


A., 211, 119 


39, 541 


Dipyrotartracetone 







230 


Liquid 


Bourgoin 


C. R, 86, 674 


34,488 


Lactone from bromdipropyl 


.... 


u 


235-240 




Hjelt 


B., 15, 627; A. 


42, 946 


acetolactone 












216, 75 




Ethylic ethylideneacetacetate 


CH 3 .CH : CAc.COOEt 


C 8 H 12 3 


210-212 


.... 


Claisen 


B., 14, 346 


40, 405 


,i 


M 


I) 


210 


Liquid 


Claisen & Matthew 


A., 218, 170 


46,443 


Ethylic acetyltrimethylene 


CH 2 .CH 2 .CAc.COOEt 


I) 


193-195 


Liquid 


Perkin 


B., 16, 2136 


46,64 


carboxylate 


i i 














Diallyl oxalic acid 


(CH 2 :CH.CH 2 ) 2 .C(OH). 


I) 


.... 


48-5 


Saytzeff 


A., 185, 183; 


32, 883; 32, 




COOH 










B. S., 27, 446 


739 


Aldol diacetate 


CH a .CHOAc.CH 2 .COAc (!) 


C 8 H 12 4 


150-160 (20 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


C. R, 74, 1361 


26, 809; vii., 














J. [1872], 450 


39 


Butinglycol diacetate 


C 4 H 6 (OAc) 2 





202-203 




Henninger 


B., 5, 1059 




Dimethylic tetrylendicar- 


C 4 H 6 (COOMe) 2 


n 


220 


.... 




A., 208, 338; 




boxylate 












J. R, 2, 449 




Ethylic pyrocinchonate 


C 5 H.Oj.COOEt 


_ 


235-240 




Roser 


B., 15, 1319 




Diethylic maleate 


C 2 H 2 .(COOEt) 2 





abt. 210 




Tanatar 


B., 12, 1563 


38, 35 





H 


,, 


225 c. 


.... 


Anschiitz 


B., 12, 2283 




fumar^te 


COOEt.CH : CKCOOEt 





213-220 




Purdie 


.... 


39, 346 


,, 








214-216 u. c 







.... 





,1 i, .... 





11 


218 c. 


.... 


Anschiitz 


B., 12, 2282 





11 








218 







B., 14, 2790 


42, 831 


11 


n 


,, 


218 (745-7) 


.... 


L/aubenheimer 


A., 164, 299 


26,56 


,, 








218-5 




Anschiitz 


B., 11, 1644 


36, 223 


.... 








220-225 




Claus 


B., 15, 1848 




u 11 








225 




Senry 


A., 156, 178 




i, ,, 





H 


225 




Sagen 


A., 164, 294 


26,56 


Acetated crotonaldehyde .... 


C 4 H 6 0+AcjO 




205-210 


.... 




J. R, 11, 79 




Suberconic acid 


.... 







165-170 


Gantter and Hell 


B., 15, 149 ; A., 
















211, 120 




Hexahydrophthalic acid 


C,H IO (COOH),=1.2 







203-205 


Jaeyer 


B., 4, 273 ; A., 


24,373; vii.. 














166, 350 


1149 


i, 


)i 





.... 


207 


Vlizerski 


B., 4, 558 


i) 11 


Terpenylic acid+H 2 O 


C 6 H 6 (OH) 2 .Me.COOH 







89 


Amthor 


A. P. [3], 18, 356 


42,44 


ii ,1 










90 


?ittig and Krafft 


A., 208, 71 


42,42 


i, 










90 


lempel 


B., 8, 357 


8,762 


i, 





>i - 




90 


n 


A., 180, 79 


29, 921 


From hydrosuberancarboxylic 


C 8 H 14 4 (?) 


n 




100 


)ale & Schorlemmer 


.... 


39, 542 


acid 
















Acetyl isomannide 


O.CH.CH.CH.J.OAC 


C 8 H, 3 O S 


185-187 (25) 


jiquid 


Tauconnier 


B. S., 41, 18 


46, 1111 




O.CH.CH.CH 2 .OH 














From rottlera tinctoria 








191 


jeube 


J. [1860], 563 


., 118 


Propylethenyltricarboxylic 


CPr(COOH) 2 .CH 2 .COOH 


C 8 H 12 6 




148 


Waltz 


B., 15, 608 ; A., 


42, 948 ; 


acid 












214, 59 


44, 46 


Iso-propylethenyltricarboxy- 


CHPrP (COOH).CH(COOH) 2 


_, 


.... 


60 


loser 


A., 220, 271 


6,423 


lic acid 
















Tartrophthalic acid 








78-180 d. 




A., 166, 355 




Ethenyltriacetate 


C 2 H 3 (OAc) 3 


u 


. 250 






A., 100, 115 




Diethylic trioxymaleate 


COOEt.C(OH) 2 .CO.COOEt 


C 8 H 12 7 


.... 


jiquid 


'anatar 


B., 13, 1386 


38,875 


2 c 2 



196 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution, 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diallylcarbinol methyl oxide 


(CH 2 1 CH.CH 2 ).,CHOMe 


C,H U 


135 


.... 


Rjabinin 


J. p. [2], 23, 269 


40, 404 


> 


JI 





135-136 


Liquid 


11 


B., 12, 2374; 


38, 372 








(763-3 r.) 






J. E., 11, 395 




Isoamyl propargyl c xide 


C 6 H 11 .O.CH 2 .C;CH 


)) 


140-145 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 5, 274,455,569 


vii., 1008 ; 25, 
















687 


Diallyl methyl oarbinol 


(CH 2 : CH.CH 2 ) 2 MeC.OH 


)> 


157 


.... 


Sorokin & Saytzeff 


B., 9, 34 


29, 695 


11 11 11 


11 


) 


168-4 e. 




Sorokin 


A, 185, 169 


32, 299 


From methylethyl ketone .. 


.... 


I) 


163-165 


Liquid 


Schramm 


B., 16, 1581 


44, 1079 


Bye-product from preparatio 


...* 


51 


167-168 


Liquid 


Pawlow 


B., 9, 1312; B. S. 


31, 58; 32, 311; 


of ketones 












[2], 27, 27, 263 


32, 733 














A., 187, 104 




Aldehyde from isobutalde 


.... 


)) 


149-151 


.... 


Fossek 


M. C., 2, 618 ; 


42, 161 ; 43, 94 


hyde 












M. C., 3, 622 




i> ii ji 


.... 





230-231 


Liquid 


OZconomides 


B. S. [2], 36, 209 


42,32 








(771-6) 










Hexylene acetate 


C 6 H,,.OAc 


C 8 H 14 2 


145 




Destrem 


B., 16, 229 




Allyldimethylcarbinol acetat 


(CH 2 : CH.CH 2 )Me 2 .C.OAc 





136 




M. and A. Saytzef 


B., 9, 33 


29, 695 


ii ii 





)> 


137-5 c. 


.... 


11 11 


A, 185, 155 


32, 298 


Methylcrotylcarbinol acetate 


CH 3 .CHOAc.(CH 2 ) 2 .CH : CH 





147-149 




Crow 


A., 201, 44 


33, 54 


ii ii 


.... 


) 


157-158 




.... 


J. E. [1881], 353 




Diallylic acetate 


C 6 H,,.OAc 


J) 


150-160 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A. C. [4], 3, 129 


vl., 93 


ii ii 


)> 


)J 


155-165 


.... 


Tollens 


Z. C. [2], 7, 249 


25, 998 


Allylic iso-valerate 


CHMej.CH2.COO.C3H5 


>J 


162 




Hofma nn & Cahours 


J.,9,586; A.,102 
















296 




Ethylic ethylcrotonate 


C^ : CEtCOOEt 


)) 


165 


Liquid 


Frankland & Duppa 


A., 136, 3 


18,133; vi., 601 


hydrosorbate 


EtCH(COOEt).CH : CH 3 


)) 


166-167 


Liquid 


Fittig & Barringer 


A. % 161, 312; 


25, 487 ; vii., 














Z. C. [1870], 425 


1092 


a-ethyl-|3-methylvalerolacton 


CHEt.(CHMe) 2 .CO.O 


)> 


226-227 




Young 


A, 216, 43 


43, 179 


y-diethylbutyrolactone 


.... 





228-233 




Emmert&Friedrich 


B., 15, 1852 


44,39 


Dibutyryl 


(C.H.O). 




245260 


Liouicl 


Freund 


A I -1 Q 07 


trl '-"^M 




\**r*T* f fm 


J) 








A*| llo, Of 


VI., oOU 


Hydrosuberancarboxylic acid 


C 7 H 13 .COOH 


> 




Liquid 


Dale & Schorlemmer 


A., 211, 119 


39, 541 


? 


~Me(CsH. 3 O)CK] f O 


C 8 H 14 3 


80-84 


(C 8 H 18 3 ?) 


Jacobsen 


B., 4, 216 


24, 513 


Butyric anhydride 


(CH3.CH 2 .CH 2 .CO) 2 O 


11 


191-193 




Linnemann 


A., 161, 179 


25, 395 


u 11 





11 


190 


Liquid 


Gerhardt 


A, 68, 127 ; J., 


i., 695 














5,452 




11 11 


J) 


11 


190 


.... 


.... 


A., 87, 155 


vi., 378 


11 11 





11 


190 




Markownikoff 


Z. C. [2], 4, 621 


vi., 381 


Isobutyric 


(CHMe 2 .CO) 2 O 


11 


180-5 


.... 


.... 


Z. C. [2], 5, 501 


vi., 378 


i> 11 





11 


180-181 


.... 


Markownikoff 


Z. C. [2], 4, 621 


vi., 381 


Ethylic dimethylacetoacetate 


CMejAc-COOEt 


11 


184 


.... 


Frankland & Duppa 


J., 18, 309 


vi., 591 


ethylacetoacetate .... 


CHEtAc.COOEt 


11 


192-196 




Saur 


A., 188, 257 


34,27 


11 11 


1> 


11 


190-196 


.... 


Conrad & Limpach 


A, 192, 153 


34, 781 


11 11 


H 


11 


193-195 




Wislicenus 


B., 7, 68.5 


27, 884 


11 11 


>j 


11 


190-200 


.... 


Geuther 


J. Z., 6, 560, 575 


vii., 488 


11 11 


H 


11 


195-196 c. 


.... 


Frankland & Duppa 


A, 138, 214; 


vi., 16 














P. T., 1866 




11 11 


1* 


11 


198 


.... 


Geuther 


A. P. [2], 116, 97 




Isobutylic acetoacetate 


CH 2 Ac.COO.CH 2 .CHMe 2 


11 


abt. 203 ; 


Liquid 


Emmerling and 


B., 9, 1097 


30, 505 








202-206 




Oppenheim 






Ethylic u-methyl j3-acetopro- 


CH 2 Ac.CHMe.COOEt 


11 


206-208 


Liiquid 


Bischoff 


A., 206,' 323 


40,412 


pionate 
















Ethylic /3-acetobutyrate 


CH 3 .CHAc.CH 2 .COOEt 


11 


204-206 




11 


A., 206, 334 


40, 413 


Propylic /3-acetopropionate .... 


CHjAc-CHj-COOPr" 


11 


215-216 u. c. 




Jrote, Kehrer, and 


A., 206, 222 


40, 410 












Tollens 






Ethylic propionylpropionate 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CO.(CH 2 ) J .COOEt 


i 


199 




[ellon and Oppen- 


B., 10, 700 














heim 






Suberic aldehyde 


.... 


! 


202 p. d. 


jiquid 


Schroder 


A., 143, 34 ; J. 


vi., 1040 














[1866], 327 




Suberyl glycollic acid 


C 7 H 12 .OH.COOH 


!> 


", 


79-80 


Dale & Schorlemmer 


A, 211, 118 


39, 541 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



197 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dialdane 


OH 3 .CH(OH).CH,,.CH : CH 


C 8 H 14 3 


137 (20) 


139 


Wurtz 


B. S. [2], 24, 100 


30,65 




CH(OH).CH 2 .CHO 














,, 


J IJ 


3) 




139-140 


!> 


C. E., 83, 1259 


31, 588 


Aldol anhydride 


(CHO.CH 2 .CHMe) 2 O 


n 


137 (20) 


155 


1) 


C. E., 74, 1361 


vii., 39 ; 25, 809 


Ethyl mannitol anhydride . 


C 6 H 9 Et0 4 


C 8 H 14 4 


166 (17) 


Liquid 


Fauconnier 


C. E., 95, 991 ; 


44, 306 














B., 15, 3086 




Ethylene dipropionate 


(C 3 H 6 0)O.CH 2 .CH 2 .0(C S H 5 


)I 


210-5-212 c 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 505 


Butylene diacetate 


C 4 H 8 (OAc) 2 


JI 


abt. 200 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


J., 12, 499 


v., 739 


Ethlene acetobutyrate 


.... 





208-215 


.... 


Simpson 


A, 113, 117; J., 
















12, 488 




Ethylic acetoxybutyrate 


.... 


J> 


198 


.... 


.... 


A, 142, 373 




isobutyryl glycollat 


(CHMe 2 .CH 2 )O.CH 2 .COOE 


) 


197-198 


Liquid 


Senff 


A., 208, 271 


40, 1127 


butyryl glycollate . 


(CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 ).O.CH 2 





205-207 


.... 





A, 142, 372; 208 






COOEt 










271 




Dipropylic oxalate 


COOPr.COOPr 


11 


209-211 


.... 


Cahours 


C. E., 77, 745; 


27,38 














B. S., 21, 77 ; 
















B., 9, 1610 




Diethylic succinate 


COOEt.CH 2 .CH 2 .COOEt 


H 


214 


.... 


D'Arcet 


A. C. [2], 58, 291 


v., 463 





!) 


) 


215-4 




Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46,11 


)! 





) 


816-5 c. 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 515 





J! 


)> 


214 




Fehling 


A., 49, 186 







)) 


JJ 


217-3 c. (748 


.... 


Kopp 


A., 95, 327 




methylmalonate .. 


COOEt. CHMe.COOEt 





196-5 c. 


.... 




A., 204, 146 







H 


) 


198-5-199-5 c 


.... 


Perkin 


.... 


45, 510 


Tetramethyl succinic acid .. 


COOH.CMe 2 .CMe 2 .COOH 


)) 


.... 


95 


Hell and Wittekind 


B., 7, 321 


27, 683 


Suberic acid 


C 6 H 12 (COOH) 2 


H 




120 


Bromeia 


A., 35, 97 




.... 


)j 





.... 


140 


Dale 


A., 130, 208 ; 132, 


17, 258 














244 




i, ,, 





)j 


sb. 150-160 


140 


Arppe 


A., 120, 291 


v., 449 








> 


abt. 300 


140 


Gantter and Hell 


B., 13, 1166 


38, 875 


jj 


j> 







140 


ii 


B., 14, 1547 


40, 891 




COOH.(CH 2 ) 6 .COOH (?) 






140 


Baever 


BIO 1 98fi 


34 4 






)) 








., i ' '. i _ i) 


o:, ^ 


a-Isosuberic acid 


.... 





.... 


170-180 


Sell and Mulhauser 


B., 13, 476 


38, 542 


- !) I) 


.... 


) 




184-185 


! 


B., 13, 482 


38, 543 


ft- 


.... 


>f 




110-125 


!> )) 


B., 13, 476 


38, 542 


ft- 


.... 







127 





B., 13, 482 


38, 543 


Methylic homoitaconate (te- 


C 4 H 8 .(COOMe),, 


i) 


220 


.... 


!*Iarkownikoff and 


A., 208, 333 


40, 1127 


trylene-dicarboxylate) 










Krestownikoff 






Dialdanic acid 


CH 3 .CH(OH).CH 2 .CH : CH. 


i> 


198 i. v. 


80 


Wurtz 


C. E., 83, 1259 


31, 588 




CH(OH).CH 2 .COOH 














) ... 


>i 





198 (20) 


80 


. 


B. S. [2], 24, 100 


30, 65 


From hydrosuberan carboxy- 


C 8 H 12 4 (?) 





.... 


100 


)ale & Schorlemmer 




39, 542 


lic acid 
















Diethylene diacetate 


AcO.CHj.CH 2 ) 2 


C 8 Hi 4 O 8 


245-256 


.... 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 69, 335 ; 


li., 568 














J., 16, 489 




Diethylic diglycollate 


0(CH 2 .COOEt) 2 


? 


240 d. 


.... 




A, 147, 201 ; 149, 
















95 




Ethylic dilactate .... ^ 




j 


35 


.... 


Wurtz and Friedel 


J., 14, 377 




Diethylic malate . 


COOEt.CH 2 .CH(OH).COOEt 


n 


28-131 (15) 




Andreoni 


B., 13, 1394 




Oxysuberic acid .-. 




ji 




37 


Gantter and Hell 


B., 15, 149 




Terpenylic acid 


C 8 H 12 4 +H 2 


j> 




7-5-58-5 


Amthor 


A. P. [3], 18, 356 


42,44 


Diethylic dextrotartrate 


COOEt.CH(OH).CH(OH). 


C 8 H 14 6 


62 (19); 280 


-liquid 


Anschiitz & Pictet 


B., 13, 1177 


38, 876 




COOEt 




(760) 










Dirnethylic mucate 


C 4 H 8 4 (COOMe) 2 


C 8 H 14 8 


. 165 




.... 


A. C. [2], 63, 92 




Hydrogen ethylic mucate .... 


C 4 H 8 O 4 (COOH)(COOEt) 


)J 


.... 


00 d. 


jimpricht 


A., 165, 253 


rii., 827 


Ethylmucic acid 


C 4 H 7 EtO 4 (COOH) 2 


)J 


.... 


90 d. 


MM 




ill., 1059 


Allylmethylpropylcarbinol 


CH 2 : CH.CH 2 )MePr.COH 


C 8 H 16 


59-160 


jiquid 


emlianizin 


B., 12, 2375; J. p. 


38, 372 ; 40, 








(742-8) 






[2], 23, 263 


402 


Allyldiethylcarbinol 


CH 2 :CH.CH 2 )Et 2 .COH 


i) 


56 (736-7) 


jiquid 


hirikoff & Saytzeff 


B. S. [2], 31, 67 . 


J6, 448 



198 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Caprylic aldehyde 




C 8 H 16 


171 (760) 


Liquid 


Bouis 


A. C. [3], 48, 99 


i., 746 


,, ,, .... ... 


.... 





178 


Liquid 


Limpricht 


A., 93, 242 


JJ 


Methyl butyrone 


C 7 H 13 MeO 





180 


Liquid 


ji 


A., 108, 184 


i., 698 


Hexylmethyl ketone 


Me.CO.(CH 2 ) 6 .CH 3 


IT 


171-171-5 


Liquid 


Stadeler 


J. p., 72, 246 


iii., 1009 


JJ JJ 


M 


> 


173 


.... 


Schorlemmer 




27, 1029 


)! 


jj 


ji 


172-6-173-1 




Briihl 


A., 203, 29 










(753) 










JJ JJ 


Ji 





172-173 




Neison 


.... 


27, 507 


)I !> 


H 


>j 


171-172 


.... 


jj 




27, 842 


JJ JJ 


jj 


i> 


171-172 




u 


.... 


27, 850 


JJ JJ 


)> 


)j 


170-172 




jj 




27, 846 


JJ JJ 


j 





172 (760) 


.... 


Petersen 


A., 118, 75 




JJ JJ 


Me.CO.C 6 H 13 





163-165 




Harting 


J. p. [2], 23, 476 


40, 795 


)> )l 


Me.CO.C 3 H 6 .CHMe 2 


) 


208-210 


Liquid 


Poetsch 


A., 218, 56 


44, 729 


Amylethyl ketone 


Et.CO.C 6 H n 





153-155 


Liquid 


Harting 


J. p. [2], 23, 449 


40, 794 


,, 


Et.CO.CEtMe 2 


jj 


150-5-151-5 


.... 


Wichnegrodsky 


B., 8, 541 ; A., 


28, 878 














178, 107 




,, ,, 


jj 


jj 


145-150 


Liquid 


Lawrenowitsch 


B., 8, 768; A., 


29, 897; 32, 














185, 126; B. S. 


306 














[2], 27, 265 




Isopropyl isobutyl ketone .... 


OHMe 2 .CO.CH 2 .CHMe 2 


u 


159-161 (743) 


1. -17 


Carleton- Williams 




35, 130 


Isoamyl allyl oxide 


CH 2 : CH.CH2.O.C5H,, 


jj 


abt. 120 




Berthollet and De 


A. C. [3], 43, 292 


i., 142 












Luca 






Octylene oxide 


.... 


jj 


145 


Liquid 


De Clermont 


C. E., 68, 1323; 


vi., 881 














Z.C. [1870], 411 




From diisopropyl glycol 


.... 


jj 


120-122 


.... 


Fossek 


M. C., 4, 663 


46,38 


jj jj jj 




j> 


260-262 




jj 


jj 


JJ 


From C 8 H 16 (OH) 2 


From isobutaldehyde 


u 


122-124 


.... 


jj 


M. C., 3, 624 


42, 1279 





jj 


jj 


262-264 







jj 


jj 


Hexylic acetate 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 5 .OAc 


Q>H 1S O 2 


168-7 e. 




Franchimont and 


B., 4, 823 


vii., 646 ; 25, 








(760 r.) 




Zinck6 




61 


" 


jj 


JJ 


158-160 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


P. T. [1872], 111 


vii., 645 


jj jj .... 


Methyl propyl etholacetate 


JJ 


162-2 






M. C., 4, 33 




jj 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CH(OAc).CH 3 


JJ 


158-160 




Schorlemmer 


P. T. [1872], 111 


vii., 645 


,, ,, 


jj 


JJ 


154-157 


.... 


Lieben 


A., 178, 20 


29,60 


jj jj 


jj 


JJ 


146-150 




Schorlemmer 


P. T. [1878], 1 


32, 866 


j -/3 




JJ 


56-157 (787) 


Liquid 


Wanklyn and Erlen- 


J., 16, 522 


iii., 152 












meyer 






jj 


From diisopropyl chloride 


JJ 


155-160 


.... 


Silva 


B., 6, 147 




,, ,, 


C 4 H 9 .CH(OAc).CH 8 


JJ 


145-155 




Morgan 




28, 303 


,, 


C 3 H 7 .CH(OAc).Et 


J* 


149-151 


Liquid 


Coninck 


C. E., 82, 92 


29, 694 


jj 


.... 


JJ 


149-151 




CEchsner 


B., 9, 193 




jj - 




JJ 


abt. 145 


.... 


Cahours & Pelouze 


C. E., 54, 1245; 


iii., 152 ; vii., 














J., 16, 527 


645 


jj jj 


.... 


JJ 


140-145 




Buff 


J., 21, 336 




i) j> 


CHMe 2 .C(OAc).Me 2 


JJ 


140-143 


.... 


Friedel and Silva 


C. E., 76, 226 


vii., 982; 26, 
















489 


Amylic propionate 


CH 3 .CH 2 .COOC S H U 


JJ 


155 




Wrightson 


J., 6, 439 




jj 


JJ 


JJ 


160-2 




Elsasser 


A, 218, 302 


44,967 


Butylic butyrate 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 2 .COO.(CH 2 ) 3 .CH 3 


JJ 


165-5 (735-7) 


Liquid 


Lieben and Rossi 


A., 158, 170 


24, 522; vii., 
















216 


,, 


JJ 


JJ 


164-77 




Linnemann 


A., 162, 39 ; A., 


vii., 203; 25, 














161, 195 


396 


Isobutylic butyrate 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 2 .COO.CH 2 .CHMe 2 


JJ 


156-9 




Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


ji 


JJ 


JJ 


156-9 (760) 




Schumann 


G. J. C., 1881 




jj 


JJ 


JJ 


150-155 u. c. 




3riinzweig 


A., 162, 207 


vii., 226 ; 26, 








(722) 








374 


Butylic butyrate J 28amp]es 

jj 


( C 3 H-.COOC 4 H 9 




JJ 

JJ 


149-5 (758) 
149-5 


Liquid 


Pierre and Puchot 

" JJ 


J. Ph. [4], 13,369 
A. C. [4], 22, 326 


24, 903 


Isobutylic isobutyrate 


CHMe 2 .COO.CH,.CHMe 2 


JJ 


148-150 




Balbiano 


G. I., 8, 371 


36, 615 


!I 


Me 2 .CH,..COO.CH. ! .CHMe 2 


JJ 


147-5 




Schmidt 


G. J. G, 1874 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



199 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Isobutylic isobutyrate 

7J 
51 
> 3J 

Propylic isovalerate 

* 

Isopropylic isovalerate 

Ethylic caproate 
,, .... ... 

, } 


j, 


,, .... 

.... .... 





u ,j 
,, ,, 

,, .... 

)> ) * 
Methylic oenanthylate 


) " 

Caprylic acid .... 


Me 2 .CH 2 .COO.CH 2 .CHMe 2 



CHMe 2 .COO.CH 2 .CHMe 2 

J) 

CHMe 2 .CH 2 .COOPr 

J) 

CHMe 2 .CH 2 .COOPriS 
CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 4 .COOEt 
j> 

jj 

jj 



C 6 H n .COOEt 
CHMe 2 .(CH 2 ) 2 .COOEt 
CHMePi-'.COOEt 

) 



CHEt^COOEt 

)J 


)) 

CjHn.COOEt 
CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 5 .COOMe 

)) 

Me 2 .CH(CH 2 ) 3 .COOMe 
CH" 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.COOMe 
CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 6 .COOH 


CsHjeO-j 
j> 

j> 
j 
)> 

jj 
;> 


)j 

j> 
) 



i> 

)> 
> 




? 
)> 

)> 

N 

)> 

n 



146-6 (760) 
146-6 
144-145 
144-147 (722 
157 (761) 

155-9 

142 (756) 

166-9-167-3 
(738) 
165-5-166 
(735-8) 
164-9-165-9 
165-5-166 
(735-8) 
164-9-165-9 

66-5-168-5 c 
162 
160-4 o. (737) 
150-155 
151-8 
153 

151 
151 
151 

151-5 
120 
180 
172-5-173-5 
166 
156-157 c. 
239-241 


Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 
. 20 

s 7 


Schumann 
Elsasser 
Griinzweig 


Pierre and Puchol 

Elsasser 
Silva 

Lieben & Janecek 


D 
Lieben and Rossi 

Franchimont anc 
Zinck6 
Perkin 
Fehling 
Lieben and Rossi 
Kelbe and Warth 

Saytzeff 

Schnapp 
Frankland & Duppa 
Saytzeff 

Fittig 
Lerch 

}ahours & Demargay 
Poetsch 
Hecht 


G. J. C., 1881 
A., 218, 302 
B. S., 18, 125 
A., 162, 193 
C.R.,66,302; 76 
1332; Z.C., 12 
660 ; A. C. P 
[4], 22, 297 
A., 218, 302 
A., 153, 136; 
Z. C., 12, 508 
A., 187, 126; A 
170, 94 
j 

A., 187, 126 
A.,165,118;G.I. 
1, 314 
A., 163, 193 

A., 53, 399 
A., 165, 125 
B., 15, 309 
M. C., 4, 26 
B., 11,512; A., 
193, 352 
B., 10, 1953 
J., 18, 308 
B., 11, 511; A., 
193, 352 
A., 200, 27 
A., 49, 212 
J. [1866], 323 
C. R., 89, 331 
A., 218, 56 
A., 209, 324 
C. R 89 331 


44,967 

vii., 226; 26,374 
vi., 964 ; vii., 
62 ; 26, 1017 

44,967 
vi., 966 

32, 879 



26, 268 ; vii., 
250 

45, 501 
i., 744 
vii., 250; 26, 268 
42, 711 

34,566 
34, 293 
34, 566 
38, 376 

36, 1037 
44,730 
42,41 
36, 1037 








236 238 


15 






i 745 








236-237 


16-16-5 




A., 171 380 


27 1155 








(761-7) 
235-238 


16-17 














(757-8) 
230-234 


16-17 




Z C [2] 5 56 


vi., 395 










6 17 




A 152 9 


vi. 878 


)> )) 








236-240 
238 


4-15 


Tehling 


A., 53, 401 
J 10 353 












3 




A 118 315 










211 (338) 


5 






45 485 




CHMe 2 .(CH,) 4 .COOH 




236 237 


6 




G I 13 514 


46 461 








235-237 


6 17 




A C J 3 385 


42, 600 




C 6 H 13 .CH 2 .COOH 




32 234 






B 16 789 






CHMe 2 .(CH 2 ) 2 .CHMe.COOH 




18-220 


17 




A C J , 3, 385 










18-220 (767) 


17 


"Williams 




5, 128 




CHPr 2 .COOH 




19'5 






A C J 3 385 


42, 600 




CMe 3 .CH2.CHMe.COOH 




05 218 p d 






A 189 70 


34 124 




CMe 3 .CHMe 2 .COOH (?) 




215 
10 230 






A 202 315 




Oxoctenol (alcohol) 
Isoamylglycidic ether 


CMe 3 .CO.C(OH)Me 2 or 
CMe 2 .O.C(OH).CMe 3 


; 

i 


78-178-5 

88 


9-5 


Jutlerow 
leboul 


J. R. [1882], 199 
A. C. [3], 60, 59 


.,897 



200 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Isobutaldehyde (polymer) ... 
Isoaiuylethylic carbonate ... 
Propylic propylgly collate ... 

Ethylic a-ethoxybutyrate ... 

11 11 
ethoxyisobutyrate ... 
diethoxalate 
11 11 .... 

Ethylic leucate 
,, 
Methylic hydroxyoenanthy- 
late 
Acid from isobutylaldehyde 
Hydroxycaprylic acid 

11 

i) 

11 11 

Diallyl hydroacetate 
Propylene monovalerate 
Isovaleroglyeerol 

Dialdane alcohol 

(?) 
Ethylic diethylglyoxylate .... 

D 
Camphoric acid 

Paraldol 


see C 12 H 24 O 3 
CO.OEt.[O(OH 2 ), ! .CHMe,] 
CH 2 .(OPr).COOPr 

CH s .CH 2 .CHOEt.COOEt 

C,H 6 (OEt).COOEt 
CEtjOH.COOEt 



CEt 2 (OH).COOEt 

)> 

CH 2 (OH).(CH 2 ) 5 .COOMe 
CH 3 (CH 2 ) 6 .CH(OH).COOH 

CMe 3 .CH 2 .C(OH)Me.COOH 
Pr 2 a.C(OH).COOH 
Pr/.qOHJ.COOH 
C 6 H 10 .H 2 (OH)(OAc) 
CH 2 .O(QH 9 O).CH 2 .CH 2 OH 

G 3 H 5 (OH):o 2 :c s H 10 

CH 2 .CH(OH).CH 2 .CH 2 OH 
CH.CHj.CHMe 

CH(OEt) 2 .COOEt 

J) 

CH 2 .CH 2 .CHC 2 H 4 .COOH 
CH 2 .CH,j.CH.COOH 

CH 3 (CH 2 ) 6 .CH 2 OH 
CHMe,,(CH 2 ) 4 .CH 2 .OH 

J) 

C s H u .CHEt.OH 
C 6 H 13 .CHMe.OH 




)) 

1) 

CHMe 2 .(CH 2 ). 3 CHMe.OH 

) 
) 
>1 
Jf 


C 8 H 16 2 
C 8 H 16 3 

)) 
)) 




J) 

)7 



)) 
)) 


)I 
J> 
I) 
) 
) 
J 

)1 

C 8 H I6 4 


)) 

JJ 

C 8 H 16 O 6 
C 8 H 18 

ji 
j 


) 

n 



i 

!) 
11 
J> 
)> 
)) 


II 

II 
'I 
II 


136-138 (18) 
182-3 c. 
192 

168-174 

168-5 
155 
175 
175 

175 
175-.Z76 (750) 
160-165 

sb. 50 

abt. 210 
260 
224-228 

162-165 (10) 

185-195 (30) 
195-196 
199-2 
206-215 

90-100 L v. 

195-195-5 c. 
195-196 c. 
196-197 
190-192 

187-192 

182-186 
180-184 

181-183 
178-185 
181 
181-182 
182 
179-5 c. 
181 

180-182 
179-5 
181 
181 


Liquid 

Liquid 
Liquid 

75-80 
69-5 

92 
107 (117 ?) 
80-81 
110-111 

Liquid 
Liquid 

sf. 49 ; melts 
53 

sf. 80-90 
190 

Liquid 


Rose 
Schreiner 

Duvillier 

Schreiner 

ii 
H. C. Jones 
Frankland & Duppa 

Prankland 
Henry 
Helms 

Fossek 
Erlenmeyer & Sigel 

Fossek 
Butlerow 
Woronzoff 
Markownikoff 
Wurtz 
Eeboul 
Harnitz-Harnitzky 
& Menschutkin 
Wurtz 

Pinner and Klein 
Schreiber 
Kachler 

Wurtz 

Perkin 


Renesse 
Zinck6 

Franchimont and 
Zinck6 
Schorlemmer 
Pelouze & Cahours 

Neison 

)! 

II 
II 

Chapman 
Perkin 
Schorlemmer 

D 
ii 
Ramsay 
Kullhem 


M. C., 2, 623 
A., 205, 246 
B., 12, 179; A., 
197, 821 
C. R., 86,47; A 
197, 16, 21 
B., 12, 179 
ii 

P.T. [1866], 309; 
A., 135, 29 
P. R, S., 12, 396 
B., 5, 949 
B., 8, 1170 

M. C., 3, 623 
A., B., 7, 698 ; A. 
177, 102 
M. C., 4, 663 
J. R. [1882], 199 
J. R., 13, 237 
Z. C., 6, 516 
A. C. [4], 3, 162 
C. R, 79, 169 
A., 136, 127 ; 
B. S. [2], 3, 253 
C. R, 92, 1371 

B. S., 28, 169 
B., 11, 1476 
Z. C., 13, 168 
A., 164, 75 

C. R, 83, 255 

Z. C. [1869], 67 

A., 166, 82 
A., 152, 4 ; Z. G, 
12, 55 
B., 4, 823 

A., 152, 152 
A., 129, 91 ; J., 
16, 529 

P. R. S., 16, 376 
A., 152, 152 

A., 173, 319 


40, 252 
36, 522 

34, 489 

36, 522 

11 
33, 183 

iii., 578 
26, 264 
29, 374 

42,1279; 43,92 
27, 981 ; 28, 
1010 
46, 38 
42,937 

vii., 885 
vi., 94 
27, 1154 
v., 980; vi., 637 

42, 489 

36, 46 
vii., 949 

30, 621 

45, 472 
46,473 
26, 1082 
vi., 697, 878 

vi., 879 
iv., 171 

27, 845 
27, 843 
28, 208 
27, 837 
18, 290 
45,473 
vi., 65; 28, 207; 
27, 1030 
n.,879;vii.,868 
28, 209 
35, 469 
28, 354 


Dimethyl dambose (dam- 
bonite) 


Octyl alcohol 


























11 ! 




' 







COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



201 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 




CHMe 3 .(CH 2 ). 3 CHMe.OH 


C,H,,O 


180 (760) 




JSouis 


C. R., 38, 935 


iv., 171 








179 




Squire 


41, 603 ; A. C 

PI 44, 128 


iv., 171 








178 




JVtoschnin 


J. F. P., 60, 207 










177-178 (755 




Schorlemmer 


27, 1029 


vii., 868 






C 6 H 3 .CHMe.OH 





177-6-177-8 
(744) 
174-178 


Liquid 


Briihl 
De Clermont 


A., 203, 28 
B. S. [21 12 212 


vi., 880 




CHMe.,.CH 2 .CH 2 .CHMe. 




179-180 (765 


1 17 






35, 127 




CH 2 OH 
CHEtj.CHEt.OH 




165-166 






B , 10 407 


32, 589 








16J^166 


1 30 




A 191 141 


34, 486 




CsHn.CHEt.OH 




163-165 






J p [2] 23 467 


40, 794 




CHMe 2 .CHOH.CH 2 .CHMe 




160-163 (75". 


\ 17 






35, 127 




CMe 3 .CH 3 .CMe 3 .OH 




146-5-147-5 


s 20 




B 9 1687 C C 


31, 448 ; 32, 


,, 
Heptylmethyl oxide 
Hexylethyloxide 

(secondary) 

,, .... 
Diethy lethyloxide 
Amylpropyloxide 

Dibutyloxide 


Pr.CEt 2 .OH 
C 7 H 15 .O.Me 
CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 5 .O.Et 
C 6 H 13 .O.Et 


C 2 H 3 Et 2 .O.Et 
C.HH.O.PI- 

(CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 ) 2 O 

(CHEtMe) 2 O 


J 
i) 

)) 
)) 

) 

H 

jj 


145-155 
160-5-161 
abt. 134-137 
131-133 

132-134 
131-1 
125-130 

140-5(741-5) 
123 


Liquid 


Wills 
Lieben and Janecek 
Schorlemmer 

Reboul and Truchot 
Lieben 
Chancel 

Lieben and Rossi 


[1877], 2; A., 
189, 53 
Z. C. [1865], 615 
J., 6, 510 
A., 187, 139 
Z.C. [1866], 606; 
A., 144, 241 
J., 20, 582 
A., 187, 14 
C. R.,68;A., 151 
305 
A., 165, 110 
A C P [5] 25 219 


874; 34, 122 

ill., 149 ; 6, 314 
32, 881 
19, 357 

29, 59 
vi., 964 

vii., 217; 26, 367 
42 590 




(CHEtMe) 3 O 




120-122 






B 7 291 


27, 677 








120-131 






A 175 54 


28, 554 




(CHMe 2 .CH 2 ).,O 




100 104 no 






A 175 55 










104 




)) 




ii., 537 


Octylene glycol 
Methylethylpinacone 


Diisopropylglycol 


Glycol from isobutaldehyde.... 

Diethoxybutane 


C 8 H 16 (OH) 2 
CMeEt(OH).CMeEt(OH) 

J) 

CHPr0(OH).CHPr/3(OH) 
C 8 H 16 (OH) 3 " 

CH 2 (OEt).(CH 2 )j.CH 2 (OEt) 
CH 3 .CH(OPr)3 


C 9 H 18 O 2 



) 

ji 





235-240 
200-205 
201-203(745) 

222-223 

131-4 

14g 148 


28 

28-29 
91 
90 
51-5 


Clermont 
Lawrinowitsch 

Schramm 
Fossek 
) 
n 


C. R, 59, 80 ; As. 
3, 254 
B., 8, 767 ; A., 
185, 124 
B., 16, 1582 
M.C., 4, 663 
M.C., 3, 623 
M.C.,3,623;M.G, 
4,663 
A., 178, 14 
C R 91 629 


iv., 173;vi.,68 
29, 897 ; 32, 428 

44, 1080 
46,37 
42, 1279 
42, 12 79; 46, 37 

40, 35 


)i .... 
Amylmethyl acetal .... 
Isobutyl acetal 
,, ,, 
Ethyloxethyloxide 
Isoamylglyceric ether (amy lin) 
Amylic dimethylic orthofor- 
mate 
Propylic diethylic orthofor- 
mate 
Metbylie dipropylic orthofor- 
mate 
Diethoxyetbyloxide 

>i 
Etbylglycol acetal 
... 
Triethoxyethane 


J) 

CH 3 .CH(OMe)(OC 5 H n ) 
CHMe 2 .CH(OEt) 2 

)J 

Et.C 2 H 4 .O.C 3 H.,.OEt 
C 3 H 5 (OH) 2 (OC 5 H 11 ) 
CH(OMe)j.(OC 6 H u ) 

CH(OEt) 2 .(OPr) 
CH(OPr) 2 .OMe 

(EtO.C 2 H 4 ) 2 O 
(CHMe.OEt)j.O 
CH 2 OEt.CH(OEt) 3 

)1 

CH 3 .C(OEt) 3 


j 
> 
) 


C 8 H" 8 3 

i 

T 



> 

51 
i) 
1 


142 
141-144 
168-170 
134-136 
148 
260-262 
234-240 

165-170 
180-182 

abt. 168 
80-84 
164 

168 
142 


Liquid 

Liquid 
Liquid 

**> 

liquid 


Bachmann 


Girard 

Lieben 
Reboul 
Pinner 



n 

Lieben 
Jacobsen 
Pinner 

Geuther 


A., 218, 38 

)> 

C. R., 91, 629 
C. R., 92, 886 
A., 133, 287 
J., 13, 464 
B., 16, 1643 

>j 
n 

A., 133, 287 
B., 4, 216 
B., 5, 150 
A., 146, 196 
J.Z.4,221;Z.C. 
[21 7, 128 


44,727 

I 

iv.,288;vi.,598 
ii., 884 
44, 1089 

* 


v.,288;vi., 597 
vii., 481 
vii., 1 ; 25, 407 

vii., 8; 24, 515 

2 D 



202 



OEGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylidene oxethylalcoholate 


C 4 H 8 (OEt) 2 


C 8 H 18 3 


153 


Liquid 


Laatsch 


A., 218, 13 


44, 788 


Tetraethylene glycol.... 


(HO.C 2 H 4 .O.C 2 H 4 ) 2 


C 8 HiaOa 


a. 300 o.p. 


.... 


Louren^o 


B. S. [1859], 77 


ii., 577 








230 (25) 










Dimethyl (or ethyl) rnannite 


.... 


C 8 H 18 6 


.... 


230-250 


Tollens 


B., 15, 1633 




Ethylperoxide 


Et 4 O 3 


C 8 H 20 3 


.... 


L 40 


Berthelot 


A. C. [5], 27, 229 


44, 305; 40, 709 














C. R., 92, 895 




Trimethylcarbinol hydrate .. 


2(CMe 3 .OH)+H 3 O 


CjHjjOj 


80 


1. 0. ; s. f . m 


Butlerow 


Z. C. [2], 7, 273 


24, 1035; 26, 




see C 4 H 10 










A., 162, 228 


369; vu., 221 


Benzonaphthone 


(C 9 H 4 0). 


C 9 H 4 


.... 


a. 300 


.... 




39, 220 


Trimellitic anhydride 


C 6 H 3 .(COOH).CO.O.CO 


C 9 H 4 6 




157-158 


Baeyer 


A., 166, 340 


vil., 785; 26, 756 











.... 


158 


Emmerling 


B., 12, 1446 


38, 265 


Coumarin 


.... 


C 9 H 6 2 


270 


50 




.... 


il., 93 


.... .... .. 


.... 


)1 


290-5-S91 


67-67-5 


Perkin 


21,53;A.,147,22 


vi., 496, 1010 


.... .... *. 


C 6 H 4 .CH : CH.CO.O=1.2 


)) 


290 


Ml 





B., 8, 1599 


29, 439 




i i 














,, .... .... 







291 


.... 


Briihl 


B., 9, 1368 


31, 165 


Phenylpropiolic acid 


PH.C : C.COOH 


J) 


.... 


134-137 


Paternd 


G. I., 2, 553 


26, 636 





)1 


1] 


.... 


186-137 


Glaser 


Z. C. [2], 4, 328 


vi., 962 


Methylene phthalyl 


c 6 H 4 :(co) 2 :cH 2 =i.2 





.... 


217- 219-5 


Gabriel 


B., 14, 926 


40, 733 


Hydroxymethylene phthaly] 


c 6 H 4 : (co) 2 : CH.OH 


C 9 H 6 3 




145-146 


Gabriel and Michae 


B., 11, 1012 


34, 734 


Coumarilic acid 


C 6 H 4 .CH : C(COOH).O 


) 




192-193 


Perkin 


24, 46 


vi., 498 




I 1 

















M 


)) 


310-316 s. d 


190-191 


Fittig and Ebert 


A., 216, 162 


44, 474 


Umbelliferone 


C,H 3 (OH).CH : CH.CO.O 


)) 


.... 


223-224 


Tiemann & Reimer 


B., 12, 994 


36, 720 




=1.2. 2 














.... 





J) 




224 


Posen 


B., 14, 2745 




,, .... 




)) 


.... 


240 


Tiemann and Lewi 


B., 10, 2218 




- 


.... 





.... 


d. w. m. 200 


!> 







Bergaptei) 








206'5 




A., 31, 70, 320 




Methoxyphtlialic anhydride 


C 6 H 3 (OMe):(CO) 2 : 0=1.2.3 


C 9 H 6 4 




87 


Jacobseu 


B., 16, 1964 


44, 1124 


n 


=1.3.4 


JJ 




93 


Schall 


B., 12, 829 


36, 793 


^Esculetin 


C 9 H 6 4 +H.,0 


)J 


d. a. 270 


a, 270 


Zwenger 


A., 90, 68 


i., 59 




i " 


C,H 6 4 +JH 2 


) 




a, 250 


j> 


5) 




Daphnetin 


C 6 H 5 (OH)0 3 







253-256 u. c 


StUukel 


B., 12, 111 


36, 469 




Opiuic acid 


C 9 H 5 +2H 2 


C.HA 


.... 


148 


Liechti 


As., 7, 149 


29, 296 




Methoxynorhemipinic anhy- 





5) 




148 





As., 7, 153 




dride 
















? Acid 







.... 


177-197 (sic) 


Breuer and Zinck6 


B., 14, 1897 






Benzene tricarboxylic acid .... 


C 6 H a (COOH) 3 = ? 


C,H 6 6 


.... 


149-150 p. d. 


Woelz 


A., 168, 81 


26, 1143 


Hemimellitic acid 


=1.2.3 


)J 




185 d. 


Baeyer 


As., 7, 31 


vi., 811 


Trimellitic acid 


=1.2.4 


) 


.... 


216 





As., 7, 40 


vi., 813 


" > 










216-218 


Krinoa 


B., 10, 1495 







J 







216 


Hammerschlag 


B., 11, 88 




Trimesic acid .... 


=1.3.5 







a. 300 


Bottinger 


B., 7, 1781 


28, 568 









)> 




s. w. m. 300 


Ost 


J. p. [2], 15, 301 


32, 486 






j 







a. 300 


Baeyer 


As., 7, 22 






Aldehydo-^-hydroxyisoph- 


OH^COOHJj.COH =1.2.6.4 


) 


.... 


237-238 


Beimer 


B., 11, 795 


34, 882 


thalic acid 
















Aldehydo-a-hydroxyisoph- 


=1.2.4.6 


JJ 




260 d. 


D 


B., 11, 793 


J) 


thalic acid 
















Hydroxytrimellitic acid 


C 6 H 2 .OH(COOH) 3 =1.2.4.5 


f' 9 H 6 7 




240-245 d. 


Tacobsen and Meyer 


B., 16, 192 


44, 590 


Hydroxytrimesic 


=1.2.3.5 


)J 




270 


Jeimer 


B., 11, 796 


34, 882 


Polyporic acid 


.... 


C 9 H 7 2 ). 


.... 


a. 220 


Stahlschmidt 


A., 187, 177 


32, 620 


Phenylpropargyl oxide 


PhO.C 3 H 3 


C 9 H 8 


210 


jiquid 


lenry 


C. R., 96, 1233 


44, 803 


Cinnamic aldehyde 


C 6 H 6 .CH:CH.CHO 





247-248 




3 erkin 




31, 403 


Action of acetylchloride on 


.... 


C 9 H 8 2 




125-128 


Paal 


B, 15, 1818 


44, 62 


benzaldehyde and Zn. dust 
















Hydrocuumaric anhydride .... 


.... 


> 


272 


25 


Zwenger 


As., 5, 10G 


vi., 716 


Cinnamic acid 


C 6 H 6 .CH : CH.COOH 


> 


280-290 




eilstein & Kuhlburg 


Z. C. [2], 7, 487 


25,300 


j, .... 





i> 


293 


.... 


)umas and Peligot 


A. C., 57, 311 


i., 984 





I? 


)> 


300-304 


29 


Kopp 


J. F. P., 37, 280 


IJ 


)) !1 










32 


Conrad 


B., 13, 2160 


40, 1(J8 






COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



203 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ciuuamic acid 


C 6 H 6 .CH : CH.COOH 


C 9 H 8 2 


.... 


132 


Stuart 


.... 


43, 407 


,, ,, 


JJ 


j> 


.... 


133-4 






vi., 249 


,, 


H 


jj 


.... 


133 


Busse 


B., 9, 832 


30, 641 


J> JJ "" 


jj 


jj 




133 


Ogilaloro 


G. I., 8, 429 


36, 641 


,, 


j 


jj 




133-3 


Kachler 


Z. C. [2], 6, 60 


vii., 160 


jj j) .... 


jj 


jj 


.... 


132-6-132-8 


Kraut 


G. J. C., 1868 




It JJ 


ij 


jj 


.... 


133 


Miller 


G. J. G, 1877 




JJ JJ " *" 


jj 


jj 




183 


Tiemann&Herzfel 


B., 10, 69 




,, n 

Atropic acid ... ... 


jj 

C 9 H 5 .C(COOH) : CH 2 

JJ 


jj 
jj 
jj 


300 


104-106 
106-5 


Weger 
Pesci 
Kraut 


A., 221, 61 
G. I. [1881], 538 
A., 133, 93 ; 148 
242 


46, 11 
42, 740 
vi,, 249 






jj j .... .... .... 


J 


j> 


.... 


106 


Ladenburg and 


B., 13, 373 


38, 472 




JJ 

JJ 
J 
JJ 


jj 

jj 

JT 
JJ 
JJ 


302-S04 (75) 


105-5-107-5 
106-5 
106-107 
106-5 

138 


Eugheimer 

j> )i 
Fittig and Wurster 
Spiegel 
Schmidt 


B., 13, 2042 
A., 195, 147 
B., 14, 237 
B., 13, 370 
A. 
A., 167, 69 


36, 379 

38, 482 










Alorcinic anhydride 


Methylene dioxymandelic acid C 6 H 3 (:O 2 :CH 2 XCHOH.COOH 


JJ 




152-153 


Lorenz 


B., 14, 793 




J 

Isatropic acid.... 


See C 18 H 18 O 4 
See C 18 H 16 4 
C 6 H 6 .CO.OAc 


(C 9 H 2 ) 3 
C 9 H 8 3 


120 


125-128 
Liquid 


Paal 
Gerhardt 


B., 15, 1819 
Traite, 3, 319 


i., 21 


Acetyl benzoate 


Methylic plenylglyoxylate .... 


Ph.CO.COOMe 


)J 


246-248 (760 


.... 


Claisen 


B., 12, 629 


36, 648 


Phenylglycidic acid 
Benzoylacetic acid 


O.CHPh.C'H.COOH 

i i 


JJ 
J) 


.... 


154-155 d. 
103-104 


Plochl 
Perkin 


B., 16, 2821 


46, 605 
46, 174 


CH 2 Bz.COOH 


> ) 


JJ 


JJ 


. .... 


85-90 d. 


Bayer and Perkin 


B., 16, 2129 


46,63 


Acetoxybenzaldehyde 


C 6 H 4 .OAc.COH =1.4 


JJ 


260 


Liquid 


Barbier 


C. R, 90, 37 ; B. 


38, 318, 468 














S. [2], 33, 54 







jj jj 


JJ 


264-265 


1. 21 


Tiemann& Herzfek 


B., 10, 64 


82, 893 





=1.2 





abt. 253 p. d. 


37 


Perkin 


A., 148, 203 


21, 53; vl., 1009 


)> 


JJ JJ 


JJ 


254-256 


.... 


Barbier 


C. R, 90, 37 


38, 318 


>j 


=1.3 


J) 


263 


Liquid 


Tiemann & Ludwig 


B., 15, 2047 


44, 188 


Acetylbenzoic acid (aceto- 


C 6 H 4 .Ac.COOH =1.2 


JJ 


.... 


114-115 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 10, 1554 


34, 229 


phenone carbonic) 
















" 


=1.4 


JJ 


.... 


200 


E. Meyer 


B., 12, 1071 


36, 795 


Toluyl carboxylic acid 


C 6 H 4 .Me.(CO.COOH) =1.4 


JJ 




abt. 99 


Eoser 


B., 14, 1750 


42, 194 


Coumaric acid 


C 6 H 4 .OH(CH : CH.COOH)=? 


)J 


.... 


190 


.... 


.... 


ii., 93 


,, 


=1.2 


JJ 




207-208 d. 


Tiemann & Herzfeld 


B., 10, 286 


31, 709 


> 


>! 


JJ 


.... 


185 


Schotten 


B., 11, 788 


34,878 





=1.3 


JJ 


.... 


191 


Tiemann & Ludwig 


B., 15, 2040 


44, 189 


? 


=1.4 


JJ 


.... 


179-180 


Hlasiwetz 


A., 136, 31 


vi., 897 








JJ 


.... 


198-200 d. 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 2301 




?> 





JJ 


.... 


206 


Tiemann & Herzfeld 


B., 10, 66 


32, 893 


Hydrocoumarilic acid 


O.C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .CH.COOH 


JJ 


298-5-300-5 d. 


116-5 


Fittig and Ebert 


A., 216, 166 


44, 474 


Paracumarhydrin 




JJ 




82-83 


.... 


A., 199, 36 




,, 


.... 


JJ 




85 


Jobst and Hesse 


B., 10, 249 


32, 201 


Acetylbenzoic anhydride ... 


.... 


JJ 




70 


.... 


A., 135, 92 




Benzoglycollic acid .... 


C 6 H 6 .CO.O.CH 2 COOH 


C 9 H 8 4 


.... 


120 


Conrad 


J. p. [2], 15, 241 


32, 484 


Benzalmalonic acid 


Ph.CH : (COOH) 2 


JJ 




193d. 


Stuart 


.... 


43, 405 


Acetylsalicylic acid .... 


C 6 H 4 .OAc.COOH =1.2 


JJ 




s. 118-118-5 


Gilm 


A., 112,181 


vi., 1007 


? 


CnH^COOH^CHjCOOH) 


JJ 


.... 


s. w. m. 200- 


Allen & Underwood 


B. S., 40, 100 


46, 587 




=1.3 






210 








Toluene dicarboxylic acid 


Me.(COOH) 2 =? 


JJ 




180 [160] 


Slasiwetz 


A., 138, 70 


vi., 628 


(isouvitic) 
















(uvitic) 


=1.3.5 


JJ 




230 


lall and Eemsen 


A. C. J., 2, 130 


40, 821 


u j) 


JJ 


JJ 


...- 


287-288 


Tittig & Furtenbacli 


Z. C. [2], 4, 1 


vi., 821 


) 5J 


JJ JJ 


JJ 


.... 


287 


Tmck 


A. 122, 184 


v., 770 

O r. i) 



204 



OEGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Toluene dicarboxylic acid 


Me.(COOH) 2 = 1.3.5 


C 9 H 8 4 




288 


Bottinger 


B., 8, 1585 


20, 566 


(uvitic) 



















= 


)) 


.... 


abt. 270 d. 


Blomstrand and 


B., 5, 1088 


26, 506 ; vii., 












Hakansson 




1171 


(xylidic) 


=1.2.5 


J> 


.... 


280-883 


Fittig & Laubinger 


Z. C. [2], 4, 597 ; 


vi., 1130 














A., 151, 276 




?> j> >j 


> )) 


I) 




291 








> 


)> (ft' >! ) 


=1.2.4 


)5 




320-330; 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 2112 


42, 188 










sf. 310 








(isoxylidic) 


= 


)> 




315 ; sf. 280 


Senhofer 


A., 164, 135 


25, 1018; vii., 
















1171 


Ethylene protocatechuic acid 


J 6 H a (CpOH):O s :C,H 4 =1.3. 


n 


.... 


133 


Fittig and Remsen 


Z. C. [2], 7, 289 


vii., 1024 


I! 


J 


jj 




133 


Fittig & Macalpine 


Z. C. [2], 7, 291 


24, 1051 


)> U 


)> 


)> 


.... 


133-5 





A., 168, 99 


26, 1144 


Pyrogallol carbouethyl ether 


c 6 H 3 ; o s ; c.oEt =1.2.3 


i) 


250-280 p.d. 


105 


Bender 


B., 13, 698 


40, 48 


/3-Methylresorcinoldialdehyd 


OMe.OH.(COH) 2 =1.3. (?) s 


is 




88-89 


Tiemann & Parrisius 


B., 13, 2369 


40, 271 


a- 


)) 


3) 




179 





D 


)> 


a-Orceudialdehyde 


C 6 HMe(OH) 2 (COH) 2 


JJ 




117 


Tiemann & Helken- 


B., 12, 1003 


36, 720 












berg 






0- 


J 


)) 




168 


>i 


B., 12, 1004 


?) 


Methyl normeconin .... 









125 c. 


BeckettandWright 


.... 


29, 307 


? acid 








a. 200 




A., 200, 37 




Methylene dioxyphenylgly- 


JH,:0,:C 6 H 3 .CH(OH). 


C 9 HA 




152-153 


Lorenz 


B., 14, 793 


40, 729 


collic acid 


COOH 














Methoxyphthalic acid 


(COOH) 2 .OMe =1.2.4 


J) 




138-144 


Schall 


B., 12, 829 


36, 794 





=1.2.3 


)) 




160 p. d. 


Jacobsen 


B., 16, 1962 


44, 1124 


Methoxyisoplithalic acid .... 


=1.3.2 


)) 




216-218 


Schall 


B., 12, 828 


36, 794 


>t 


=1.3.4 





."" 


245 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 899 


36, 793 


ji 


J) 


1 




261 


Schall 


B., 12, 828 


36, 794 


Methoxyterephthalic acid .... 


= 1.4.5 


)) 




274-275 


Paterno & Canzoneri 


G. I., 9, 455 


38, 247 





JJ 


) 




277-279 


Schall 


B., 12, 828 


36, 794 


Methylnoropianic acid 


COOH.OMe.OH.COH =? 


)) 




154 


.... 


J. p. [2], 24, 368 




Aldehydovanillic acid 


COOH.OMe.OH.COH 


)) 




221-222 


Tiemann and 


B., 9, 1280 


31,88 




= 1.3.4.5 








Mendelsohn 






Hydroxyuvitic acid 


(COOH) 2 .OH.Me =1.3.2.5 .... 


JJ 




275; 


Jacobsen 


B., 13, 2050 ; A., 


40, 172 










sf. 225-235 d. 




195, 287; 206, 196 




,, 


ji )> 


1 




220 d. 


Bottinger 


B., 9, 810 


30, 415 


,, 


=1.3.4.5 .... 







278 d. 





B., 13, 1933 


40, 172 





) J) 


n 




294-295 


Hall and Eemsen 


A. C. J., 2, 137 


40, 821 





)) 







290 p. d. 


Jacobsen 


A., 206, 188 


40, 431 





J) 


) 




290 p. d. ; 





B., 13, 2050 


40, 172 










sf. 280 











= 1.3.4.6.... 


) 


...* 


d. 290 


Oppenheim & Pfaff 


B., 7, 932 







=1.3.5.6 .... 


) 




270 p. d. 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 2115 


42, 188 


Hydroxyxylidic acid 
Methylnorhemipinic acid .... 


=1.4.2.5 .... 
OMe.OH.(COOH) 2 =1.2.4.5 


C 9 H 8 6 




285-290 
150-155 d. 


Jacobsen and Meyer 
Beckett and Wright 


B., 16, 190 


44, 590 
29, 2!)8 


J> 1) 





)> 


.... 


153-155 


Wegscheider 


M. C., 3, 372 


42, 1207 


Ethylic meconate 


C 5 H0 2 (OH)(COOH)(COOEt) 


C 9 H 8 7 


.... 


179 


Mennel 


J. p., 26, 450 


44, 656 


j, ,, 


)) 


J) 




158-159 




A., 83, 358 


iii., 861 


Ethyhneconic acid 


C s H0 2 .OEt.(COOH) 2 


v 




200 d. 


Meunel 


J. p., 26, 456 


44, 656 


Hydropolyporic aeid 




(C n H 9 2 )n 




162 


Stahlschmidt 


A., 195, 365 


36, 383 


C'innamic alcohol (sty rone) ... 


Ph.CH : CH.CH 2 OH 


C 9 H 10 




S3 


.... 




i., 992 





n 







33 


Ken- 


P. M. [5], 13, 166 




n 





1) 


220 


.... 


Simon 


A., 31, 274 




55 


jt 


)> 


230 




Scharling 


A., 115, 90, 183 




)I I) J! 








248-252 




Hatton & Hodgkin- 




39, 319 












son 






. I) I) 


ji 


)) 


350 




Laubenheimer 


A., 164, 289 


26,65 


)! 51 >, 


n 


)) 


250 


.... 


Wolff 


A., 75, 300 




II J) !) 

Hydrocinnamic aldehyde ... 
Allylphenyloxide 


H 

Ph.CH 2 .CH 2 .COH 
Ph.O.CH 2 .CH : CH 2 


n 

n 
j) 


254 
208 
192-195 


8 
Jiquid 


Kopp 
Henry 


Co. C. [1850], 113 
A. C. [5], 22, 254 
B., 5, 455 


vii., 50; 25,687 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



205 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylphenylketone 


Ph.CO.Et 


C 9 H 10 


205-209 


Liquid 


Pechmann 


B., 15, 891 










11 


205-210 




Bechi 


B., 12, 463 


36, 529 


j, 


11 


11 


210 




Kalle 


A., 119, 166 




,, .... 


11 


11 


208-210 


Liquid 


Barry 


B., 6, 1007 


27,74 





11 


11 


208-212 


.... 


Popoff 


B., 4, 720 


24, 1058 


57 .... . 


11 


11 


210 




Schmidt & Fieberg 


B., 6, 498 


27,75 


, T ... 


11 


11 


212 




Frankland & Louis 




37, 744 


,, 


11 


11 


217 


Liquid 


Freund 


A., 118, 20 


vi., 331 


Benzylmethylketone.... 


C^.CH^CO.Me 


11 


215 


15 


Otto 


J. p. [2], 1, 144 


vii., 940 


.... 


11 


11 


215 


JJ 


Radziszewsky 


B., 3, 199 







11 


11 


214-216 


.... 


Popoff 


B., 5, 500 


25, 821 


Tolyhnethylketone .... w . 


Me.C 6 H 4 .CO.Me 


11 


217 


Liquid 


Michael ia 


B., 15, 185 


42, 970 


Allylphenol (anol) 


C 6 H 4 (C 3 H 5 ).OH =1.4 


11 


abt. 250 


92-5 


Ladenburg 


B., 2, 371 ; As., 


vi., 175 


." 












8,89 






C 6 H 4 .OMe.(CH : CH 2 )=1.2 




195-200 




Perkin 


B., 11, 515 


33, 212 




=1.4 


11 


201-202 d. 


1 to 2 






32, 669 




11 


11 


204-205 


3, 


jj 


B., 11, 515 


33, 215 




1) 11 


11 


204-205 




jj 




32, 673 


Mesityl aldehyde 


11 11 

C 6 H 3 .Me r COH=1.3.5 



11 




Liquid 


? 
Eobinet 


C. R., 96, 500 


44, 577 


,, .... 


11 11 


11 


220-222 




Etard 


C. R., 97, 909 


46, 312 


Epioxyphenylhydrin 


CH 2 (C 6 H 5 O) (CH.O.CH 2 ) 


CgH 10 O 2 




Solid 


Lippmann 


Z. C. [2], 7, 284 


24, 1040 


Hydratropic acid 


6 H s .CHMe.COOH 


11 


264-265 


1. 20 


Fittig and Wurster 


A., 195, 165 


36, 380 


/3-Phenylpropionic acid 


C 6 H 5 .CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH 


11 


.... 


46 


Conrad and Hodg- 


B., 10, 255 


31, 590 


(hydrocinnamie or benzyl- 










kinson 






acetic) 
















11 


11 


11 


270-280; 


.... 


Stockly 


J. p. [2], 24, 17 


42, 77 


11 


11 


1\ 


279-8 




Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


11 11 


11 


11 


280 


47 


Merz and Weith 


B., 10, 758 


32, 617 


1 


11 


> 


.... 


46-5 


Fittig 


Z. C. [1869], 166 


vi., 469 


11 V 


11 


11 


280; c. (754) 


47 


Erlenmeyer 


A., 137, 327 


)! 


?> 


11 


11 


abt. 280 


47 


Sesemann 


B., 6, 1086 


27, 69 


)' 


11 


11 




47 


Hofmann 


B., 7, 521 


27, 793 


11 


11 


1) 


.... 


47 


Oglialoro 


G. I., 8, 429 


36, 641 


Benzylic acetate 


CsH^CHj-OAc 


11 


210 


Liquid 


Cannizzaro 


A., 88, 130 


i., 21 


,, 


11 


11 


206 


.... 


.... 


A., 96, 246 ; 193, 
















320 




Ethylic benzoate 


C 6 H 5 .COOEt 


11 


209 




Dumas and Boullay 


P. A., 12, 430 




,, 


11 


11 


208-209 




Deville 


A. C. [3], 3, 188 




,, 


11 


11 


207 


.... 


Delffs 


J., 7, 26 




,, j, 





11 


213 


.... 


Troost 


G. J. C., 1879 







11 


11 


211 


.... 


Fittica 


J. p. [2], 13, 184 


36, 153 


,, 


11 


11 


211-16 




Linnemann 


A., 162,39 


vii., 203 





11 


11 


212-05 (753-6) 




Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 214 


,, 


11 


11 


212-9 (745-5) 


.... 


Kopp 


A., 94, 309 


i., 553 


11 11 .... .... 


11 


11 


215 




Busse 


B., 9, 832 


30, 641 


Methylic phenylacetate 


Ph.CH 2 .COOMe 


11 


220 


Liquid 


Radziszewsky 


Z. C. [2], 5, 358 ; 


vi., 1101 














B., 2, 208 




Ethylbenzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 .Et.COOH=1.2 


11 


.... 


62 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 10, 2206 




,, ,j 


=1.4 


1* 




110-111 


Fittig 


A., 144, 290 


vi., 600 


11 11 .... .... 


n 


11 




110-111 


Thorpe and Kekul6 


B., 2, 421 




,, .... 


I! 


n 




112-113 


Aschenbrandt 


A., 216, 218 


44, 319 


Cresylic acetate 


C 6 H 4 .Me.OAc=l. ? 


n 


214 


Liquid 


Perkin and Hodg- 


.... 


37, 489 












kinson 






,, 


=1.4 


11 


208-211 




Fuchs 


B., 2, 626 




Methylic toluate 


C 6 H 4 .Me.COOMe=1.4 


11 


217 


32 


Fischli 


B., 12, 616 


36, 638 


Ethylsalicylol.. . 


C 6 H 4 .OEt.COH=1.2 




I 1 ? JQ 


1 7ft 


"D 1 ' 


A 1 Af, Qflfi 


20 418 * vi. 






11 


2J(. I KJ^fJ 


1. lo 


IrerKin 


^iL.., l^t', O\J\J 


















1009 





i) 


11 


246-249 


Liquid 


Gottig 


B., 10, 8 


32, 304. 


Tolylacetic acid 


C 6 H 4 .Me.(CH 2 .COOH)=l. ? 


11 


.... 


42 


Vollrath 


Z. C. [1866], 489 


v., 1062 


,, 


=1.3 


11 




53-54 


Radziszewsky and 


B., 15, 1746 














Wispek 






i) 11 


=1.2 




.... 


85-5-86 


)) !) 


B., 15, 1747 


12, 1283 



2C6 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tolylacetic acid 

Methoxytoluic aldehyde 
Hesperetol 


C 6 H 4 .Me.(CH s .COOH)=1.4 

OMe.Me.COH=1.4.6 
(CH : CH.,).OH.OMe=1.3.4 
Me.Me.COOH= ? 
= 1.3.2 

JJ 

= 1.3.4 

JJ J) 
)J JJ 
JJ JJ 
JJ JJ 

=1.4.3 

JJ JJ 

=1.2.4 
j> 

=1.3.5 
jj 11 

Me 3 ;O 2 =1.3.5.2.4 

C 4 H 3 O.CH : CH(CH 2 ) 2 .COOH 
CO(OEt)(OPh) 
CH 2 (OPh).COOMe 
Ph.CH(OH).COOMe 

H 

Ph.CH(OMe).COOH 
Ph.CH 2 CH(OH).COOH 

J 

Ph.CH(OH).CH 2 .COOH 
CH,.C(OH)Ph.COOH 

)) 

tJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 
JJ 


CH s .CH(OPh).COOH 

JJ 

CH 3 (OH).CHPh.COOH 
jj 


jj 

i) 

C 6 H 4 .OMe.COOMe=1.2 
i) 


=1.4 




C,H 10 Z 

n 
11 
ij 
jj 
jj 

JJ 

JJ 
JJ 
11 
11 
JJ 
11 
JJ 
J) 

).' 
11 

N 

11 
Jl 

C 9 H 10 O 3 
i) 
i) 
j) 


ji 
ji 
ji 
ij 
ji 
jj 
jj 

jj 
jj 
jj 
11 
11 
11 
ij 
11 
ji 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 

jj 
jj 

jj 

jj 

11 


254 
273 

267 (727) 
268 

280 

130 

234 

245 

228 
244-246 
(732) 
248 

SS5 


89 

Liquid 
57 
Liquid 
97-99 
103 
120 

122 
125 
125-126 
126 
132 
132 
161 
163 

166 
169-170 
155 

101-102 

87-88 
Liquid 
Liquid 
47-48 
113-114 

71-72 
97-98 
98 
93 
94 
93-94 
93-5-94 

94-95 
93 
93-94 
80-85 
89-91 
90-91 
91 
112-113 
112-5 
117-118 
117 
117-118 
117-118 
117-118 

45-46 
bt. 47 


Eadziszewsky am 
Wispek 
Schotten 
Tiemann and Wil 
Beilstein & Kogle 
Jacobsen 
Hirzel and Beilste 
Fittig & Laubinge 

Kekule 
Schaper 
Jacobsen 
Ador and Meier 
Jacobsen 

jj 
Meyer 
Fittig & Laubinge 

Fittig 
Jacobsen 
Fittig, Kolrich 
and Jilke 
Fittig 
Caillot 
Baeyer and Tonnie 
Fatianoff 
Fritzsche 
Breuer and ZincktS 
Naquet & Longui- 
nine 
Meyer and Boner 
Erlenmeyer 
Conrad 
Erlenmeyer 
Plochl 
Spiegel 
Ladenburg & Eug- 
heimer 
Bottinger 
Tiemann & Kohler 
Fittig and Wiirster 

ji 
Spiegel 
Bottinger 
Tiemann & Kohler 
Saarbach 
ij 
Spiegel 
Fittig and Wiirster 
liadenburg 
jossen 
jadenburg and 
Eugheimer 
!"6lsing 
Schreiner 

Cahours 
jadeiiburg & Fitz 

Cahours 


B., 15, 1744 

B., 11, 785 
B., 14, 967 
A., 137, 317 
B., 11, 21 
B. S., 1, 345 
A., 151, 271 ; 
Z. C. [2], 4, 59 
A., 137, 186 
Z. C. [2], 5, 545 
B., 11, 18 
B., 12, 1968 
B., 14,2111 
B., 14, 2112 
B., 15, 636 
A., 151, 275 ; 
Z. C. [2], 4, 59 
A,, 141, 144 
A., 206, 167 
A., 145, 151 

B., 6, 1399 
A. C. [3], 21, 31 
B., 10, 1364 
Z. C. P. [1864], 7- 
J. p. [2], 20, 275 
B., 13, 636 
A., 139, 301 

B., 14, 2392 
B., 13, 303 
B., 13, 2160 
B., 13, 304 
B., 16, 2815 
B., 14, 1353 
B., 13, 374 

B., 14, 1239 
B., 14, 1980 
A., 195, 154 

ij 
B., 14, 1353 
B., 14, 1239 
B., 14, 1980 
J. p. [2], 19, 175 
J. p. [2], 21, 152 
B., 14, 238 
A., 195, 147 
B., 13, 254 
A., 138, 233 
B., 13, 379 

B., 17, 486 
A., 197, 18 

C. B., 39, 256 
A., 141, 252 

A., 56, 311; A. C. 
[3], 14, 492 


42, 1283 

34, 878 
40, 740 
vi., 1130 

v., 1062 
vi., 1129 

jj 
jj 
34, 410 
38, 252 
42, 187 

jj 
42, 848 
vi., 1130 

vi., 823 
40, 430 
46, 43; vi., 775 

27, 263 
v., 723 
32, 746 
vi., 413 
38, 319 
38, 645 
jj 

42, 195 
38, 471 
40, 168 
38, 471 
46, 606 
42, 520 

36, 379 

Jt 

42,520 

36, 642 
38, 393 

36, 379 
38, 674 

vi., 249 
38, 472 

46, 897 

v., 162 
vi., 899 

,301 


Xylic acid 
























Mesitylenic acid 
jj j) .... ... 
Lauroxylic acid 

Mesitylene quinone 
Ethylic terebenzate 
Furfurangelic acid 
Ethylic phenylic carbonate ... 
Methylic phenoxyacetate ... 
phenylglycollic acic 
>i 

Phenylmethoxyacetic acid .... 
Pheiiyl-a-lactic acid 
jj >i 
Phenyl-/3-lactic acid 


Atrolactic acid 

;> ., 

>i .... 
jj jj 
11 
+iH a O 

ij jj .... .... 

JJ JJ 

)) n 

a-Phenoxypropionic acid 

. ji 
Tropic acid 








jj ii 

Methylic methoxybenzoate.... 

" jj 

" i> 
" 
(anisate) 
" jj 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



207 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic hydroxybenzoate 


C 6 H 4 .OH.COOEt=1.2 


C 9 H 10 3 


226-228 


Liquid 


GSttig 


B., 9, 1473 


31, 313 


(salicylate) 
















5 35 55 


55 )5 


3 


2SS (780) 


Liquid 


Schreiner 


A., 197, 17 




55 53 


J5 =1.3 


J5 


.... 


67 


Earth 


A., 148, 30 


vi., 890 


j ; 


55 55 


55 


.... 


72-74 


Grsebe & Schultzen 


A., 142, 351 





!3 )) 


55 5 


)> 


282 


72 




A., 153, 336 




55 


= 1.4 


5) 


297-298 


112-5 


Greebe 


A., 139, 146 


vi., 899 


55 > 


55 . 


5J 


.... 


116 


Hartmann 


J. p. [2], 16, 50 


32, 895 


Ethoxybenzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 .OEt.COOH=1.2 


5) 


221 


Liquid 


Delffs 


J., 7, 26 


v., 165 


55 " 


5) 5J 


55 


225 




Cahours 


A. C. [3], 10, 369 


j> 


51 j, 


5? 


55 


229-5 


.... 


Baly 


2,28 


j? 


j, " 


3J 


15 


.... 


19-3-19-5 


Kraut, Schroder, 


A., 150, 1 


vi., 1006 












and Prinzhorn 






,, .... ... 


55 5 


J 




19-5 


Spica 


G. I., 9, 433 


38, 167 


,, 


5 55 


5J 




19-4 





A., 216, 152 


j 


(?) 


=1.3 (?) 


H 


.... 


115-117 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 5, 461 


vi., 899 












berg 






(?) 


n (?) 


) 


.... 


118-120 





) 





,, (?) 


(?) 


M 




118-120 




A., 156, 213 




,, ,, 


55 


55 




137 


Heintz 


A., 153, 334 




,j ,, 


55 55 


5) 




138 


Fittica 


B., 11, 1209 


34,981 


,, ,, .... 


=1.4 





.... 


194 


Fucha 


B., 2, 625 




" 


5) 55 


55 




194-195 


Spica 


A., 216.152 


38, 167 


55 55 . " 


55 53 


>J 




195 


Ladenburg & Fitz 


A., 141, 254 


vi., 899 


Methoxyphenylacetic acid .... 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.(CH s .COOH)=1.4 


J5 


.... 


85-86 


Cannizzaro 


A., 117, 246 


vi., 174 


Hydroxybenzylic acetate .... 


C 6 H 4 .OH.(CH 2 .OAc)=1.3 


)) 


295-302 p. d. 


55 


Velden 


J. p. [2], 15, 169 


32, 339 


Cresoxyacetic acid 


C 6 H 4 Me.(O.CH,,.COOH)=1.4 


)5 




135-136 


Gabriel 


B., 14, 923 




Acetoxymethoxybenzene .... 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.OAc=1.2 


55 


235-240 


Liquid 


Tlemann & Koppe 


B., 14, 2020 


42, 55 


5? 


=1.3 


55 


254-256 


Liquid 


Wallach & WUsten 


B., 16, 152 




Hydrocoumaric acid (meli- 


OH. (CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH)= 1 .2 


55 


.... 


82 


Zwenger 


A., 126, 262 ; 


vi., 715 


lotic) 












As., 5, 100, 121 




55 


55 )5 


5 




8S-S8 


Tiemann & Herzf eld 


B., 10, 286 


31, 709 


,, ,, .... 


=1.3 


55 




111 


Tiemann & Ludwig 


B., 15, 2051 


44, 189 


,, .... 


ii 


>5 


.... 


1 


Braunstein 


I. D., Zurich, 1876 




55 


= 1.4 


55 




135 


Hlasiwetz & Malin 


A., 142, 358 


vi., 716 


V i * 


35 55 


> 




125 


Baumann 


B., 12, 1452 




,, .... 


55 55 


5 


.... 


126-127 





B., 13, 279 


38, 649 


,, .... 


55 


55 




125-126 


E. & H. Salkowsky 


B., 13, 191 




Phloretic acid 


.... 


>5 


.... 


n.f. 128-130 


Holm & Reichardt 


A., 157, 98 


24, 149 


,, j, 


C 8 H 8 (OH)(COOH) 


55 




128-130 


Hlasiwetz 


Gm. 13, 308 ; A., 


iv., 489 














102, 145 




Isophloretic acid 


OH.(C 2 H 4 .COOH) =1.2 


> 




129 


Eochleder 


Z. C. [2], 4, 741 


vi., 927 


Dimethoxybenzaldehyde ... 


COH.(OMe) 2 =1.3.4 


5 


285 u. c. 


15-20 


Tiemann 


B., 8, 1135 


29, 76 


,5 .... 


)) 55 


>5 


283 u. c. 


41 


Beckett & Wright 


.... 


29, 288 





=1.2.5 





270 


51 


Tiemann & Muller 


B., 14, 1992 


42,53 


35 


=1.2.4 


5 


.... 


68-69 


'iemann & Parrisiuf 


B., 13, 2370 


40, 271 


Ethoxyhydroxybenzaldehyde 


COH.OH.OEt =1.2.5 


5> 


230 


51-5 


Hautzsch 


J. p. [2], 22, 463; 


40, 166 














B., 13, 2419 




Methylic hydroxytoluate .... 


Me.OH.COOMe =1.3.4 


J 


236-237 


.... 


Biedermann & Pike 


B., 6, 324 


6,904; vil., 394 


55 55 


=1.3.5 


5> 


.... 


92-93 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 2359 


42, 193 


Methoxytoluic acid 


OMe.Me.COOH =1.4.6 


55 




67 


Schall 


B., 12, 825 


36, 794 


55 5) 


=1.2.6 


55 




81 





B., 12, 824 





51 51 '* 


=1.3.6 


5 




103-104 


)> 


B., 12, 825 


. 


35 55 


=1.2.5 


55 




156 


Gerichten & Rosslei 


B., 11, 1587 


36, 323 


1> 55 


=1.3.4 


55 


.... 


176 


Schall 


B., 12, 825 


36, 794 


55 55 


=1.2.4 


55 


.... 


192-193 


5> 


53 





Ethylhydroxybenzoic acid .... 


C H 3 .Et.OH.COOH =1.2. ? 


)5 


.... 


112 


Oliveri 


G. I., 13, 263 


46, 174 


Ethylhydroxybenzoic acid or 


C 6 H 3 .Et.OH.COOH = ? 


15 


.... 


127-128 


Wright and Rennie 




39, 239 


dimethylhydroxybenzoic 


or 














acid 


C 6 H 2 .Me 2 .OH.COOH 














Orcacetophenone 


C 6 H 3 .Me.OH.OAc 


5) 




146 


Rasinsky 


J. p. [2], 26, 60 


42, 1289 


Orcinyl acetate 


.... 


55 


84-286 (724) 




i 


J. p. [2], 26, 61 


u 



208 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Homoiuethoxysalicyl- 


COH.OH.OMe.Me =1.2.3.5 


C 9 H 10 O 3 


270-275 


Liquid 


Tiemann & Koppe 


B., 14, 2026 


42,55 


aldehyde 
















Hydroxyxylic acid (para) ... 


Me 2 .OH.COOH = ? 







137 


Oliveri 


G. I. [1882], 161 


42,838 


11 11 


= 







155 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 4, 252 


vi., 1129 


11 


Me.Me.OH.COOH =1.2.4.5 


j 


.... 


195 


Reuter 


B., 11, 29 


34,413 


11 11 


5 


j) 




199 


Jacobsen 


B., 12, 434 


36, 641 


Hydroxymesitylenic acid .. 


Me 2 .OH.COOH =1.3.4.5 


> 




.176 


Fittig & Hoogewer: 


Z. C. [2], 5, 169 


vi., 824 


11 i 


1) 1! 


)> 




176 


Fittig 


A., 150, 333 


36, 530 





11 >! 


j 




179 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 2055; A., 


ii 














195, 274 




11 


=1.3.2.5 


j> 




223 


11 


B., 12, 606 


36, 643 


Alorcinic acid 


C 6 H 2 .Me 2 .OH.COOH+H. i O 





air dried 


97; 


Weselsky 


A., 167, 65 ; B., 


26, 1039 ; vii., 








over HjSO 


115 




5, 168 


53 


Hyosciuic acid 


C 8 H 8 O.COOH 








104-105 


Holm & Eeichardt 


A., 157, 98 


vi., 726; vii., 
















664; 24, 149 





id. Tropic acid, q. v. 


j> 


.... 


116-117 


Ladenburg 


B., 13, 254 


38, 674 


Gullacetonin .... 


.... 


)> 


d. 250 


.... 


.... 


J. p. [2], 26, 76 






Usuetic acid (Decarbusnic) ... 


.... 


?j 


.... 


172 


Hesse 


B., 10, 1326 


32, 896 ; 37, 
















407 


Methylic dehydracetate 


.... 


C 9 H 1( ,0 4 




91 


Oppenheim & Prech 


B., 9, 324 


30,70 


Phenylglyceric acid 


C 6 H 5 .CH(OH).CH(OH). 


11 


.... 


117 


Anschiitz and Kiu- 


B., 12, 539 


36, 645 




COOH 








nicutt 






Atroglyceric acid 


CH 2 OH.CPhOH.COOH 


11 


.... 


146 


Kast 


A., 206, 29 


40, 428 


Methoxymandelic acid 


OMe.(CHOH.COOH) =1.4 


11 




93 


Tiemann 


B., 14, 1977 


42,57 


Hydroxyphenyllactic acid .... 


OH.(CH 2 .CHOH.COOH) 


v 


.... 


144 


Erlenmeyer & Lipp 


A., 219, 179 


44, 993 




= 1.4 














(?) 


OH.(CHOH.CH.,COOH) 


11 


.... 


162-164 


.... 


Z. P. C., 6, 256 






= 1.4 














Methylic vanillate 


OMe.OH.COOMe =1.2.5 


11 


285-287 


62-63 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 128 


34,501 


methoxysalicylate.... 


=1.3.4 


11 




154 


Tiemann and Par- 


B., 13, 2377 


40, 271 












risius 






Ethylic dihydroxybenzoate.... 


COOEt.OH.OH =1.3.6 


11 


.... 


75 


Goldberg 


J. p. [2], 19, 373 


36, 929 


11 11 


=1.2.6 


11 


.... 


78 


Liechti 


Z. C. [2], 6, 197 


vi., 1005 


11 


= ?- . 


11 


.... 


b. 100 


Earth and Senhofer 


A., 159, 225 


vii., 433 


ii (proto- 


= 1.3.4 


11 




133-134 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 122 


34,501 


catechuate) 
















" !! I) 


J> ) 


11 




13S-131f 


Fittig & Macalpine 


A., 168, 113 


26, 1145 


11 I) 11 


) 


11 




134 c. 


.... 


A., 114, 295 




'i 11 n 


') 


11 




134 c. 


Hesse 


A., 122, 221 


iii., 216 


Dimethoxybenzoic acid 


COOH.(OMe) 2 =1.2.5 


11 




76 


Tiemann & Muller 


B., 14, 1993 


42,53 


11 D .... 


= 1.2.4 


11 




108 


Pechmann and 


B., 16, 2126 


46,67 












Duisberg 






11 11 


11 11 


11 


.... 


108 


Tiemann and Par- 


B., 13, 2378 ; B., 














risius 


15, 2080 




11 ii 


=1.3.5 


11 




175-176 


Tiemann & Streng 


B., 14, 2003 


42, 52 


(vera- 


=1.3.4 


11 




170-171 


Kcelle 


B., 4, 635; A., 


24, 829 ; vii., 


tric acid) 












159, 241 


432 


11 11 11 





11 


.... 


171 


Beckett & Wright 


.... 


29, 289 


1 11 11 


> 


11 




172-173 


ii 11 


.... 


29, 304 


>1 !> 


" 


11 




174 


Tiemann and Men- 


B., 8, 1138 


29, 75 












delsohn 






>1 11 


> 


11 




174-175 


Tiemann and Will 


B., 14, 962 




II >! 





11 




174-175 u.c. 


Tiemann and Mats- 


B., 9, 938 














moto 






' >! II 


" 


11 




174-175 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 124 


34, 500 


II 1! 


)) 


11 




176-177 


Wright and Luff 




33, 161 


1* 11 11 


) 


11 


.... 


176-178 c. 


11 




33, 354 


11 11 





11 




177-178 


" 11 




33, 161 


11 11 


" 


11 




179-5 


Korner 


G. I., 6, 142 


31,89 


11 11 


)> I) 


*! 


.... 


179-5 


Church 


J. [1876], 601, 810 


28, 117 


11 11 


J) 


1} 


.... 


179-180 


Grcebe & Borgmann 


A., 158, 282 


84, 705 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



209 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


a-Homovanillic acid .... 


(CH 2 .COOH).OMe.OH =1.3.4 


("1 TT S~\ 

y-^^iu 4 


.... 


142-143 


Tiemann and Nagai 


B., 10, 204 


32, 340 


Dihydrohomoisopthalic acid 


Me.H 2 .(COOH) 2 =1.1.2.3.5 





.... 


133 


Bottinger 


B., 6, 895 


26, 1222 ; vii., 
















1033 


Everninic acid 









147; 157 


Stenhouse 


A., 68, 86; 117, 


ii., 612 














299 






C.JL.O- (?) 






199-200 


Paternd & Osrlialorc 


G. I., 6, 531 


31, 719 


Atranorinic acid 


12 14 \ / 







100-101 


Paterno 


G. I. [1882], 231 ; 


42, 1084 














B., 15, 2242 




Ethylic gallate 


C 6 H !i (OH) 3 .COOEt =1.2.3.5 





.... 


141 


Etti 


B., 11, 1882 




,, .... .... 


>i 


C 9 H 10 5 




150 


Ernst and Zwenger 


A., 159, 28 


vii., 538; 24, 
















821 


,, ,, 1^*2 2 " 


11 







90 








24,821 




C 9 H 7 O.OH.(COOH) 2 


C H O 




199-200 


Hergt 


J. p. [2], 8, 382 


27, 457 


















? alcohol 




C 9 H 12 0(?) 


230-244 


.... 


Laubenheimer 


A., 164, 289 


26, 65 


Phenylpropyl alcohol 


C 6 H 5 .CH 2 .CH^CH i .OH 





235 u. c. 


1. -18 


Bugheimer 


A., 172, 122 


vii., 931 ; 27, 
















894 


11 i 


J> 





234-235 


.... 


Fittig & Eiigheimer 


B., 6, 215 


26, 899 


Ethylphenyl carbinol 


C 6 H 5 .CH(OH).CH : .CH 3 





213 


.... 


Bruhl 


A., 200, 139 


38, 296 


,, ,, 


.1 





212 






J. p. [2], 26, 110 




,, ,, 


11 


11 


210-211 




Barry 


B., 6, 1008 


27,75 


11 


11 





218 


.... 


Wagner 


B. S. [2], 36, 306 


42,377 


Propyl phenyloxide 


C 6 H 5 .O.Pra 


11 


190-191 


Liquid 


Cahours 


C. B., 77, 745 ; 


27,38 















B. S., 21, 78 




Isopropylphenyl oxide 


C 6 H 5 .O.Pr/3 





176 


Liquid 


Silva 


B. S. [2], 13, 27 


vi., 917 


Benzylethyl oxide 


C 6 H 5 .CH 2 .O.Et 





185 


Liquid 


Cannizzaro 


Cimento, 3, 397 


i., 579 


Methoxylethyl benzene 


C 6 H 4 Et.OMe =1.2 





185 


Liquid 


Oliveri 


G. 1 , 13, 263 


46, 174 


u i) 


i) 11 





190-192 


Liquid 


Ciamician 


B., 12, 1658 


38, 39 


Ethoxytoluene 


C 6 H 4 .Me.OEt =1.2 


ii 


180-181 u. c. 


Liquid 


Stsedel 


B., 14, 898 ; A., 


40, 723; 44, 














217, 41 


585 





= 1.3 





188-191 


Liquid 


Engelhardt and 


Z. C. [1869], 623 


vi., 507 












Latschinoff 






i. 


11 ii 


11 


191-192 


.... 


Oppenheim & Pfaff 


B., 8, 888 







= 1.4. 


n 


186-188 


Liquid 


Engelhardt and 


Z. C. [1869], 619 


vi., 506 












Latschinoff 









>! 11 





186-188 




Fiichs 


B., 2, 624 




Propylphenol .... 


C 6 H 4 .Pr".OH =1.2 




ooo one 




ti 11 J B rri 




An oeo 






11 


EZo XJH) 


.... 


r rankiand & lurner 


.... 


43, ooo 


11 


11 11 


,, 


224-6-226-6 c. 


1. f. m. 


Spica 


G. I., 8, 406 ; B., 


36, 632 ; 43, 








(758-5) 






12, 295 


358 





= 1.3 





228 c. 


26 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 1062 


34, 732 




=1 4 




OO^7 OOQ 


T ' J 


T . 


Ri / i f\(\ 






51 A.^ 


ii 


A&i ZZQ 


.Liquid 


JUouis 


, ID, 109 










OOA 


1 t m 


j-, . . J C5 " 


GT *7 OO 


o. /\r 




11 


" 


XoU 


1. I. 1 ! 1. 
1 J 


Jraterno and topica 

cj_-i__ 


. 1., /, -_ 
GT Q 11 u' . "D 


ol, 708 




*> J) 




(758-56) 


1. 1. m. 


opica 


. 1., o, 40b ; is., 
12, 295 


36, 632 ; 43, 
358 


Isopropylplienol 


C 6 H 4 .Pr3.OH =1.2 





213-215 


Liquid 


., 


G. I., 10, 246 


38, 883 





l 




218-5 c. 


Liquid 





G. I., 9, 433 


38, 167 








(756-18) 













= 1.3 





abt. 214 


8-10 


Fileti 


G. I., 10, 279 


38, 883 








(753-3) 













=1.4 





228-2-229-2c. 


61 


Spica 


G. I., 6, 535 ; 8, 


31,593; 36, 








(758-18) 






406 


632 


11 


11 11 





** 


61 




G. I., 9, 433 


38, 167 


Methylxylenol 


Me.Me.OMe =1.3.4 





192 


Liquid 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 25 


34, 412 


11 


= 1.4.5 





194 c. (772) 


Liquid 





B., 11, 28 





11 


3> 





200 


.... 


Tiemann and 


B., 10, 61 














Mendelsohn 






Mesityl alcohol 
Methylethylphenol 


C 6 H 3 .Me 2 .CH 2 OH =1.3.5 
C 6 H 3 .Me.Et.OH =1.4.? 


" 


218-221 
215 


Liquid 


Wispek 
Mazzara 


B., 16, 1577 
G. L, 10, 256 


44, 1096 
38, 882 


Mesitol 


Me 3 .OH =1.3.5.6 





219-5 c. (763) 


68 


Jacobsen 


A., 195, 269 


36, 529 





11 11 





215-220 


68-69 


Biedermann and 


B., 8, 57 


28, 569 












Ledoux 






.... .... 


1* )) 





.... 


68-69 


11 


B., 8, 250 


28, 761 


Paeudocumenol 


Me 3 .OH =1.2.4.5 





240 


69 


Eeuter 


B., 11. 29 


34, 413 
















2 E 



210 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Heat on Ca-succinate 




C 9 H 12 


190-200 


.... 


Fuuaro 


G- L, 11, 274 


40, 1032 


u-Phenylmethylgycol 


Ph.CH(OH).CHMe(OH) 


C 9 H 12 2 




52-53 


Ziiick6 


B., 17, 710 


46, 1004 


0- 


1) 


M 


.... 


92-93 





B., 17, 711 





Uimethoxybenzylene 


C 6 H 6 .CH(OMe) 2 


i 


208 c. 


Liquid 


Wicke 


A., 102, 363 


i., 577 


Methoxyethoxybenzene 


OMe.OEt =1.2 





213 


Liquid 


Tiemann & Koppe 


B., 14, 2018 


42,54 


Ethoxybenzyl alcohol 


OEt.(CH 2 OH) =1.2 


i> 


265 


s. 0. 


Botsch 


M. C., 2, 621 


42, 174 


Methoxybenzyl methyloxide 


OMe.CH 2 OMe =1.4 





225-5 (758) 


Liquid 


Cannizzaro 


A., 137, 246 


vi., 174 


Propyldioxybenzene 


(OH) 2 .Pr =1.2.? 


) 


.... 


56 




M. C., 4, 190 




Dimetlioxytoluene 


Me(OMe) 2 =1.3.5 


jj 


244 


Liquid 


Tiemann & Streng 


B., 14, 2000 


42, 51 





=1.3.4 


)* 


214-218 


Liquid 


Tiemann & Mendel- 


B., 8, 1137 


29, 74 












sohn 






.... 





)> 


214-218 




Tiemann & Koppe 


B., 14, 2025 




,, .... 


= ? 


)) 


214-218 


15 


Nietzki 


A., 215,161 ; B., 


34, 868; 44, 














11, 1278 


467 


t, .... ... 


=?.1.2 





218 


.... 


Goldschmidt 


M, C., 4, 704 


46, 186 


Mesitylenic glycol 


Me.(CH.OH) 2 = 1.3.5 





190 (20); 280 


Liquid 


Kobinet and Colson 


C. R, 96, 1863 


44, 1095 









(750) p.d. 










Dihydroxytrimethylbenzene 


Me 3 (OH) 2 = 1.3.5.2.4 


j 


274-5-275-5 c 


149-150 


Knecht 


B., 15, 1377 ; A., 


42, 1200 














215, 100 




? 


.... 





.... 


148 


Kachler 


A., 169, 183 


27, 155 


Metacrolein .... 


.... 


C,H 12 3 


b. 132 


45-46 


Grimaux and Adam 


B. S. [2], 36, 22 ; 


40, 406, 888 
















C. R., 92, 300 






.... 


1 


.... 


50 




A., 112, 6 






Ethylic pyrotritartrate 


COOEt.CHAc.CH : C : CH 2 


H 


205-208 ; 


.... 


Harrow 


A., 201, 147 


33, 428, 430 








208-209 










Mesitylene glycerol 


C 6 H 3 .(CH 2 .OH) 3 = 1.3.5 





MM 


Liquid 


Colson 


C. E., 97, 177 


46, 56 


Ethoxyhydroxybenzalcohol 


OH.OEt.CH 2 OH=1.4.(5or6) 


j 




83-5 


Hantzsch 


J. p. [2], 22, 473 


40, 167 


Dimethylhomo-pyrogallol .... 


C 6 H 2 .Me.(OMe) 2 .OH 


> 


265 


36 


Hofmann 


B., 12, 1374 


38, 249 


Propyl pyrogallol 


C 6 H 2 .Pr.(OH) 3 


t) 


,,., 


80 


Pastrovich 


M. C., 4, 184 


44, 1005 





)) 


Jl 


MM 


79-80 


Hofmann 


B., 11, 332 


34, 417 


Ethylic succinopropionate .... 


CH 3 .CO.(CH,,) 2 .CO.CH. 


C 9 H 12 4 


.... 


Liquid 


Herrmann 


A., 211, 320; B., 


42, 713 




COOEt 










10, 109 




Dilactone 


(Me.C.OOO.CH 2 )C 





a. 360 


105-106 


Hjelt 


B., 15, 626 ; A., 


42, 946 
















216, 67 




Diallylmalonic acid .'. 


(CH 2 : CH.CH 2 ) 2 .C(COOH) 2 







134 


Perkin 


.... 


45, 539 








)J 


MM 


133 


Conrad and Bischoff 


B., 13, 598 


38, 628 


Camphoronic acid + H 2 O 


.... 


C 9 H 12 6 


.... 


110-115 


Kachler 


A., 159, 286 ; 162, 


24, 1049 ; vii., 














262 


237 


Butyrofuronie aeid 


COOH.(CH) 2 .CO(CH 2 ) 4 . 


) 


MM 


140-142 


Toennies 


B., 12, 1200 


36, 916 




COOH 














Oxycamphoronic acid 


.... 


C 9 H 12 6 


.... 


210 


Kachler 


A., 159, 296 ; J., 


24, 1050 ; vii., 














[1877], 640 


238 


Isooxycamphoronic acid 




)> 




226 


n 


A,, 191, 152 


34, 513 


Trimethyl aconitabe 


C 3 H 3 .(COOMe) 3 





270-271 




Hanaus 


B., 9, 1750 


31, 456 


Diallylacetone 


CH 3 .CO.CH(CH 2 CH:CH 2 ) 2 


9 H 14 


174-175 


Liquid 


Wolff 


B., 10, 1957 ; A., 


34, 293 














201, 48 




Phorone 


.... 


i 


195-196 


38 


Louise 


C. R., 95, 602 


44, 176 


- 


.... 


i) 


208 


Liquid 


Schwanert 


A., 123, 298 


vi., 390 


" - 


[CEt.(CH 2 ) 4 .CH]:CO 





208 


.... 


Kachler 


A., 164, 79 


vii., 238; 25, 
















1011 


- (0 


.... 





210-220 


T * - J 




.... 


i., 29 


,. 


I 


j) 
i 


218 c. 
209 


.Liquid 


Schulze 
Fittig 


B., 15, 64 
A., 110, 32 


42, 613 

iii., 929 


Isophorone 


.. 





208-212 


Liquid 


Benedickt 


A., 162, 303 ; A., 


26, 490 ; vii., 














164, 79 


1107 


Camphorone (phorone) 


, 





196 


20 


Baeyer 


J., 18, 317 




, 


.. 





208 


Liquid 


Gerhardt 


Co. C. [1849], 385 


i., 733 


(camphrene) 


GnftA 


jj 


235-238 




Schwanert 


A., 123, 298 


vi., 390 


Action of HOI on acetone .... 


Me 2 C:CH.CMe: CH.CO.Me ; 





196 




Kachler 


A., 164, 75 


25, 1012 




or Me 2 C : (CH 2 ),: C : (CH.,), : 














From camphic acid 







230-235 


Liquid 


Montgolfier 


C. E., 88, 915 


36, 7i6 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



211 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diallyloarbinol acetate 


(CH 2 :CH.CH 2 ) 2 CH.OAc 


C 9 H 14 2 


169'5 c. 




Saytzeff 


A., 185, 136 


33, 297 


KHO on allyl alcohol 




., (?) 


230-270 




Tollens 


Z. C. [2], 7, 249 


25, 999 


Guaiol . . 




)J 


115-120 




Volckel 


J., 7, 611 




Capsaicin 


.... 


)) 


.... 


59 


.... 


J. [1878], 958 




Ethylic aceto-allylacetate .. 


C 3 H 5 .CHAc.COOEt 


C 9 H 14 O 3 


213-214(720 




Perkin 


.... 


45, 540 


>i j) 


)J 


) 


206 


.... 


Zeidler 


A., 187, 33 


32, 437 


Ethylic trimethylene acetoace 


CH 2 .CH 2 CH 2 .CAc.COOEt 


D 


223-225 


Liquid 


Perkiii 


B., 16, 209 




tate 
















Ethylic hydroxyheptoate .. 


C 7 H 9 O 2 .OEt 


)i 


129-130(100) 


.... 


Demar9ay 


C. R, 86, 1135 


34, 662 








230-240 (760 










Diethylic trimethylene dicar 


CH 2 .CH 2 .C(COOEt). ! 


C 9 H 14 4 


206-208 (720 


Liquid 


Perkin 


B., 17, 54 


46, 832 


boxylate 


i i 


)) 












Ethylic itaconate 


.... 


JJ 


225 


Liquid 


.... 




iii., 436 


,, 


.... 


JI 


230 






J. [1873], 579 




,, j, 


.... 





227-228 




Petri 


B., 14, 163 


40, 1032 


55 11 .... ... 


.... 


JJ 


228-229 




Anschiitz 


B., 14, 2787 




mesaconate .... 


C 3 H 4 (COOEt) 3 


)J 


220 


Liquid 


Pebal 


J.,4,404; A., 78 


iii., 928 














145 







.... 


H 


223-223-5 


Liquid 


Perkin 


B., 14, 2543 


39, 557 








=329 c. 










,, .... 




)j 


229 


Liquid 


Petri 


B., 14, 1634 


39, 557 ; 40, 
















1032 


,, ,, 




) 


229 


.... 


Anschiitz 


B., 14, 2785 




citraconate 


.... 


)j 


225 


Liquid 




.... 


i., 993 


,, ., 




)i 


226; 231-7 5 c 


Liquid 


Perkin 


B., 14, 2542 


39, 557 





.... 


)j 


231 


Liquid 


Petri 


B., 14, 1634 


39, 557; 40, 
















1032 





.... 


H 


231 




Anschiitz 


B., 14, 2785 




terebate 


CMe 2 .O.CO.CH 2 .CH.COOEt 





273-276 




Eoser 


B., 15, 293 






i i 














acetomalonate 


COOEt.CHAc.COOEt 


C 9 H 14 5 


238-240 


Liquid 


Ehrlich 


B., 7, 892 ; B. S., 


29, 368 














23, 73 




Glyceryl triacetate (triacetin) 


CHOAc(CH 2 OAc) 2 


C 9 H 14 6 


257-260 


.... 


Schmidt 


A., 200, 99 


38, 312 


11 11 11 


)1 





258-260 




Franchimont 


B., 16, 394 




11 11 1) 


1 





.... 


Liquid 


Berthelot 


A., 102, 340 


i., 25 


11 11 11 


J) 


)J 


268 


.... 





A. C. [3], 41, 282 




Hydro-oxycamphoric acid 


.... 


J) 




164-5 


Kachler 


A., 191, 149 


34, 513 


)) 11 


.... 





.... 


164-5 


ji 


B., 7, 1730 


28,457 


ii 11 


.... 


)) 




164-165 


n 


B., 13, 487 




55 11 


.. 


n 




148 


Ballo 


B., 12, 1597 ; 13, 
















332 




Camphoronic acid + H 2 O 


.... 


> 


.... 


110 


Eachler 


A., 159, 281 


24, 1049 


Ethylic carbodiglycollate .... 


CO(OCH 2 .COOEt) 2 


C 9 H 14 7 


abt. 280 p. d. 


Liquid 


Seintz 


A., 154, 258 


vii., 255 


Trimethylic citrate 


C 3 H i O.(COOMe) 3 





283-287 


78-5-79 


Hunaus 


B., 9, 1749 


31, 456 


Ethyl diallylcarbinol oxide .... 


(CH 2 : CH.CH 2 ) 2 .CHOEt 


C 9 H 16 


143-144 


Liquid 


Rjabinin 


J. p. [2], 23, 272; 


38, 372 ; 40, 








(759) 






B., 12, 2374 


404 


Diallylethylcarbinol 


C(C 3 H 6 )2Et.OH 


j) 


175-176 


Liquid 


Smireusky 


J. p. [2], 25, 59 


42, 488 









(743-5) 










Lycoresin 


.... 





.... 


170 d. 


.... 


A., 100, 303 




From Satureja Juliana 


C 34 H 58 4 (?) 


11 




204-205 


'pica 


G. I., 9, 285 


38, 128 


Butylic angelate 


C 4 H 7 .COOC 4 H 9 


C 9 H 16 O 2 


177-178 


..< 


Fittig 


B., 10, 513 


32, 429 


Isobutylic angelate 


C 4 H 7 .COO.CH 2 .CHMe 2 


11 


177-177-5 


.... 




A., 195, 99 




Ethylic tetracrylate .... 


C 6 H u .COOEt 


11 


189-191 


.... 


Amthor 


B., 14, 1718; A. P. 


42, 46 














[3], 18, 356 




Phoronic acid.... 


.... 


11 




168-169 


Vlontgolfier 


A. C. [5], 14, 82 


34, 898 




Amylic acetoacetate .... 


CB^AaCOOCsH,, 


C 9Hj 6 3 


abt. 223 




Conrad 


A., 186, 228 


32, 435 


Ethylic aceto-methylethyl- 


CAcMeEtCOOEt 


11 


98 


liquid 


Saur 


B., 8, 1037 


29, 370 


acetate 
















5) 11 


) 


11 


198 u.c. 




11 


A., 187, 257 


34, 27 


propylacetoacetate .... 


CHAcPrCOOEt 


11 


05-210 


jiquid 


iurton 


A. C. J., 3, 385 


42, 599 


11 11 


J> 


,, 


212 (750) 


.... 


Chancel 


C. B., 96, 1466 


44, 915 


iaopropylacetoacetate 


CHAcPrfOOOEt 


11 


00-202 


jiquid 


Jemar^ay 


C. B., 83, 449 


0, 506 



2 E 2 



212 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic isopropylacetoacetate 


CHAcPrWOOEt 


CAA 


201 


.... 


Frankland& Duppa 


A., 145, 80; J., 


vi., 591 














20, 395 




a-ethyl-^-acetopro- 


CH 2 Ac.CHEt.COOH 





224-226 


Liquid 


Thome 


.... 


39, 341 


pionate 
















mesitonate 


CMe 2 : CH.CMe(OH).COOEt 





210 


Liquid 


Pinner 


B., 15, 579 


42, 941 


Valerylene diacetate 


C 6 H 10 (OAc) 2 


C 9 H 16 4 


abt. 205 


Liquid 


Eeboul 


C. E., 64, 284 


vi., 1124 











abt. 195 




Kolbe and Guthrie 


A., 109, 296 


v., 974 


Amylene 


)> 





a. 200 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 55, 458 


i., 208 


Ethyleue acetoisovalerate ... 


CH 2 (OAc).CH 2 (O.C 5 H 9 O) 





abt. 230 


Liquid 


Lourengo 


A., 114, 125 


ii., 568 


Ethylic butyrolactate 


C 2 H 4 0(C 4 H 7 0).COOEt 





200-210 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


C. E., 48, 1092 


i., 697 


!. ,1 








208 


.... 





J., 13, 273 ; A., 
















112, 235 




D'ethylic ethylmalonate 


CHEt(COOEt) 2 


i) 


208-210 


Liquid 


Conrad 


B., 12, 751 


36, 707 


7. 








199-201 


Liquid 


Markownikoff 


A., 182, 334 


31, 62 





" 





209-5-211'5c. 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 512 


,, ... 







207 






A., 204, 135 




dimethylmalonate 


CMe 2 (COOEt) 2 





196-S-196-7c 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 511 











194-196 


.... 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 14, 1644 




!> 11 








194-5 


Liquid 


Thorne 




39, 544 


methylsuccinate 


COOEt.CHMe.CH 2 .COOEt 





217-5-218-5c. 




Perkin 




45, 516 


pyrotartrate 


C 3 H 6 .(COOEt) 2 





218 d. 


Liquid 


.... 


A., 25, 274 


iv., 774 





COOEt.(CH 2 ) 3 .COOEt 





236-237 


Liquid 


Eeboul 


C. E., 82, 1502 


30, 508 











236-5-237 c. 


Liquid 





A. C. [5], 14, 501 


36, 134 


3-Hexylmalonic acid 


C 6 H 13 .CH(COOH) 2 





.... 


84-86 


Lundahl 


B., 16, 789 




Azelaic acid 


C 7 H 14 .(COOH) 2 







106 


Gantter and Hell 


B., 14, 560 


40, 578 




J) 


u 


.... 


106 





B., 14, 1545 


40, 891 














106 


Dale 


17, 261 


iii., 572 


' ' 




<, 





.... 


106-5 


Dale and Schorlem- 


A., 199, 144 


35,685 














mer 






i, 










106 


Toennies 


B., 12, 1200 


33, 916 


(anehoic) 


n 





.. 


115-124 


Wirz 


A., 104, 265 


i., 290 


(lepargylic) 








.,,, 


114-116 


Buckton 


10, 166 


iii., 572 




COOH.(CH 2 ) 7 COOH 


B 




117-118 


Toennies 


B., 12, 1202 


36, 916 




Diethylic hydroxypyrotar- 


C 3 H 5 (OH)(COOEt) s 


C 9 H 16 5 


295-300 d. 




Simpson 


P. E. S., 13, 44 ; 


iv., 315 


trate 












A., 133, 77 




Ethylic quinate .... ^. 


C 7 H n Et0 6 


C 9 H 16 O 6 


240-250 


Liquid 


Hesse 


A., 110, 340 


v., 13 


Isopropylallyl dimethyl car- 


C 4 H 4 Me 2 PAOH 


C 9 H 18 


174-176 


.... 


Dieff 


J.p., 27, 364 ; B., 


44, 1076 


biuol 












16, 960 




Methylheptyl ketone 


Me.CO.C 7 H 15 


H 


177 




Lundahl 


B., 16, 789 




Valerone 


(C 4 H 9 ),CO 





b. 100 

1 fi/1 1 fft 


.... 


Lowig 


P. A., 42, 412 


25, 892 






" 


" 


lb4 lob 

1 Q-l -1 Qf) 


Liquid 


Ebersbach 

O V. " J4. 


A., 106, 268 


v., 981 


Methyl-dipropylmethyl 
ketone 


Me.CO.CHPr 2 





lol loZ 

173-174 


Liquid 


bchmidt 
Burton 


B., 5, 600 
A.C. J., 3, 385, 395 


25, 892 
42,600 


Propyldiethylmethyl ketone 


C 3 H 7 .CO.CHEt 2 





180-190 


i* 


Geuther, Frohlich, 


A., 202, 311 


38, 623 












and Looss 






Dimethyl butyrone ^, 


,, 




192-195 




Jahn 


B., 13, 2116 




? ketone 

I 


.... 





160-170 






J.p. [2], 23, 456 




.... 
* 







180-190 




Destrem 


B., 16, 227 






.... 


C 9 H 18 O 2 


179 




Geuther 


J. Z. N., 7, 218 


25, 607 


Octylic formate 


H.COO.(CH 2 ) 7 .CH, 




195-197 


.... 


Cahours & Demar- 


C. E., 191, 366 


34, 653 


Heptylic acetate 


CH 3 (CH 2 ) e .OAc 




191-5(758-5} 


Liquid 


Cross 


A., 189, 4 


32, 126 





C 7 H 16 .OAc 





181 


.... 


Bouis and Carlet 


A., 124, 352 ; 


26, 1081 ; iii., 














C. E., 55, 140 


143 


ji .... ... 





a 


181 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


P. E. S., 14 


vi., 696 


j) .... ... 








180 


.... 















179-181 




" 


A., 136, 271 


ii., 143; 16, 217 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



213 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Heptylic acetate 


CH 3 (CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.CH 2 .OAc 


C 9 H 18 2 


179 


.... 


Schorlemmer 


P. R. S., 14 


vl., 696 




CHMe 2 (CH 3 ) 3 .CH 2 .OAc 























160-175 




Grimshaw 


.... 


26, 313 





CH 3 .CH(OAc).CHMe.Pr3 





160-185 




Schorlemmer 


26, 320 


vii., 643 




Et.CMe 2 .CH(OAc).Me 

















CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 4 .CH(OAc).CH 3 





169-171 


.... 





P. T. [1878], 1 ; 


32, 866 














A., 188, 254 













170-174 


.... 


Morgan 


.... 


28, 305 





CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CH(OH). 





166-168 


Liquid 


Rohn 


A., 190, 312 


34, 486 




CH 3 














Amylic butyrate 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 2 .COO.C 5 H n 


u 


178-6 


.... 


Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


isobutyrate 


CHMe 2 .COO.C 5 H u 





168-8 


.... 





J) 





Isoamylic butyrate 


CH 3 (CH 2 ) 2 .COO.(CH 2 ) 2 Pr3 





176 


Liquid 


Delffs 


A., 92, 278 


i., 695 


isobutyrate 


CHMe 2 .COO.(CH 2 ) 2 .CHMe 2 





170-3 


.... 


Pierre and Puchot 


C. R., 76, 1332 ; 


26, 1017 ; vii., 














A. C. [4], 22, 34 


62 


Isobutylic isovalerate 


Pr/3.CH 2 .COO.CH 2 Prf 





173-4 (760) 




u ii 


C. R., 76, 1332 ; 


26, 1017 ; vii., 














A. C. [41 20, 


62, 1200 














234 ; 22, 330 ; 
















A., 163, 285 




valerate 


C 4 H 9 .COO.CH 2 PrP 


,. 


168-7 




Elsasser 


A., 218, 302 


44, 967 


Tertiary butylic (tertiary) 


CMe 3 .COO.CMe 3 





134-135 


1. 20 


Butlerow 


B., 7, 728 ; A., 


27, 1084 ; 


valerate 












173, 372 


28, 250 


Ethylic cenanthylate 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) a .COOEt 


11 


189-3(747-6) 


Liquid 


Lieben and Janecel 


A., 187, 141 


32, 881 








it 


180-187 


.... 


Grimshaw and 


A., 170, 137 














Schorliemmer 














187-183 


1. 18 


Grimshaw & Shor- 


26, 1077 


vii., 870 












lemmer 












,, 


187-188 (763) 


1. 20 


11 11 


26, 1076 


J) 





i) 


ji 


187-188 


.... 


Cahours and De- 


C. R., 89, 331 


36, 1037 


.... .... 


n 




186-188 


1. -14 


Mehlia 


A., 185, 358 


34, 135 


,. 





11 


187-188 (761) 


1. 18 


Franchimont 


B., 5, 786 


26, 56, 1077 





11 





187-188 c.; 




Perkin 


.... 


45, 502 








187-5-189-5c. 













Me 2 .CH.(CH 2 ) 3 .COOEt 


. 


182 


Liquid 


Poetsch 


A., 218, 56 


44,730 





Me.(CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.COOEt 





172-173 


.... 


Hecht 


A., 209, 324 


42, 41 








(749-5) 










Methylic caprylate 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 6 .COOMe 





192-194 


s. 48 


Cahours and De- 


C. R., 89, 331 


36, 1037 












marfay 






Nonylic acid (pelargonic) .... 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 7 .COOH 





260 


10 


Cahours 


J., 3, 401 


iv., 370 


,1 ,., .. 








248-250 


7 


Giesecke 


Z. C. [2], 6, 429 


vii., 897 


,. 








253-254 


10; 12-12-5 


Franchimont and 


B., 5, 19; A., 164, 


vii., 898; 25, 








(758-8) 




Zincke 


333 


301 


,1 ,, 


H 





186 (100) 


12-5 


Krafft 


B., 15, 1692 


42, 1272 


H ) 1) " 








247-250 u. c. 


10-5 


Perkin 


.... 


45, 486 


U ) 1) 








253 


12 


Jourdan 




38, 314 


)) )) J1 








255 


18 


Perrot 


J., 10, 353 













.... 


11-12 


Becker 


B., 11, 1413 


34, 853 




CHMe 2 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.COOH 




0.. 0>/ft 


T " 'r\ 


Kullhem 


A., 173, 319 


vii., 898; 28, 






" 










354 




C H CH COOH 




919 


T ' 'd 


V^enable 


B., 13, 1652 


40, 82 


Dibutylic carbonate 


(CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 ) 2 CO S 


C 9 H 13 3 


itiiji 

207 c. (740) 


' 


Lieben and Rossi 


A., 165, 112 


26, 367; vii., 
















217 


Diisobutylic carbonate 


(CHM e2 .CH 2 ) 2 CO 3 





190-3 c. 




Rose 


A., 205, 232 


40, 252 


,, 


H 





190 


Liquid 


Humann and Cler- 


A.C. [3], 44, 340; 


.,801 












mont 


A., 93, 119 




11 








190 




Wurtz 


A., 165, 109; J., 


vii., 217; 26, 














7,574 


367 


Isoamylic ethylglycollate .... 


EtO.CHyCOOCjH,, 





180-190 


Liquid 


Siemens . 


J. [1861], 452 


I., 917 


Ethylic isoamylglycollate .... 


C 6 H n .O.CH,,.COOEt 


" 


212 


Liquid 


" 


I. [1861], 451 


i., 918 



5J14 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet 
& JL Ch. Soc. 


Diisopropylic lactate 


CH 3 .CH(OPrp).COOPr 3 


C 9 H 18 O S 


s. a. 168 


.... 


Silva 


B. S. [2], 17, 97 


vii., 1016; 26, 
















367 


Ethylic isoamylhydroxalate.. 


C 5 H n .CH(OH).COOEt 





203 


Liquid 


Frankland & Duppa 


P. E. S. ; J., 18, 


iv., 276 














382 




Matezodambose ( + ) 


.... 


C 9 H 18 0, 


,.., 


235 


Girard 


C. E., 77, 995 


27,169 


Nonyl alcohol 


.... 


C 9 H 20 


205-212 




.... 


Z. C. [1870], 404 







C 8 H l; .CHj.OH 





abt. 200 


.... 


Pelouze & Cahours 


J. [1863], 529 


iv., 134 





.... 





186-189 


.... 


Lemoine 


B. S., 41, 161 


46, 1107 


Heptylethyloxide 


Et.O.C 7 H 16 





177 


Liquid 


Wills 


16, 312 


iii., 149 





Et.O.(CH 2 ) 6 .CH 3 





165 (748-3) 


Liquid 


Cross 


A., 189, 5 


32, 127 





I) 





166-167 (755 


Liquid 








32, 128 


Isobutylisopropylethyleue 


CHBu0(OH).CHPrf(OH) 


C,H W 3 


_.. 


80-81 


Fossek 


M. C., 5, 119 


46, 833 


glycol 
















Amylidene diethoxide 


C 6 H 10 (OEt) 2 





158-2 


Liquid 


Alsberg 


J. [1864], 485 


v., 974 


Ethylic dipropylic ortho- 


CH(OPr) 3 (OEt) 


CgfL w 3 


185-187 




Pinner 


B., 16, 1643 


44, 1089 


formate 
















Ethoxypropionic acetal 


EtO.C 3 H 5 .(OEt) 2 





186 




.... 


J. [1864], 495 




Triethyl glycerol (triethyline 


CH(OEt)(CH 2 .OEt) 2 


11 


185 


Liquid 


Eeboul 


A., 119, 238 




11 11 11 








180-190 


Liquid 





A. C. [3], 60, 5 ; 


ii., 884 














C. E., 52, 466 




11 11 11 


M 





186 


Liquid 


Alsberg 


J, [1865], 495 ; 


v., 880 ; vi., 638 














A., 131, 123 




Tetraethylic orthocarbonate 


C(OEt) 4 


C 9 H 20 4 


128 


.... 


Ladenburg 


A., 164, 300 


26,50 


11 11 


J) 





158-159 


.... 


Bassett 


J., 17, 477 




Triethylpropyl phycite 


C 3 H 4 (OH)(OEt) 3 





192-8 (758) 


.... 


Carius 


A., 134, 71 


v., 895 


Triglycerol 


C 3 H 5 (OH)[O.C 3 H 6 .(OH) 2 ] 2 


C 9 H 20 O 7 


275-285 (10) 


Liquid 


Eeboul & Lourenco 


A. C. [3], 67, 299 


ii., 894 




Pyromellitic anhydride 


C 6 H 2 (C 2 3 )(C 2 3 ) =1.2.4.5 


C 10 H 2 6 


.... 


286 


Baeyer 


As., 7, 37 


vi., 812 


Prehnitic anhydride 


=1.2.3.5 







239 





A., 166, 328 


vi., 811 


Naphtholdiquinone 


.... 


C 10 H 4 4 


.... 


131 


.... 


A. C. J., 2, 283 




Furil 




C 10 H 6 




162 


E. Fischer 


A., 211, 214 


42, 500 




(3-Naphthaquinone 


m. p. 96 is a misprint 


C 10 H 6 2 


.... 


d. 115-125 


Stenhouse & Groves 


A., 189, 202 ; B., 


32, 53 














14, 1658 




ft- 11 


Ai 


11 


d. 115-120 


n.f. 110 


Liebermann and 


A., 211, 36, 49 ; 


42, 521 












Jacobsen 


B., 14, 1313 




ft- isomeric 


.... 


a 




113 


Miller 


B., 14, 1600 


40, 1041 


'* J> 


.... 







119 








H 


ft- 11 


.... 





.... 


120 








B 


ft' 11 


.... 





.... 


124 





j, 




1- 


.... 





.... 


123-124 


Monnet, Eeverdin, 


B., 12, 2306 














and Nolting 






"" 


.... 





.... 


125 


11 11 







"" 


.... 


,, 


.... 


abt. 125 


Groves 


A., 167, 357 


vii., 836 ; 26, 
















210 


"' 11 


.... 


11 




125 


Claus and Ochler 


B., 15, 312 


42, 737 


"- 


.... 


11 




125 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 26, 241 


31, 208 


,, 









125 


Plimpton 


.... 


37, 633 


- 


w, 





.... 


125 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 242 


31, 601 





.... 







125 





B., 14, 1796 







.... 


i, 




125 


Liebermann and 


B., 6, 950; 7, 246 


27, 692; vii., 












Dittler 




836 


y- 


.... 







125 


11 


B., 7, 246 


J) ) 


11 


.... 


3) 




n. f. 140 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 803 


40, 736 


1 


.... 


^ 


a. 300 


sb. 270 


Pechmann 


B., 15, 887 




Hydroxynaphthaquinone .... 


C 10 H 6 .OH:0 2 


C 10 H 6 3 


.... 


179 


Diehl and Merz 


B., 11, 1314 


34,888 


11 





11 




187-189 


Baltzer 


B., 14, 1900 




11 


11 


i, 




190 


Liebermann 


J3 




11 


11 =&aa 


11 




790 


Elsbach 


B., 15, 688 




11 


,1 


j) 




190 


Zinck6 


B., 15, 483 


42, 968 


Xaphthesie acid 


.... 






b. 100 


Laurent 




iv 17 


Furil 


C 4 H 3 O.C 2 2 .C 4 H 3 


B 




162 


Fischer 


B., 13, 1337 


A V ., i / 

38, 798 




Phtlialyl acetic acid 


C 6 H 4 : (CO), : CH.COOH=1.2 







243-246 d. 


Michael & Gabriel 


B., 10, 392 


32,487 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



21.5 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Mellophanic acid 
Prehnitic acid 
Pyromellitic acid 

a-N*iphthol 


C 6 H 2 (COOH) 4 =1.2.3.4 
=1.2.3.5 

=1.2.4.5 

C,,,H- OH a 


CioHsOs 




C, n H a O 


.... 


238 
237-250 
264 

91 


Baeyer 


)> 

Griess 


A., 166, 335 
A., 166, 328 
A., 80, 281 ; As., 
7,37 
19 90 


vi., 811 

u 
vi., 812 

v., 1093 










92 


Eller 


G. J C 1869 










278-280 


9A 


Schafer 


Z C [2] 5 395 


vi., 856 


a- 








94 


Liebermann 


A., 152, 293 
A 183 225 


31, 607 


a- 
a- 


IJ 11 


1) 


.... 


94 

94 


Palm 
AVatson Smith. 


B., 9, 499 


30, 206 
32, 563 










94 


Neville & Winther 




37, 632 










96 




Z C [2] 5 216 


vi., 856 


-. ., 








121-122 


Gladstone & Tribe 




39, 10 


a- 






285 290 


123 




A 152 293 


vi., 856 


0- 
0- 


)> 







122 
121 


Calm 
Walder 


Z. C. [2], 5, 395 
B., 15, 609 
B 15 2169 


42, 972 


0- 








122 


Liebermann 


A. 183 268 


31, 607 


0- 








122 


Palm 


B 9 499 


30 206 


0- 






285 286 


121 




B 9 611 




0- - 

#- 





)) 




122 

122 


Watson Smith 




32, 563 
39 41 


#- 




J> 




123 




Z C [2] 5 215 


vi 856 


Decacrylic acid 
Propionic coumarin 

Dihydroxynaphthalene (uaph- 
thaquinol) 

y~ ) 


11 11 

!) 11 
11 11 
Q - )! )) 
- II 

II J> 

!) I) 

Benzoylacrylic acid 
+xH 2 0.... 
Phenylsuccinic anhydride .... 


C 6 H 4 .O.CO.C,H 4 =1.2 
C 10 H 6 (OH) 2 

n 

11 

11 
11 
11 
11 
=0; ; a, or a; ; a 2 

11 n 

C 10 H 6 (OH) 2 one or both 
(OH)-groups in /3-position 

BzCH:CH.COOH 

CO.CHPh.CH 2 .COO 

i i 


C 10 H 8 2 

)> 
1 

)> 



J) 
I 
J) 
)J 
I 

)) 

C,cH 8 3 


JJ 


292-5 

s.b. 160-170 
d. b. 200 


86 
90 

60(?) 

b. 100 
158 

173 
abt. 176 
176 
184 
186 
n. f. 230 

Melts when 
heated on 
Pt. foil 
99 ; 96-97 
64 
45-50 


Siewert 
Perk in 

Liebermann 

Armstrong and 
Graham 
Plimpton 
Groves 
Cleve 
Weber 
Ebert and Merz 
Darmstadter and 
Wichelhaus 
Griess 

Pechmann 


Spiegel 


Z. C. [2], 4, 383 
J. [1875], 590 

B., 14, 1313 ; A., 

211, 58 
B. S., 24, 515 

26, 210 
B. S. [2], 26, 241 
B., 14, 2206 
B., 9, 609 
B., 2, 114 

B., 13, 1959 
B., 15, 885 



B., 14, 873 


vi., 496 
28,12; 36, 439 

39, 141 

37, 635 
vii., 836 
31, 208 
42, 205 
30, 410 
vi., 857 

39, 141 

42, 1074 



Methoxyphenylpropiolic acid 
Methoxycoumarin 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.(C 2 .COOH)=1.2 
C 6 H 3 (OMe).CH : CH.CO.O 


J 
)J 




124-126 d. 
103 


Perkin 
Tiemann & Miiller 


B., 14, 1996 


39, 424 
42,53 


Methylumbelliferone 

0- 


=1.3.4 
C 9 H 6 Me0 3 
C,H s (OH).CMe : CH.CO.O 



)) 


.... 


114 
185 


Tiemann & Eeimer 
Pechmann and 


B., 12, 996 
B., 16, 2119 


36, 721 
46, 66 


Furoi'n -. 


C 4 H 3 O.C 2 H 2 2 C 4 H O 


OHO 






Duiaberg 


BIO IQQ'S 


39 TQft 






^** V 4 


.... 






A 91 1 91 ft 


4.2 4QQ 


Phenylfumaric acid .... 
Benzalmalonic acid .... 
Cinnamo-carboiiic acid 

D 11 
Benzhydrylacetcarbonic 


COOH.CPh : CH.COOH 
CHPh:C(COOH) 2 
COOH.(CH :CH.COOH)=1.2 

O.CO.C 6 H 4 .CH.CH 2 .COOH 


l> 

n 

> 
j 
it 

j> 


.... 


161 
195 
173-175 
173-175 

150 


i 
Barisch 
Claisen and Crismer 
Gabriel & Michael 


!> I) 


J. p. [2], 20, 186 
A., 218, 129 
B., 10, 1551 
B., 10, 2203 
B., 10, 2201 


38, 43 

46, 444 
34, 230 
34, 426 




anhydride 

11 }> 


= 1.2 
" i) 


i) 




150-151 


)> 


B., 10, 1558 


34, 230 



216 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet 
& J. Ch. Soc 


Methylene caffeic acid 


CH 2 1 O 2 1 CeH^CH^COOH 


C 10 H 8 4 


.. 


232 


Lorenz 


B., 13, 757 


40, 49 


Methoxyhydroxycoumarin 


.... 







184 


Tiemann and Will 


B., 15, 2075 


44, 199 


(methyloesculetin) 
















Dihydroxymethylcoumarin ... 


C f H 2 (OH) 2 .CMe : CH.COO 


j 




235 


Pechmann and 


B., 16, 2119 


46,67 












Duisberg 






Tetrahydroxynaphthalene ... 


C 10 H 4 (OH) 4 







225 




A. C. J., 2, 283 




Furilic acid .... 


C(OH)(C 4 H 3 O).j.COOH 


C H O 


d. 100 


Solid 


E. Fischer 


A., 211, 222 


42, 500 


Phthalylacetic acid +H 2 ... 


(COOH).(CO.CH S .COOH) 






90 d. 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 10, 1553 


a4, 229 




=1.2 














Hemipinic anhydride 


C 6 H 2 (OMe) 2 :(CO) 2 :O 







166-167 c. 


Beckett & Wright 


J. [1876], 807 


29, 282 




=1.2.4 (3 or 5) 














j. ,, 





J} 




166-167 


<> 





29, 468 








M 




167 


Prinz 


J. p., 24, 371 


42,403 


Dioxynaphthalic acid 


C 8 H 4 (OH) 2 (COOH) 2 


C 10 H 8 6 


.... 


126 


Hermann 


A., 151, 69 


vi., 858 


Prehnomalic acid 


.... 


C 10 H 8 O, 




210 


Baeyer 


B., 4, 275 ; A., 


vi., 811 














166, 327 




From polyporic acid 


.... 


(C 10 H 9 0) n 




156 


Stahlschmidt 


A., 195, 365 


36, 382 


Methylic polyporate 




(C 10 H 9 2 ) n 


.... 


187 





A., 187, 177 


32, 621 


Acetocinnamone (benzyl- 


C 6 H 5 .CH : CH.CO.CH 3 


C 10 Hi O 


240-241 


Liquid 


Engler and Leist 


B., 6, 254 


vii., 12; 26, 001 


idene acetone) 
















1! 





n 


260-262 


41-43 


Claisen & Claparede 


B., 14, 2461 


42,511 


From chloranethol 


.... 


.. (?) 


240 


MM 


Gladstone 


23, 147 


vii., 72 


(?) 


.... 


n 


240-242 


Liquid 


Ladenburg 


Z. C. [2], 5, 575 


vi., 157 


Benzylchloride on phenyl 


.... 


? 


290-300 


39 


Perkin and Hodg- 


.... 


37, 722 


acetate 










kinson 






Allylic benzoate 


C 6 H 6 .COO(C 3 H 6 ) 


C 10 H 10 2 


228 


Liquid 


Hofmann & Cahours 


A., 102, 297 




!) ,, 








230 




Berthelot and De 


A. C. [3], 48, 286 














Luca 






)! ,, 







$4$ 




Zinin 


A., 96, 362 




Methylic ciunamate 


C 6 H 5 .CH:CH.COOMe 


H 


241 


Liquid 


Kopp 


C. E., 21, 1376 


i., 986 





H 





241 


Liquid 





A., 60, 269 


34, 981 


) .... .... 


H 





259-6 


.... 


Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 





J> 





26S 


33-4 


Anschiitz and Kin- 


B., 11, 1220 


34, 981 












nicutt 






Phenylcrotonic acid 


C 6 H 6 .CH : CH.CH 2 .COOH 







78 


Stuart 




43, 404 








,, 




78 





.... 


B 











288 


... 




A., 204, 189 




i> ,, 









82 


Perkin 


>.* 


31, 392 


Iso-phenylcrotonic acid 


C 6 H S .CH : CMe.COOH 


() 


302 


86 


Jayne 


A., 216, 98 


44, 472 


> .... 


,, 






83-84 


Perkin 




31, 395 


Phenylbutyro-lactone 


Ph.CH(CH 2 ) 2 .COO 


1 


305-320 


34-35 


Pechmann 


B., 15, 890 


42, 1074 


.. 


M 




306 


37 


Jayne 


A., 216, 103 


44, 472 


Benzoyl propylaldehyde .... 


CHjEz-CHyCHO 





235 


Liquid 


Burcker 


C. E.,94,220;B., 


42,730 














15, 731 




Benzoyl acetone 


CH 2 Bz.CO.CH 3 






58 


Fischer and Kuzel 


B., 16, 2239 


46, 59 


Propenylbenzoic acid 
Isopropenylbenzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 .C 3 H 6 .COOH=1.4 

= ? 







160-161 
255-260 


Meyer and Eosicki 


B., 11, 1792 
B., 11, 2173 


36, 157 
36, 466 


Hydrindonaphthalene car- 
boxylic acid 


CH 2 .C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .CH.COOH 


" 




130 


Beeyer and Perkin 


B., 17, 132 


46, 753 




Safrol 


.... 


1) 


.... 


8-5-10 


Arzruni 


N. E. P., 25, 615 


32, 202 




From sassafras oil 




C H 


231-233 
235 


1. 20 


Grimaux & Euotte 
St. Evre 


A., 152, 89 
A. C. [3], 12, 107 


vi., 1014 
v., 199 


Acetylcarbinol benzoate 


Me.CO.CH 2 .OBz 





189-190 (50- 


23-5-24 


Breuer and Zinck6 


B., 13, 639 


38, 646 








60) ; 200- 
















201 (80- 
















90) ; 263- 
















264 (760) 










" " 


H 





.... 


25 


Eomburgh 


E. T., 1, 53 ; B., 


44,63 














16, 419 




Bjnzoyl carbinol acetate .... 


C 6 H 5 .CO.CH 2 .OAc 





.... 


40 


Humiius 


B., 10, 2010 




" ! 





,) 


270 


44 


Grssbe 


B., 4, 35 


24, 223 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



217 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' D ict. 
& J. Gh . Soc. 


Benzoyl carbinol acetate 


C 6 H 5 .CO.CH 2 .OAc 


Ci H 10 O 3 




49 


Hunseus & Zinck6 


B., 10, 1488 


34, 224 


si ji 


j> 


^ 




49-49-5 




A., 216, 308 




Ethylic benzoyl formate 


Ph.CO.COOEt 


u 


250-255 




Claisen 


B., 10, 844 


32, 616 


i 1) )5 


1) 


si 


256-257 (760 




IT 


B., 12, 629 


36, 648 


J> 





si 


257 


.... 


Gabriel 


B., 16, 517 


44, 920 


Benzoyl propionic acid 


Ph.CO.CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH 


i) 




115-116 


Pechmann 


B., 15, 889 




jj i) )j 


)) 







116 


Burcker 


B. 8. [2], 35, 17 


40, 273 


Phenylhydroxycrotonic acid 


Ph.CH : CH.CH(OH).COOH 


ji 




115 


Matsmoto 


B., 8, 1144 


89,80 


Methylic acetylbenzoate 


C 6 H 4 .Ac.COOMe=1.4 


ji 




92 


Meyer 


B., 12, 1072 


36, 795 


Propiophenone carbonic acid 


C 6 H 4 .(CO.Et).COOH=1.2 


j> 




91-92 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 11, 1014 


34, 735 


a-Methoxyphenyl acrylic acif 


OMe.(CH : CH.COOH)=1.2 





.... 


88-89 


Perkiu 


.... 


31, 419 


(methylcoumaric) 
















M- jj j j) 


11 JJ 


u 


.... 


178-179 


i> 


.... 


39, 41 1 


P~ 










182-183 


ii 


.... 


31, 414 


*~ ) 


) 


^i 


.... 


182-183 


ii 


.... 


31, 420 


a 
P- )i >i 


)' )> 







183 


ii 


i.i 


31, 421 


P" )) )T 


" 







183 


IT 




31, 422 


J 


=1.3 


ji 




115 


Tiemann& Ludwig 


B., 15, 2051 


44, 189 


I) 


=1.4 


IT 


.... 


abt. 171 


Perkin 


.... 


31, 409 


Allylsalicylic acid 


C 6 H 4 .OC 3 H 5 .COOH=1.2 


)) 


.... 


113 


Scichilone 


G. I., 12, 449 ; B. 


44, 336 














16, 796 




,, 


=1.3 





.... 


118 


ii 


) 


IT 





=1.4 


)> 


.... 


123 


IT 


)) 


11 


Acetoxytoluic aldehyde 


COH.Me.OAc=1.3.2 


I) 


267 


1. f. m. 


Barbier 


C. E., 90, 37 ; 


38, 318, 468 














B. S., 33, 54 




11 


=1.3.4 


V 


275 


Liquid 


11 


11 11 


11 


* 


11 )) 


)? 


.... 


39-40 


Staats 


B., 13, 139 


38, 385 


> 5> 

Oubebin . .. . 


= 1.3.6 

see C 14 H, 4 4 
C 2 H 4 BzO.COOH 


) 
)) 
)) 



Ci Hi O 4 




57 
125 
begins 165 

178 
112 


Schotten 
Weidel 
Daube 

Jackson 
Strecker 


B., 11, 786 
W. A., 74, 377 
N. E. P., 20, 36 ; 
B., 3, 609 
B., 14, 485 
A., 80, 42 ; 91, 


34,878 
34, 80 
24, 153 ; 
vii., 404 
40, 611 
i., 561 


Curcumin 




Benzolactic acid 














359 




Benzylmalonic acid .... 


Ph.CH 2 .CH(COOH) 2 







117 


Conrad 


B., 12, 752 ; A., 


36, 707 














204, 175 




Phenylsuccinic acid .... 


COOH.CHPh.CH 2 .COOH 







159-5-162 


Kiigheimer 


B., 14, 428 


40, GOO 


j) .... .... 


" 


IT 




167 


Spiegel 


B., 14, 1693 


40, 1037 


,, yj .... 

Diacetoxy benzene 
isomeric (?) 


C 6 H 4 (OAc) 2 =1.3 

JJ >1 


)T 
)J 
II 


278 u. c. 
273 (708) 


166-167 ; 166 
I. f. m. 


11 
Typke 
Nencki and Sieber 


B., 14, 873 
B., 16, 551 
J. p. [2], 23, 149 ; 


44, 917 














A., 138, 78 




11 i >i v 


)) >J 


IT 


303 


72 


11 ! 


J. p. [2], 23, 147 


40, 591 


5> 


=1.4 


I 




121 


Hesse 


A., 200, 244 


38, 317 


,, )T " 


' )5 


IT 




120 


Nietzki 


B., 11, 470 







)> ! 


IT 




123-124 


Rakowski 


N. H. C., 2, 560 ; 
















A., 209, 128 




Dlmethylic phthalate 
Dimethylic isophthalate 


C 6 H 4 .(COOMe) 2 =1.2 
=1.3 


IT 

TT 


280 c. (734) 


63-65 


Greebe 
Bseyer 


B., 16, 861 

A., 166, 340 


26, 756 


r> u 


)) 


IT 




64-65 


Ador and V. Meyer 


B., 4, 262 


24, 367 


)) * 

terephthalate .... 


J 

=1.4 


IT 

ir 




64-65 
a. 100 


Meyer 
De La Eue and 


A., 156 or 159 
A., 121,89 


vii., 978 
v., 727 












Muller 






i, ; 


" )? 


IT 




140 


Beilstein 


A., 132, 269 


)J 


)) 
Xylenedicarbonic acid 


C 9 H 4 (CH 2 .COOH) 2 "=1.2 


ii 

TT 


.... 


140 

150 


Grimaux 
Baeyer and Pape 


A. C. [4], 26, 331 
B., 17, 447 


25, 817 
46, 898 


)j 


= 1.4 


TT 




236 


Biedermann 


B., 5, 703 




.) a 
Hydrocinuamocarbonic acid 


COOH.(CH : .CH,,CX)OH:) 


IT 


.... 


244 
165-166 


Klippert 
Gabriel and Michael 


B., 9, 1766 
B., 10, 2203 


31, 468 
34, 427 




= 1.2 















2 F 



218 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Acetoxymethoxybenzalde- 


COH.OAc.OMe =1.2.5 


Ci H 10 O 4 


MM 


63 


Tiemaiiu & Muller 


B., 14, 1995 


42,53 


hyde 



















=1.4.5 


5) 




77 


Tiemann and Naga 


B., 11, 647 


34, 579 





=1.4.6 







86 


Tiemann and 


B., 13, 2374 


40, 271 












Parrisius 






Ferulic acid 


(CH : CH.COOH).OMe.OH 






153-154 


Hlasiwetz & Earth 


A., 138, 64 


34, 579 ; vi., 




=1.3.4 


J) 










227, 616 










168-169 


Tiemann and Naga 


B., 9, 416 ; 11,650 


34, 579 




5) )* 


J* 




168-169 








Isoferuiic acid (hesperetic) ... 


J J 

=1.4.5 


?) 
)) 




211-212 


> 
11 j 


)> 

B., 11, 654 


j 
34, 580 





)) ) 


) 


sb. 223 d. 


225 


E. Hoffmann 


B., 9, 686 


30, 421 





M 


?J 




t8 


Tiemann and Will 


B., 14, 955 


40, 740 


Methylene hydrooaffeic acid 


CH 2 : 2 : C 6 H 3 .(CH i ) 2 .COOH 


)> 




84 


Lorenz 


B., 13, 758 


40, 49 




=4.3.1 














Cumidic acid (fromMe 4 = 


Me^COOH)., = ? 


J 


.... 


n. f. at a 


Jannasch 


Z. C. [2], 6, 449 


vi., 828 


1.2.4.5) 








moderately 
















high temp. 








Isocumidic acid 


=1.3.4.5 







278-280 


Jacobsen 


B., 15, 1857 




Resacetophenone acetate 




) 


303 


72 




J. p. [2], 23, 147 




Meconin 


C 6 H 2 (OMe) 2 .CH.,.O.CO 


)J 




90 


Couerbe 


A., 5, 180 


iii., 862 






i i 
















=1.2.4. (3 or 5) 
















" 







98-99 


Matthiessen and 


16, 349 


iii., 862 


" 












Forster 








)> 







102-102-5 


Beckett and Wright 


B., 9, 73 


29, 282 




Benzylhydroxymalonic acid 


Ph.CH 2 qOH)(COOH) 2 


Ci H 10 () 5 


.... 


143d. 


Conrad 


A., 209, 245 ; B., 


40, 168 














13, 2159 




Acetoxymethoxybenzoic acid 


COOH.OMe.OAc =1.3.4 


i) 




148 


Tiemann and Nagai 


B., 8, 1142 


29, 78 





" 


?) 


.... 


142 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 122 


34, 501 


" 5) 


=1.4.5 


j) 


.... 


206-207 


jj 


B., 11, 130 


J) 


Dimethylic hydroxytereph- 


(COOMe) 2 .OH =1.4.5 







94 


Burkhardt 


B., 10, 146 


38, 337 


thalate 



















> 


5) 




96 


Ost 


J. p. [2], 15, 301 


32, 486 


Dimethylichydroxyisophtha- 


=1.3.4 


)> 




96 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 379 


34, 583 


late 
















" !> 


=1.3.5 


)) 




159-160 


Heine 


B., 13, 496 


38, 550 


Ethoxyterephthalic acid 


(COOH) 2 .OEt =1.4.5 


)> 


.... 


252-253 


Patern6 and Can- 


G. I., 9, 455 


38, 247 












zoneri 






u 





;j 




253-254 








Dimethoxybenzoyl carbonic 
acid 


(OMe) 2 .(CO.COOH) =1.2.4 


)? 




138-139 


Tiemann and Mats- 
moto 


B., 11, 142 


34, 503 


Opianic acid .... 


COOH.(OMe) 3 COH =1.2.3.6 


) 




140 


.... 


.... 


iv., 205 






>i 

" 


n 




145 
150 


Richter 


Tabellen 






Isopianic acid 


=1.3.4.5 







210-211 


I) 

Tiemann and 


B., 10, 397 


32,487 












Mendelsohn 






Methylic aldehydovanillate 


COOMe.OMe.OH.COH 


j) 




134-135 


Tiemann and Men- 


B., 10, 396 


32, 487 




=1.3.4.5 








delsohn 






Plumieric acid 


C,H 2 .(CH 2 OH)(C,,H 2 .COOH) 





.... 


139 


Oudemans 


A., 181, 161 


30, 422 




(OH) 2 














Metacamphretic acid 
Pyrocinchonic acid 
Larixinic acid 


C 8 H 8 .OH.(COOH) 2 


5J 
11 




89 
95 


Schwanert 
Weidel 


A., 128, 77 
A., 173, 76 


iv., 757 
28, 89 




.... 


n 


sb. 93 


153 


Stenhouse 


P. T. [1863], 53 ; 


iii., 471 


Atraric acid .... 












A., 123, 191 




Coleiu 


*... 





.... 


140-141 


Paternd 


G. I. [1882], 231 


42, 1084 




.... 






n. f. 100 


Church 




31, 260 


Ethylic acetylcomenate 
Phenylene dioxyacetic acid.... 
Hemipinic acid 


C 5 H 2 O 2 .OAc.COOEt 
C 6 H 4 (O.CH 2 .COOH) 2 =1.3 

(COOH) 2 .(OMe) 2 =? 


CioH lo 6 



JT 




104 
193 
165 


Reibstein 
Gabriel 
Schmidt 


J. p. [2], 24, 277 
B., 12, 1640 
B., 16, 2589 


42, 197 
38, 33 

46, 340 





=1.2.3.4 


)J 


.... 


180 




.... 


iii., 142 


" 





1) 




180-181 


Beckett & Wright 


.... 


29, 469 


" 


)> 


J) 




180-181 d. 


j D 


... 


29, 465 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



219 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hemipinic acid 


(COOH) 2 .(OMe)., =1.2.3.4 


CioH 10 O 6 


.... 


181-182 c. 


Beckett & Wright 




29, 282 


> i) 


11 1) 


i 




182-183 


11 11 




29, 468 


Isohernipinic acid 


11 11 


)i 


.... 


245-246 


Tiemann and Men- 


B., 10, 398 


32, 488 












delsohn 






Ethylic quinonehydrodicar- 


C 6 H 2 H 2 : O 2 .COOH.COOEt 


)5 


.... 


184 


Hermann 


A., 211, 331 


42, 714 


boxylate 
















Acid from gum ammoniac 


.... 


Tf 


.... 


265 d. 


Goldschmidt 


B., 11, 851 


34, 738 


resin 
















Ethylic carbogallate 


OH) s .(COO.COOEt) =1.2.4.5 


C 10 H 10 7 (?) 


.... 


116-5 u. c. 


Drechsel and Moller 


J. p. [2], 17, 163 


34, 784 


Isohydropyromellitic acid .... 


.... 


C 10 H 10 8 


.... 


220 




As., 7, 26 




Decylaldehyde 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CHO 


C 1(l Hi 2 O 


106 (15) 




Krafft 


B., 16, 1714 


44, 1075 


Propylphenyl ketone 


C H 5 .CO.Pr 





218-221 


Liquid 


Popoff 


B., 6, 560 


26, 1037 


>i 


11 


j 


220-222 


1. 20 


Schmidt & Fieberg 


B., 6, 498 


27, 75 


11 


1J 


j 


220-22% 


Liquid 


Perkin 




45, 181 


Isopropyphenyl ketone 


C 6 H 5 .CO.Pr/3 


j) 


209-217 




Popoff 


B., 6, 1255 





Beuzylethyl ketone 


C8H5.CH2.CO.Et 


11 


225-226 




11 


B., 5, 501 


25, 821 


Methylphenethyl ketone .... 


C 6 H 5 .CH.,.CH 2 .COMe 


v 


225-230 


.... 


Ceresole 


B., 15, 1876 




;, 1) 


11 


i) 


233-234 (725) 




Jackson 


B., 14, 890 


40,742 


11 


>J 


jj 


235 


.... 


Ehrlich 


B., 7, 683 


27, 885 


)) 11 


1) 


j) 


235-236 


.... 


D 


A., 187, 15 


32, 438 


Phenylvinyl ethyl oxide 


Ph.CH : CH.O.Et 


J5 


217 


Liquid 


Erlenmeyer 


B., 14, 1868 


42, 191 


Ethyl pheiiylacetylene alcohol 


CHPh : C(OH)Et or 


V 


224-226 


Liquid 


Morgan 


J. [1876], 398 


29, 163 




CHEt I C(OH)Ph 














Butenyl phenol 


C 6 H 4 .OH.C 4 H 7 =1.2 


IT 


223-225 


Liquid 


Perkin 




35, 143 




11 =1.4 




230-235 


s. f. m. 






35, 145 


Allyl methoxybenzene 


C 6 H 4 .(CH : CHMe.)OMe=1.2 


)1 
)1 


222-223 


1. f. 111. 


11 
11 


B., 11, 515 


33, 213 


11 U 


11 11 


n 


222-223 




11 


11 


39, 435 


(anethol) 


=1.4 


15 


232 




11 


11 


33, 215 


>! 11 " 


11 >) 


)5 


226-230 




Landolph 


C. E., 81, 97 


29, 246 


11 11 " 


" 11 


Jl 


232 




Perkin 


.... 


32, 673 


11 11 " 


11 )> 


IJ 


232 


21 


Kraut and Schlun 


Z. C. P. [1863], 359 


vi., 156 


11 11 11 


11 11 


> 




21-3 


Schiff 


A., 223, 247; 


46, 1089 














G. I., 14, 181 




11 11 " 


1 1> 


)) . 


230-240 


Solid 


Perkin 




32, 669 


11 " " 


Probably (C 10 H 13 O) 2 


)1 


228-230 


Solid 


Landolph 


C. E., 82, 849 


30, 79 




(C.nH^O) 




232 '5 




K r;uit and Schlun 


Z. C. P. [1863], 359 


vi., 156 




V^IO 12 v / a 


1) 


a. 300 


132 


Perrenoud 


A., 187, 70 


32, 480 




)1 


?7 




140-145 


Richter 


Tabellen 




Cuminic aldehyde (cuminol) 


C fl H 4 .Pr.COH =1.4 


11 
11 


217=222 c. 




Lippmann& Strecker 


W. A., 78, 570 


38, 251 


11 11 i' 


11 11 


1 


222 c. 


Liquid 


11 11 


B., 12, 76 


36, 464 


11 11 11 


51 11 


?1 


220 


Liquid 


Gerhardt & Cahours 


A. C. [3], 1, 60 


ii., 182 


11 11 " 


11 11 


1) 


223 u. c. 




Etard 


C. B., 90, 534 


38, 468 


11 11 


11 11 


?) 


230 




Eaab 


B., 8, 1148 


29, 398 


11 11 11 


>' 11 


T 


236 




Widmann 


B., 15, 166 


42,727 


11 11 11 


11 11 


5) 


228u.c.(704'5) 




Meyer 


B., 10, 150 










236-5c.(760r.} 










11 11 11 


11 11 


11 


236-6 (748) 




Kopp 


A., 94, 316 


U., 182 


Isocuminic aldehyde 


....' 


)) 


abt. 220 


80 


Etard 


A. C. [5], 22, 259 


40, 582 


Terecuruinic aldehyde 


.... 


)> 


219-220 







11 


11 


11 11 


.... 


1 


229 


.... 


Kopp 





11 


Methylphenylcarbinol acetate 


C 6 H 5 .CH(OAc).CH, 


C 10 H 12 2 


213-216 




Eadziszewsky 


B., 7, 141 


27, 469 


11 11 i' 


11 


11 


217-220 






Z. C. [1871], 132 


( 


Benzyl carbinol acetate 


C fi H 5 .CH 2 .CH 2 .OAc 


11 


224 


Liquid 


Eadziszewsky 


B., 9, 373 


30, 78 


Benzylic propionate .... 


CH 3 .CH 2 .COO.CH 2 Ph 


11 


219-220 






A., 193, 312 




Propylic benzoate 


C c H 5 .COOPr<> 


11 


229-47 




Linnemann 


A., 161,28; 162, 


vii., 203, 1013; 














39 


29, 235 


11 11 


)) 


11 


222-5 


.... 


.... 


M. C., 2, 695 




I.sojuopylic benzoate 


C 6 H 5 .COOPr0 


1* 


218 (762) 


Liquid 


Silva 


B. S., 12, 225; 


vi., 966 














Z. G, 12, 637 




Ethylic phenyl acetate 


C 6 H 5 .CH 2 .COOEt 


11 


226 


Liquid 


Radziszewsky 


Z. C. [2], 5, 358 ; 


vi., 1101 














B., 2, 208 




11 11 11 


n 


11 


229 c. 


Liquid 


Hodgkinson 


.... 


37, 481 
















2 F 2 



220 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methylic phenyl propionate 


C 6 H 6 .CH 2 .CH 2 .COOMe 


C 10 H, 2 O 2 


238-239 


Liquid 


Erlenmeyer 


A., 137, 334; J. 


vi., 469 














19, 366 




.1 11 


C 6 H 5 .C 2 H 4 .COOMe 


11 


236-6 




Weger 


A.. 221, 61 


46, 11 


Methylbenzyl acetic acid ... 


C 6 H 6 .CH 3 .CHMe.COOH 





275 


34 


Conrad 


B., 11, 1055 


34, 732 


>i 11 i. 








272 


37 


Conrad and Bischof 


B., 13, 595; A., 


38, 628 














204, 181 




Phenylbutyric acid 


Ph.(CH 2 ) 3 .COOH 





290 


47-5 


Jayne 


A., 216, 107 


44, 473 


Xylylic acetate 


C 6 H 4 .Me.CH 2 OAc 





226 


Liquid 


Vollrath 


A., 144, 262 


v., 869 


i, 


=1.3 





226 


Liquid 


Eadziszewsky and 


B., 15, 1747 














Wispek 






Ethylic toluate 


C 6 H 4 .Me.COOEt=1.2 





219-5 (713) 


.... 


Ador and Eilliet 


B., 12, 2301 




11 >! 


=1.3 


11 


224-5-226-5 




11 


I) 










(710) 










11 


=1.4 





228 


Liquid 


Noad 


P. M. [3], 32, 25 


v., 864 


*, 


IJ ) 


11 


228 




Wurtz 


B., 12,2301 




Propylbenzoic acid (iso- 


C 6 H 4 .Pr.COOH= ? 


11 


116-117 


51 


Etard 


A. C. [5], 22, 218, 


40, 582 


cuminic) 












287 




Propylbenzoic acid (cuminic) 


C 6 H 4 .Pr.COOH=1.2 





.... 


58 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 11, 1014 


34, 735 


11 >i 11 


C 6 H 4 .Pr.COOH= ? 





abt. 250 


92 


Gerhardt & Cahour 


A. C. [3], 1, 70 


ii., 178 


!> 11 11 


C 6 H 4 .Pr0.COOH=1.4 







110 


Meyer and Miiller 


B., 15, 496 


44,63 


11 ,1 ,1 


Jl )> 


11 




114 


Beilstein & Kupffer 


B., 6, 1184 


vii., 403 


11 11 11 


J) 





.... 


114-115 


Patern6 and Spica 


G. I., 7, 361 


34, 296 


" 'I T 


< 







114-116 


Meyer and Kosicki 


B., 11, 1791 




" 








.... 


115 


Gerhardt 


.... 


vii., 403 


>* >' JJ 


V 







115 


Nencki and Ziegler 


B., 5, 751 


26, 64 


J* 


) 1) 







115 


Persoz 


A., 44, 312 















115 


Meyer 


B., 10, 153 




) 1 










116-117 


Meyer and Miiller 


B., 15, 1903 


44,63 


- T> 





11 


.... 


116-117 


11 >! 





k- 


> )) ) 


J> 


11 


.... 


116-117 


Jacobsen 


B., 12, 1516 


38,39 


)J 


C 6 H 4 .Pr.COOH=1.4 





.... 


137 


Francksen 


B., 17, 1220 


46, 1009 


n n 


11 i) 







138-139 


Paternd and Spica 


B., 10, 1746 


34, 139 


i) 


11 11 





.... 


138-139 


11 11 


G. I., 7, 361 


34, 296 


' T) ) 


11 11 







140 


Korner 


B., 11, 1866; A., 


31, 142 ; 44, 














216, 228 


322 


) 


11 i> 


J) 




140 


Meyer and Miiller 


B., 15, 698, 1905 




Terecuminic acid 








128-129 


Etard 


A. C. [5], 22, 218 


40, 582 


Methylhydrocinnamic acid .... 


Me.(CHj.CHj.COOH)=1.4 


n 




103 


Gerichten 


B., 11, 1719 


36, 230 


Acetxylenol 


Me.Me.OAc=1.3.4 


1 


226 


Liquid 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 25 


34, 412 






=1.4.5 
Me 2 .(CHj.COOH)=1.3.5 


J) 


237 c. (768) 
273 (735) 


Liquid 
100 


Wispek 


B., 11, 28 
B., 16, 1577 


44, 1096 


Dimethylphenyl acetic acid.... 


" 11 i) 


.1 i. 





.... 


97 


Robinet 


B., 16,965; C.E., 
















96, 500 




Eugenol (eugetic acid) 


(CH:CHMe).OMe.OH=1.4.3 


t? 


242 


Liquid 


Stenhouse 


A., 95, 106 


ii., 604 


11 11 11 


11 11 





243 


.... 


Ettling 


A., 10, - 




11 11 ,1 


11 ,i 





243 




Gladstone 


.... 


25, 2 


11 11 J! 


11 11 


J) 


244 u. c. 


.... 


Church 


B., 7, 1551 


28, 113 








=251 -8 c. 










11 11 11 


'. 


J) 


247-5 (760) 


.... 


Wassermann 


A., 179, 369 


29, 706 


11 11 11 


11 11 





251 (760) 




Williams 


Chem.Gaz.[1858], 


ii., 604 














170 




11 11 11 


11 


J? 


251 




jladstone 


17,6 


vi., 608 


11 1> 1, 


" 11 


JJ 


252 




n 








(CH^CH : CH 2 )(OMe)(OH) 
(CH : CHMe)(OMe)(OH) 


1) 


247-249 
258-262 




Tiemann and Kraaz 

11 11 


B., 15, 2059 
B., 15, 2065 


44, 201 

11 


Isoeugenol 




=1.3.4 














Eugenol .... (polymer) 
y-Isoduric acid 


Me 3 .COOH=1.2.4.6 





.... 


i. 100 
84-85 


Erlenmeyer 
Jacobsen 


B., 9, 273 
B., 15, 1856 


44,53 


P" 11 


=1.3.5.6 






120-123 


Bielefeldt 


A., 198, 387 


38, 38 


Duric acid 


= 1.2.4.5 







140-150 


Jannasch 


Z. C. [1870], 449 


vi., 828 






11 11 


" 


.... 


149 


Seuter 


B., 11, 31 


34, 413 




11 


.... 


150 


Gissmann 


A., 216, 206 


44, 334 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



221 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


/3-Isoduric acid 


Me 3 .COOH= 1.3.5.6 


C 10 H 12 O 2 


.... 


151 


Jacobsen 


B., 15, 1855 


44,53 


a- 


=1.2.3.5 







215 


Bielefeldt 


A., 198, 385 


38, 38 


a- 


11 ii 


11 




215-216 


Jacobsen 


B., 15, 1855 


44, 53 


Thymoquinone 









45-46 


Sigel 


A., 170, 345 


27, 378 





Me.Pi<O" 2 =1.4.2.3 





abt. 200 


45-5 


C'arstanjen 


J. p. [2], 3, 53 


24, 350 












48 


Lallemand 


A., 101, 119 





Poly-thymoquinone 




(Cu^AX 


.... 


200-201 


Liebermanu 


B., 10, 2177 


34, 418 


Benzylideneglycerol .... 


c 3 H 5 (OH):o 2 :cHPh 


C 10 H 12 O 3 


190-200(20) 




Harnitzky and 


B. S. [2], 3, 253; 


vi., 637 












Menschutkin 


A., 136, 127 




Ethylic phenoxyacetate 


CH 2 (OPh).COOEt 





251 


.... 


Fitzsche 


J. p. [2], 20, 276 


38, 319 


Methylic methylmandelate.... 


Ph.CH(OMe).COOMe 





246 




Meyer and Boner 


B., 14, 2393 


42, 195 


Ethylic mandelate 


Ph.CH(OH).COOEt 





253-255 


Liquid 


Beyer 


J. p. [2], 28, 190 


46,65 





11 





.... 


75 


Naquet and 


A., 139, 300 














Longuinine 






Phenylhydroxybutyric acid 


Ph.CH(OH).(CH 2 ) 2 .COOH 





.... 


30 


Pechmann 


B., 15, 881 


42, 1074 


11 11 


Ph.CH(OH).C 2 H 4 .COOH 


., 


235 


30-31 


Burcker 


B. S. [2], 375 ; B., 


42,618 


(c/. B., 15, 890) 












15, 360 




11 11 


Ph.CH(OH).(CH 2 ) 2 .COOH 


1 


. 


75 


Jayne 


A., 216, 105 


44, 473 


Benzylmethylglycollic acid .... 


Ph.CH 2 .CMe(OH).COOH 







97-99 


Gabriel and Michael 


B., 12, 815 


36, 795 


Propylic hydroxybenzoate 


C 6 H 4 .OH.COOPr/s =1.2 





238-240 


.... 


Cahours 


C. R, 77, 745 ; 


27,38 


(salicylate) 












J. [1874], 333 




Ethylic methoxybenzoate .... 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.COOEt =1.2 





262 


.... 





C. R, 39, 256 


v., 162 


11 11 


11 11 





260 c. 




Grsebe 


A., 139, 141 


vi., 1005 


11 i, 


11 11 





246-248 (732) 




Schreiner 


A., 197, 18 




JJ 


11 11 





235 


MM 


Folsing 


B., 17, 486 


46, 897 


(anisate) 


=1.4 





250-255 


Liquid 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 14, 492 


1., 301 


Methylic ethoxybenzoate .... 


C 6 H 4 .OEt.COOMe =1.2 





265 


.... 


Kraut, Schroder, & 


A., 150, 1 


vi., 1006 












Prin zhorn 






,i i, 


11 





256-257 (732) 




Schreiner 


A., 197, 18 




11 11 


11 11 





245 




Folsing 


B., 17, 486 


46, 897 


Isopropoxybenzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 .OPr0.COOH =1.2 





.... 


1. 20 


Kraut, Schroder, & 


A., 150, 1 


vi., 1006 












Prinzhorn 






Ethylic tolylic carbonate .... 


C c H 4 Me.(.OCOOEt) =1.2 





235-237 


Liquid 


Bender 


B., 13, 699 


40,48 


i) 11 11 


=1.3 





245 


Liquid 





B., 13, 700 


J) 


11 11 


=1.4 


11 


245-247 


Liquid 


(J 


H 


J) 


Ethylic hydroxypheny lacetate 


C 6 H 4 .OH.CH 2 COOEt = 2 


,, 


251 


.... 


Fritsjhe 


J. p. [2], 19, 33 


36, 322 


Hydroxypropylbenzoic acid.... 


C 6 H 4 .COOH.C 3 H 6 OH =1.4 







155-156 


Meyer 


B., 11, 1285 


34, 879 


11 11 


11 11 







155 


Meyer and Rosicki 


B., 11, 1792 




,1 .... 


11 11 


n 




155 


11 11 


B., 11, 2172 




11 11 


i) 11 


,, 




755 


Meyer and Miiller 


B., 15, 699 




Methoxyphenylpropionic acid 


OMe.(CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH) =1.3 





.... 


51 


Tiemann & Ludwig 


B., 15, 2051 


44, 189 


11 11 


=1.2 







92 


Perkin 




39, 416 


11 11 


=1.4 







101 





J. [1877], 792 


31, 411 


11 >! 


OMe.CHMe.COOH =1.4 





.... 


103-4 


Korner & Corbetta 


B., 7, 1732 


28, 458 


(methylphloretic) 
















Ethoxyphenylacetic acid 


OEt.(CH 2 .COOH) =1.4 


n 




88 


Salkowski 


B., 12, 1440 


38, 252 


Coniferyl alcohol 


(CH : CH.CH 2 OH).OMe.OH 





.... 


73-74 


Tiemann and Haar- 


B., 7, 612 


27, 895 




=1.3.4 








mann 






i. 11 


11 


11 




74-75 


Tiemann 


B., 8, 1130 


29, 77 


Ethylvanillin 


COH.OMe.OEt. =1.3.4 






RA R<^ 




RQ ii on 


2Q *7fi 






n 


.... 


u4 DO 


\ i ' 1 1 


i i ii/y 

Al CQ 1 (2/1 


**?, i \) 
04. -1 KG 


Methoxyacetoxytoluene 


Me.OMe.OAc =1.3.4 


11 


245 


65 


Miller 
Tiemann 


., loo, Io4 

B., 9, 418 


O**, iiJif 


11 11 


11 11 





246-248 




Tiemaim and 


B., 10, 58 














Mendelsohn 






Methylic methoxytoluate .... 


OMe.Me.COOMe =1.2.6 


JJ 


.... 


Liquid 


Schall 


B., 12, 823 


36. 792 


11 "* 


=1.3.6 







Liquid 











11 11 


=1.4.6 







Liquid 


n 





M 


11 . 11 


= 1.3.4 







Liquid 





B., 12, 824 





11 11 - 


= 1.2.5 







Solid 


Gerichten & Bossier 


B., 11, 1587 




11 11 .... 


= 1.2.4 


)1 




67 


Schall 


B., 12, 824 


36, 792 


Ethylic hydroxytoluate 


Me.OH.COOEt =1.2.4 






74-75 


Gerichten & Rossler 


B., 11, 1587 


36, 323 


Ethoxytoluic acid 


COOH.Me.OEt =1.3.4 




.... 


198 


Remsen & Kuhard 


B., 15, 951 





ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


tthoxytoluic acid 


COOH.Me.OEt =1.4.6 


C 10 H,,0 3 


.... 


108-110 


Paterno & Canzoneri 


J. [1879], 519 




Pi opy Ihydroxybenzoic acid .... 


COOH.OH.Pr* =1.2.3 







93-94 


Spica 


G. I., 8, 406 ; J. 


36, 633 














[1878], 585 




17 " 


= 1.2.5 







98 


77 





36, 632 


17 71 


11 







120 


77 


11 


36, 633 


51 11 


=1.3.6 





.... 


120-5 


Paterno & Mazzaro 


G. I., 8, 389 ; J. 


36, 642 















[1878], 806 




17 1 


= 1.3.4 







138-140 


Lipmann & Lange 


B., 13, 1663 


40, 276 


77 77 


77 


11 




141-143 


Earth 


B., 11, 1571 


36, 158 


n >' 


)1 







143 


77 


B., 11, 567 


34, 574 


Isopropylhydroxybenzoic acid 


COOH.OHPr0 =1.2.4 (?) 







88 


Jacobaen 


B., 12, 432 


36,624 


7 11 


77 77 







93 


71 


B., 11, 1061 





71 77 


7, 11 







93 


71 


B., 11, 573 


34, 584, 732 


11 11 


=1.3.4 


11 




166-170 


11 


B., 12, 433 


36, 625 


Methylic hydroxymesity- 


COOMe.OH.Me 2 =1.2.a5 





.... 


Liquid 


71 


A., 195, 265 


36, 530 


lenate 
















11 17 '" 


=1.4.3.5 





.... 


130 


71 


B., 12, 608 


36, 643 


Ethlmethylhydroxybenzoic 


COOH.OH.Me.Et =1.2.3.5 





.... 


147-149 


Jl 


A., 195, 284 


36, 531 


acid 
















Hydro xythymoquinoue 


Me.Pr.OH : O 2 =1.4.2.5.6 







165 


Zincke 


B., 14, 97 




77 


?1 )) 







165-166 


Carstanjen 


J. p. [2], 15, 400 




71 ' 


n > 


J1 


.... 


166-167 


Schulz 


B., 16, 901 







=1.4.(?) s 







169 


Ladenburg 


B., 10, 611 


32, 477 


J1 


i. 







169-172 


Ladenburg and 


B., 10, 1219 














Engelbrecht 









51 







169-175 


Carstanjen 


J. p. [2], 15, 400 


32, 614 


71 


=1.4.(?) 3 





.... 


173-174 


Ladenburg 


B., 10, 49 


32,891 


7, 


11 jj 







174-175 


Zinek6 


B., 14, 97 


40, 596 


71 ..." 


=1.4.2.3.6 







183-185 


Liebermann 


B., 10, 79 




11 " 


=1.4.(?) 3 







187 


Ladenburg 


B., 10, 611 


32, 477 


.. .... 


=1.4.6.2.3 


51 




187 uncor. 


Carstanjeu 


J. p. [2], 3, 50 


24, 352 ; vii., 
















1156 





=1.4 (J), 


B 


.... 


183-221 


11 


J. p. [2], 15, 400 


32, 614 


Methylatrolactic acid 







.... 


Crystalline 


Bottinger 


B., 14, 1598 


40, 1036 


Nouodilactone 


(CHMe^ \J). 
N OOC / 


C 10 H 12 4 


a. 360 s. d. 


105 


Hjelt 


A., 216, 52 


44, 456 


Ethylic dehydracetate 


CH 2 Ac.C:CH.C(COOH):COH 


77 


.... 


91-6 


Oppenheim & Precht 


B., 9, 1100 




Glycerol monobenzoate 


C 3 H 5 .(OH) 2 (OBz) 


77 


320 


nearly s. 40 


Berthelot 


A. C. [3], 41, 290 


i., 559 


Isobenzoglycol diacetate 


C.H 6 (OAc) 2 


77 


abt. 300 


121 


Renard 


C. R, 91, 175 


38, 802 


Ethylic vanillate 


COOEt.OH.OMe =1.4.3 


11 


291-293 


44 


Tiemann and Men- 


B., 10, 59 


32, 889 












delsohn 






Methylic dimethoxybenzoate 


COOMe.(OMe) 2 =1.3.4 


11 


.... 


58 


Korner 


G. I., 6, 142; 


31, 89 














J. [1876], 601 




11 11 


11 77 


11 


300 


59-60 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 127 


34,501 


11 17 

Ethoxymethoxybenzoic acid 


=1.2.3 
COOH.OMe.OEt =1.3.4 


77 


.... 


164-165 

190 


Wegscheider 
Wassermann 


M. C., 3, 348 
A., 179, 379 


42, 1207 
29, 707 


77 77 


" 77 


11 


.... 


193-194 


Tiemann 


B., 8, 1130 


29, 76 


1) 11 


77 






195 




A. C. J., 4, 77 




a-Homoveratric acid 
Hydroferulic acid 


(CH 2 .COOH).(OMe) 2 =1.3.4 
(CjH 4 .COOH).OMe.OH 


17 
11 


+xH 2 O 


98-99 
89-90 


Tiemann & Matsmoto 
Tiemann and Nagai 


B., 11, 143 
B., 11, 650 


34, 503 

34,580 


, 


=1.3.4 














Hydroisoferulic acid 


= 1.4.3 


11 




146 


>! 11 


B., 11, 656 


11 


Hydroxypropyl hydroxyben- 


77 

COOH.(CMe,OH).OH=1.4.5 


11 
11 




147 
173 


Tiemann and Will 
Widmann 


B., 14, 965 
B., 17, 722 


46, 1022 


zoic acid 
















Ethylic dihydroxytoluic acid 


COOH.(OH) 2 .Me=1.2(?) 2 


11 




97-98 




M. C., 2, 463 




)7 11 77 


= (?) 


17 




104-5 


Kane 


P. T., 1840 


iv., 236 


(orselliuate) 
















11 77 





77 




a. 120 


Heeren 


Schw. J., 59, 341 


n 


1' 71 77 


" 11 


77 




a. 127-5 


Hesse 


A., 117, 314 





" " 


" 11 


77 




13S 


Richter 


Tabellen 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



223 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dihydroxythymoquinone ... 


Me.Pr. (OH) 2 : O 2 =1.4 (?) 4 


C 10 H 12 4 




213 


Zincke 


B., 14, 95 


40, 596 





1) )> 







220 


Ladenburg and 


B., 10, 1223 


34, 60 












Engelbrecht 






Cantharidin . .. . ... 






d. 210 


218 c. 


Piccard 


B., 10, 1504 


34, 233 










250 


Text books 






Cantharic acid 


C 6 H 4 .H 4 .CH 2 .O.CO.CH. 


" 




278 c. 


Piccard 


JJ 

B., 10, 1505 ; 11, 






i i 
















COOH 










2120 




Xanthoxylin .... 








80 




A., 80, 251 ; 104, 
















238 




Ethylic dehydromucate 


C 4 H 2 0.(COOEt) 2 


C lu Hi 2 O 5 




46-47 


Fittig 


B., 9, 1198 


31, 65 


55 










47 


Heinzelmann 


A., 193, 190 


36, 141 


carbopyrotritartrate 


COOEt.CHAc.CH - C : CH 2 







80-81 ; 81-82 


Harrow 


A., 201, 152 


33, 433 




CO 6 














Ethylic succinylsuccinate ... 


CH 2 .CO.CH.COOEt 


Ci H 12 O 6 




OS 


Hermann 


A., 211, 319; 


32, 319 




1 i 

CH 2 .CO.CH.COOH 










B., 10, 109 




55 55 










100 


Duisberg 


B., 16, 135 




Oil from nutmeg 


.... 


(C 10 H l3 O 2 ) n 


260-280 


Liquid 


Wright 


B., 6, 147 


vii., 862 ; 26, 
















549 





.... 





280-290 


Liquid 





55 


55 55 


Disacryl resin 


.... 


(C 10 H 13 3 ) n 


.... 


100 


Bedtenbacher 


A., 47, 114 


ii., 337 


Isobutylphenyl oxide 


C 6 H 6 .O.CH 2 .CHMe 2 


C 10 H 14 


198 


.... 


Eiess 


Z. C. [2], 7, 39 ; 


24, 221 














B., 3, 780 




Methylphenylcarbinol ethyl 


C 7 H 6 Me.OEt 


55 


185-187 




Thorpe 


Z. C. [1871], 131 


22, 412 


oxide 
















Dimethylbenzyl carbinol .... 


(C 6 H 6 .CH 2 )Me 2 C.OH 


55 


220-230 


20-22 


Popoff 


B., 8, 768 


29, 695 


Propylphenyl carbinol 


C 6 H 6 .CH(OH).Pr 





? 








vii., 931 


Methylphenethyl carbinol .... 


Ph.(CH 2 ) 2 .CH(OH).Me 


,, 


.... 


68 


Engler and Leist 


B., 6, 255 




Ethyl phlorol 


C 8 H 9 EtO 




215-217 




Sio-el 


A., 170, 345 


27, 378 












^ l h 






Ethoxyethyl benzene 


C 6 H 4 .Et.OEt 


., 


.... 


Liquid 


Auer 


B., 17, 669 


46, 1002 


Propyl methoxy benzene 


C 6 H 4 .Pra.OMe =1.2 


(5 


207-209 c. 




Spica 


G. I., 8, 406 ; B., 


36, 632 








(757-7) 






12, 295 




55 55 


=1.4 





214-215-5 c. 


Liquid 





55 55 


55 








(750-18) 










55 5 


? 





210-215 




Patern6 and Spica 


G. I., 7, 21 


31, 708 


55 55 


C 6 H 4 .Pr.OMe =1.3 





98-199 (751) 


.-.. 


Fileti 


G. I., 10, 279 


38, 883 


55 55 


C 6 H 4 .Pr/3.0Me =1.4 





212-213 c. 


.... 


Paternd and Spica 


G. I., 6, 535 


31, 593 








(758) 










Anetholdihydride 


.... 


., 


220 


.... 


Landolph 


B., 13, 145 


38, 385 


Ethyl xylyl oxide 


C 6 H 4 .Me.(CH.,OEt) =1.3 





202 


Liquid 


Eadziszewski and 


B., 15, 1746 


42, 1283 












Wispek 






,, 


=1.4 


55 


203 


Liquid 


55 55 


B., 15, 1745 


55 


Isobutyl phenol 


C 6 H 4 .OH.(CH 2 .CHMe 3 ) =1.? 





236-238 


97-5-98 


Liebermann 


B., 14, 1843 


42, 171 


55 55 








231 


99 


Studer 


B., 14, 1474 


40, 898 


C'ymylic alcohol 


C 6 H 4 .Pr.CH 2 OH =1.4 





243 


Liquid 


Kraut 


A., 92, 66 


ii., 298; vii., 
















931 


55 55 


55 55 





238-240 


.... 


Meyer 


G. J. C., 1877 




55 55 


5 55 





246-6 c. (760) 




Kraut 


A., 192, 224 




Dihydrocumic aldehyde 




55 (?) 


190 


.... 


Etard 


A. C. [5], 22, 218 


40, 583 


Ethoxyxylene 


Me.Me.OEt=1.4.5 





194 




Canzoneri 


G. I., 10, 516 


40, 269 


Isopropyl cresol 


Pr/3.Me.OH=1.3.? 





231 


1. 25 


Kelbe 


A., 210, 40 


42, 300 


55 5 


55 55 


,, 


227-5-229-5 


Liquid 


Spica 


G.I.,12,543;B., 


44, 460 








(758) 






16, 792 




55 55 


,, E.I. 3 





225-230 




Mazzara 


G. I. [1882], 167 


42, 838 


55 55 


55 55 





237-7 (758) 


1. f. m. 





G. I., 12, 505; B., 


44, 463 














16, 793 




Propyl cresol .... 


Pr.Me.OH= ?.1.3 




30-235 (734) 


T ' '1 




G. I. [1882], 333 


42, 1199 






JJ 




Xjiquiu 


55 












9*}fl 9^?K 






G. I. [1882], 167 


42, 838 




I) 5) 


)> 


25v AOO 


.... 


55 






(carvacrol) 


=1.4.5 


,, 


232 


Liquid 






i., 809 


55 55 55 


55 -5 


55 


231-232 


1. 25 


Kekulu & Fleischer 


B., 6, 935 


26, 1228 ; vii., 
















421 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Propyl cresol (carvacrol) 


Pr.Me.OH =1.4.5 


CI O H H O 


232-232-5 ; 


.... 


Kekule & Fleischer 


B., 6, 1088 


vii., 935 ; 27, 65 








236-5-237 c. 










JJ TJ 


11 11 





230 




Kekul6 


B., 2, 121 




JT J) JJ 








232 


.... 


Haller 


C. R., 94, 132 


42, 737 


T) JJ JJ 


11 11 





230-231 


s. 20 


Beyer 


A. P. [3], 21, 283 


46, 331 


JT JJ 


11 . 





233 






.... 


vii., 930 


JJ J) JJ 


u ii 





233-235 




Spica 


G. L, 10, 340 


38, 889 


T) )) )> "" 


ii ii 





237 


3 to 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 1060 


34, 732 


TT JJ JJ 


V II 


Jj 


232-233 u.c.; 


+0-5 to 1 


Jahns 


B., 15, 817 










236-237 c. 


















1'5 to 2 




A. P. [3], 15, 1 


38, 112 


(thymol) 


=1.4.6 


JT 
TT 


209 




Gerichten 


B., 11, 364 


34, 570 


j JT JT 


i. ii 





227-8 (756-7) 




Paterno & Canzoneri 


G. L, 9, 455 


38, 247 


J> JT JJ "* 


>! I- 


JJ 


230 


.... 






vii., 930 


TJ JJ JJ 


)J JJ 





232 


.... 


Schiff 


B., 13, 1407 


38, 892 


TJ JJ )J "" 


II 11 


H 


233-235 


Liquid 


Febve 


C. K., 92, 1292 


42,524 





1. 11 





235 




Ramsay 


.... 


39, 64 


j> jj jj 


1 11 





233 




Paternd and Spica 


G. J. C., 1879 




u j j) 


11 11 





230 


44 


Lallemand 


A., 102, 119 


v., 793 


TJ JJ JJ *'" 


11 11 


,, 


230 




Doveri 


A., 64, 374 




,. 


11 


11 


222; 227 


44 


Stenhouse 


J., 9, 624 


v., 793 


11 


11 11 





.... 


44 


Widmann 


B., 15, 166 


42, 728 


TJ JJ JT 


1, 11 







46 


Kekule" & Fleischer 


B., 6, 1087 


27,66 


TT V )) 


11 11 







48 


Arppe 


A., 58, 42 


v., 793 


JJ JJ J) 


JJ 







49-3 


Schiff 


G. I., 14, 181; A., 


46, 1089 














223, 247 




JJ > )J * 


11 11 





.... 


51 


Andresen 


J. p. [2], 23, 167 


40, 590 


JJ JJ )) " 


11 11 





231 


53 


Haines 


.... 


v., 793 


T) >J J7 


11 11 





226 


53 





J., 9, 623 




JJ >1 ) 


11 11 





244-7 


.... 


Pisati and Paternd 


B.. 8, 71 




(cymothymol) 


.... 




245-8 




11 


M 






Pr.Me.OH=1.4. ? 




99ft 9*^il 




T> >. s n 


n T n lot 


Af\ KQE 






u 


ZiAO Zfj^. 




iraterno ctoanzonen 


' . X.j II, 111 


"wj oyo 




'/ 




91 A 


1 f m 






.3 OAO 




_ , 


" 


919 9Ti 


i, i. ill. 




BE CQ1 


vl.j oUo 


Methylmesitol 


JJ ~~ * 

Me 3 .OMe=1.3.5.6 


H 


J.- > Zo*.* 

200-203 


Liquid 


Grsebe 
Biedermann and 


.j O, Oul 

B., 8, 60 


28, 569 












Ledoux 






Isodurenol 


Me 4 .OH=l. 2.3.5.6 






1 AG 




R If IB^^ 




Carvol.... 




" 


.... 


lUo 


J aco bsen 


Bf! 1 AQQ 


, 52 






11 


99*7 




Kekul6 & Fleischer 

f^\n Aat nrta 


., D, 1088 


27, 65 






11 


-- l 




^jlaastone 

-T7- 1 1 1 


Jf* K, i 45 


25, 9 






" 


225-230 




V olckel 


., O, 512 


fyfH t'(L .) 






ii 


228-229 




Nietzki 


A. P. [3], iv., 31 7 


27, 82 






" 


OFiA 




Schiff 


B., 14, 1376 




" 


MM 


11 


5250 


Liquid 




J. [1863], 548 


i., 808 




/\ 














Dehydrocamphor 


CsHl< \^/ 


,. 




160 


Schiff 


B., 14, 1376 


42, 528 


Stearoptene .... 


















>... 


,j 




48 


Arppe 


A., 58, 41 


iii., 1046 


Myristicol 


C W H 16 O ? 


















J 


212-218 




Wright 


26, 687 


vii., 833 










220 ; 224 




Gladstone 


25, 11 




Oil from saffron 


.... 


H 


208-210 


Liquid 


Weiss 


J. p., 101, 65 


vi., 1001 


' 




JT 


216-218 


Liquid 


Faust and Homeyer 


B., 7, 1430 


28, 371 


? phenol 


.... 




233-235 






C. R., 92, 1290 




Reduction of anetliol 
Triethenylbutyric acid .... 


C 3 H 4 (C 2 H 3 ) 3 .COOH 


C 1B HJ>! 


220-224 
240-260 




Ladenburg 
Geuther, Frohlich, 


As., 8, 87 
A., 202, 310 


vii., 72 
38, 623 












and Looss 






Ethylene phenylethyl oxide 
Phenylbutylene glycol .... 


PhO.CH 2 .CH 2 .OEt 
CHPh(OH).C 2 H 4 .CH 2 (OH) 


TJ 


230 
200 


Liquid 
Liquid 


Henry 
Burcker 


C. R., 96, 1233 
C.R.,94, 220; B., 


44, 803 
42, 730 


Diethoxybenzene 


C 6 H 4 (OEt) 2 =1.3 


H 


250 


Liquid 


Barth and Seuhof er 


15, 731 
A., 164, 109 


vii., 434 ; 25, 
















1016 


V 


11 ii 


IT 


2S5-S36 


Liquid 


Barth 


B., 11, 1569 




1* .... 


= 1.4 


,, 




72 


.... 


N. H. C., 2, 560 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



225 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diethoxybenzene 


C 6 H 4 (OEt) 2 =1.4 


Ci H 14 2 




124 




A., 215, 145 




Methoxypropoxybenzene .... 


C 8 H 4 .OMe.OPr=1.2 





240-245 


Liquid 


Cahours 


C. E., 84, 1195 


32, 478 


Tolylene glycol monethylate 


(CH 2 OEt)(CH 2 OH)=1.4 





250-252 


.... 


Grimaux 


C. R, 73, 1383 


25, 136 


I! >! 


)) 


j 


252 


Liquid 





A. C. [4], 26, 331 


25, 817 


Isocuminic aldehyde.... 


C 10 H 12 0+H 2 


M 




80 


Etard 


C. R, 87, 989 


36, 321 




Pr.OMe.OH=? 1.2 




240-241 


Liquid 


Pastrovich 


M. C., 4, 188 


44, 1005 


Trimethylorcin 


Me 2 .(OMe) 2 = ? 1.3.5 


i, 
) 


250 


Liquid 


Luynes and Lionet 


C. R, 65, 213 


vi., 885 




Me.Pr.(OH) 2 =1.4.5.6 







139 


Andresen 


J. p. [2], 23, 178 


40, 591 












139-140 


Kekul4 & Fleischer 


B., 6, 1090 


27, 66 




11 1) 
/ 





290 


139-5 


Carstan j en 


J p [21 3 50 


24, 351 


,, .... .... .... 


11 1 




i 




145 


Lallemand 


r L J> I v 

A., 101, 121 ;102, 


M 














121 




Angelic anhydride .... 


(C 6 H 7 0) 2 


C 10 H 14 8 


240-250 


1. f. m. 


Chiozza 


A. C. [3], 39, 210 


i., 293 


Ethylic diallyl oxalate 


(C 3 H 5 ) 2 .C(OH).COOEt 


11 


207-209 


Liquid 


Patern6 and Spica 


B., 9, 344 




Diethylpyrogallol 


C 6 H 3 .OH.(OEt) 3 


)} 


262 


1. -10 


Benedikt 


B., 9, 126 


29, 916 





1J 


11 




79 


Hofmann 


B., 11, 799 


34, 870 


Methyl propylpyrogallol 


C 6 H 2 Pr.(OH) 2 .OMe 


HI 


290 c. 


Liquid 


Pastrovich 


M. C., 4, 182 


44, 1005 


(picamar) 
















Camphoric anhydride 


C 8 H 14 .CO.O.CO 


Ji 




213-215 


Montgolfier 


A. C. [5], 14, 86 


34, 898 





11 


11 




216-217 


Anschiitz 


B., 10, 1881 


34, 136 











a. 270 


217 


Malaguti 


A. C. [2], 64, 160 


i., 731 


)> 





jj 




217 


Wreden 


A., 163, 323 


25, 896 


11 i) 


)1 


H 




217 


Maissen 


G. I., 10, 280 


38, 893 





CH... CH 2 .CH.CO . 

1 ' 1 H) 


11 


.... 


223 


Armstrong & Tilden 


B., 12, 1756 


35, 757 




CHMe.CH2.CMe.CO/ 














Pyrocamphretic acid.... 


.... 


C 10 H 14 4 


206-210 


b. 0. 


Schwanert 


A., 128, 77 


iv., 757 


? 


.... 


)> 


.... 


129 


Ballo 


B., 14, 337 


40, 415 


Hydroxy camphoric anhydride 


C 8 H 13 (OH).CO.O.CO 


H 


.... 


201 


Wreden 


Z. C. [2], 7, 97 


24, 549 


* 





)) 





201 





A., 163, 333 


25, 896 


) 





n 


.... 


201 


Kachler 


Z. C., 72, 264 


vii., 236 


Diacetyl mannitol anhydride 


C 6 H 8 4 (OAc) 2 


C 10 H U O 8 


197-198(28) 


Liquid 


Fauconnier 


C.E.,95, 991 ;B., 


44, 306 














15, 3086 




Dimethylic diacetyldextrotar- 


COOMe.(CH.OAc) 2 .COOMe 





.... 


103 


Anschiitz 


B., 14, 2790 


42, 831 


tarate 



















11 


M 


.... 


103 


Pictet 


B., 2243 




Diethylic acetylene tetracar- 


COOEt.(CH.COOH) 2 COOEt. 





.... 


132-133 d. 


Guthzeit 


A., 214, 72 


44,46 


boxylate 






.... 










Oxidation product from oil of 


C 8 H 13 .CO.Me 


C 10 H I8 


185-186 


1. 37 


Grosser 


B., 14, 2504 


42, 525 


fruitof Coriandum sativum 
















Methylic camphoronate 


.... 


) 


225-230 


.... 




A., 123, 311 




Camphor (from rosemary) .... 


.... 





204 


176 


Bruylants 


J. P. [4], 29, 508 


36, 726 






)) 


204 


s. 175 


Landolt 


B., 9, 915 


30, 373 






.... 


) 


.... 


174 


Sigiura and Muir 




33, 295 




(ordinary) 


.... 


11 


204 


175 


Biot 


G. J. C., 1852 


i., 727 


,, 




)) 


205 




Lallemann 


G. J. C., 1860 




(from salviol) 


.... 


1 


.... 


174 


Muir 


.... 


37, 684 


(from sage) 


.... 


11 


205 u.c. 


174 u.c. 


j 




37, 685 


(inactive) .... 


.... 





.... 


172-173 


Armstrong & Tilden 


.... 


35, 752 




.... 


1 


*.. 


162 


Oppenheim 


B., 5, 631 


35,1010;vii.,233 




(from Buch u leaves) 


.... 







85 


Fliickiger 


P.J.T. [3],iv.,689 


27, 494 


(from cubebs) 




) 


150 


68 


Blanchet and Sell 


A., 6, 294 


ii., 172 


(inula) 


.... 


,, (?) 


.... 


64 


Kallen 


B., 6, 1506 


27, 353 


(rose) 


Hydrocarbon (C 2 H 4 ) n (?) 


,. (?) 


280-300 


35 


.... 


.... 


v., 115 





.... 





.... 


33 


Baur 


D. P., 204, 253 


25,937 




.... 


) 


187-1!)3 


1. -17 


Wreden 


B., 11, 989 


36, 69 








)) 


225-250 




Mylius 


B., 6, 1053 


27, 80 








)^ 


205 


.... 


Bruhl 


B., 9, 1375 


31, 165 






Vapour tension tables 




v Purt iii 










Laevocamphor 






n 




175 




B. S.,24,19; A.C. 
















[5], 14, 29 


o _ 



2 a 



226 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Laevocamphor 


.... 


C 10 H 16 


200-220 




.... 




1., 729 


Anisic camphor (anethol te- 


.... 





190-193 


Liquid 


Landolph 


C. E., 81, 97 ; B., 


29, 246 ; 38, 


trahydride) 












13, 145 


835 


Xanthoxylin .. . .... .*. 


See C.JL.O. 






80 


Stenhouse 


P. J. T. 


v., 1054 


Ericinol 


10 12 4 


?J 


240-242 




Frohde 


J. F. P., 82, 186 


ii., 500 


Methyl camphrene 


C 9 H 13 MeO 


JJ 
)> 


225-230 


Liquid 


Schwanert 


A., 123, 298 


iii.,1003;vl.,390 


Myristicol .... .... 


See C ln H,.O 




265-285 




Gladstone 




26, 972 




wv ^s 10-""^ 14 v 


J> 


220 






25, 11 


vii., 833 






Tt 


212-218 








26, 972 






>J 


212-218 




Wright 


26, 550 


vii., 833 




.... 


JJ 



212-218 




M 


B., 6, 147 


26, 687 




Absinthol (from oil of worm- 


...* 


JJ 


217 


.... 


Gladstone 




25, 8 


wood) 



















.... 


J 


204 




Leblanc 


Gm., 7 


27, 324 


.... .... 


.... 


11 


200-201 c. 


.... 


Wright 













200-205 








27 1 


> .... .... ... 





JJ 


195 


.... 


JJ 

Beilstein & Kupffei 


B., 6, 1183 


*" * 
27, 153 


Anethenol 


C 10 H 16 .OH 





213-5-214-5 


Liquid 


Kobig 


A., 195, 104 


36, 455 


Inulol .... 






200 


Liquid 


Kallen 


B. 9 154 


29 917 


Alban .... 


.... 


)> 
J 




140 




J. [1852], 644 


*'*') & i t 




Hartin ... ... 


See (C 10 H 17 0) n 


)? 




230 d. 




B. J., 24, 588 






Eucalyptol .... 


.... 





216-218 


Liquid 


Faust and Homeyer 


B., 7, 1430 






.... 


)) 


175 


.... 




A., 154, 372 






Citronellol (Penang) 


.... 


n 


200 




Gladstone 




26,8 


(Ceylon) 




j 


200 




)> 







Ursone 


(Ca.H.A) ? 


(?) 




190-200 


.... 


Z. C. [1866], 382 


v., 970 




Tanacetyl hydride (tansol) ... 


.... 


j> 


195-196 




Bruylants 


B.,11,451; J.Ph 


34, 158 














[4], 26, 393 




Poley oil 


.*> 


i> 


182-185 




.... 


Handw. d. Chem. 


iv., 685 
















6,615 




Xyloretin 


.... 





.... 


165 




.... 


v., 1061 




From oil of wormwood 


.... 





200-201 c. 




Wright 


.... 


27, 318 


i i 


.... 





200-205 




Leblanc 


A., 56, 357 




citronella 




j) 


199-205 




Gladstone 


10,7 


27, 319 


Aldehyde, from oil of tansy 


.... 


u 


195 


Liquid 


Bruylants 


B., 11, 449 


34, 512 


Oil from styrax 


C 10 H 18 0? 


j 


170-180 


s. 10 


Van t'Hoff 


B. S. [2], 25, 175 


31, 478 


Oil of mentha pulegium 




)) 


182-185 


.... 


>..! 


A., 32, 286 




Oil of pulegium micranthum 


.... 


) 


227 




Butlerow 


J., 7, 595 




Blue chamoinile oil 


.... 





150-168 




Kachler 


B., 4, 37 


24, 259 ; vii., 
















278 


J, .... 


.... 


( ). 


281-289 




j 


B., 4, 36 


24, 260 ; vii., 
















278 


i) 


.... 


> 


270-300 







)j 


vii., 278 


Blue galbanum oil 


.... 





289-290 




Mb'ssner 


A., 119, 263 


24, 260; ii., 758; 
















vii., 278 


> J) ) ." .... 


.... 


5) 


281 




Kachler 


B., 4, 39 




From oil of wormwood 


.... 


(C 10 H 16 O n ) 2 


270-300 




.... 


A., 170, 292 




Ethylic diallylacetate 


(CH S : CH.CH 2 ) 2 .CH.COOEt 


^10^16^2 


195 


Liquid 


Eeboul 


C. E., 84, 1233 ; 


32, 594 














B. S., 29, 228 




Diallylmethylcarbinol acetate 


(CH 2 :CH.CH 2 ) 2 Me.COAc 





177-3c. 




Sorokin 


A., 185, 171 


32, 299 


Hydroxycamphor .... 


C 10 H 16 0(OH) 


n 


.... 


248-249 


Schrotter 


M. C., 2, 228 


42,66 


5, .... 





) 


258-260 




Kachler and Spitzer 


M. C., 3, 217 


42, 865 


5) 





5J 


258-260 




> 


B., 15, 2336 


44, 215 


j) 


> 


JJ 


265 (753-5) 




)> 


M. C., 4, 643 


44, 1008 


,i 





) 


.... 


154-155 


Schiff 


B., 13, 1404 


38, 892 





) 


)> 


.... 


137 


Wheeler 


A., 146, 83 ; S. J. 


vi., 387 














[2], 45, 48 







)J 


)> 


.... 


59-61 




A., 200, 358 




Ethylic acetisobutylidene 


C 6 H 8 (C 4 H 9 )0, 


C 10 H 16 3 


219-222 


Liquid 


Claisen & Matthews 


A., 218, 170 


46, 443 


acetate 
















" )! 


.... 


?i 


219-222 


Liquid 


Matthews 


.... 


43, 201 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THEEE ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Wa Its' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Ethylic diallyloxalate 


(CH 2 :CH.CH 2 ) 2 .C(OH). 


C 10 H 16 3 


^3-6 


Liquid 


Saytzeff 


B. S. [2], 26, 454 


31, 455 ; 32, 




COOEt 










A., 185, 183 


882 


!1 J, 


)) 





210 







B., 9, 33 


29, 697 


> 


J) 


) 


207-209 


.... 


Paterno and Spica 


G. I., 6, 38 


31,60 


Diethylic allylmalonate 


(CH 2 : CH.CH 2 ).CH(COOEt) 2 


Ci H 16 4 


220 


.... 


Conrad and Bischof 


B., 13, 597 


38, 628 


11 ,, 


)I 





219-221 


.... 


.... 


A., 204, 168 




>i , 








222-223 c.; 




Perkin 


.... 


46,538 








193-5-1 94-5 c. 
















(330) 










tetramethylenedi- 


CH^CH^qCOOEt)., 





224 


Liquid 


D 


B., 16, 1787 


44, 1084 


carboxylate 
















tetrylenedicarboxy- 


C 4 H 6 .(COOEt) 2 





230 


.... 




A., 208, 338 




late 
















dimethylfumarate 


COOEtCMe. : CMe.COOEt 


> 


235-240 


.... 


Roser 


B., 15, 1319 




terpenylate 


c'd 6 .(OH) 2 .Me.COOH 


i> 


abt. 300 


36-38 


Hempel 


A., 180, 84 ;B., 8, 


29, 922; 28, 














357 


763 


Camphoric acid 


C 8 H 14 (COOH) 2 





.... 


60 


.... 




vii., 235 


u ,1 


ji 







70 


.... 


.... 


i., 731 


Mesocamphoric acid (inactive) 


.... 


51 




113 


Wreden 


Z. C. [2], 7, 419 ; 


25, 146 ; 25, 














A., 163, 327 


895 


,, .... 









120 


Kachler 


A., 191, 146 


34,513 


Camphoric acid 


.... 





.... 


174-176 


Meyer 


B., 3, 117 


vii., 235 


j) 


CIL,.CMe.COOH 


> 




175-178 


Ballo 


B., 14, 338 


40, 416 




CH 2 .CPr.COOH 














,, ,, 


)> 







176 





)> 





? )> "- >" 


.... 





.... 


175-178 


Fittig and Tollens 


A., 129, 273 




? 




jj 




180-7 


Kachler 


G. J. C., 1879 




11 ,, .... 


.... 


i) 


.... 


177-178 


Schroeder 


-1880 




)i j, 


(CH 2 ) 2 .CH.C 2 H 4 .COOH 







186 


Muir 


.... 


37, 688 




(CH 2 ) 2 .CH(COOH) 














,, ji ... .... 





n 




187 


Eiban 


C. B., 76, 1547 


35, 757 


n )i .... ..* 










187 





C. R, 80, 1381 


28, 1192 


>1 


.... 


j> 


.... 


197 





C. K., 76, 1547 


35, 757 


(Lsevorotary) 


.... 


> 




197-198 


yj 


C. R, 80, 1381 


28, 1192 


ji 


CH 2 .CH 2 .CH.COOH 







202-203 


Armstrong and 


B., 12, 1756 


35, 757 




1 \ 








TSlrleoi 








CHMe.CH 2 .CMe.COOH 








XllLLcll 






Cholecamphoric acid 


.... 


n 




n.f. 270 d. 


Latschinoff 


B., 12, 1519 


38, 56 


Diethylic acetosuccinate 


COOEt.CHAc.CHj.COOEt 


c io H iA 


239-240 c. 




Perkin 


... 


45, 517 








(330) 










11 





> 


254-256 


Liquid 


Conrad 


A., 188, 219 


34, 137 


i) .... 


)1 


I* 


260-263 


.... 


> 


B. 


29, 368 


Triethylic fonnyltricarboxy- 


CH(COOEt) 3 


C 10 H 16 6 


254-260 


Liquid 





B., 12, 1236 


36, 918 


late 
















" ii 





11 


250-255 


.... 


D 


B., 12, 752 







J) 


J 


200 (140) 


29 





B., 14, 618 




>i 





)> 


S5S 


S9 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


A., 214, 31 


44, 45 


i 


I) 


n 


257 (760) ; 


.... 


Bischoff 


B., 15, 1109 


42, 1188 








144 (90) 










Diethylicacetomalate 


COOEt. CH(OAc).CH 2 . 





258=265-7 


Liquid 


Wislicenus 


A., 129, 183 


vi., 799 




COOEt 




c. (729) 













! 





258 


..* 


Anschiitz 


B., 14, 2790 


42,831 


Butenylglyceroltriacetin 


.... 


) 


153-1 55 u.c. 


Liquid 


? 


M. C., 1, 835 










(27) ; 261-8 
















(740-2) 










Glycidic acetate 


Polymer 


j> 


258-261 


.... 




J. p. [2], 20, 191 




Diacetyl glucose 


C 6 H 10 (OAc). ! 4 


C 10 H 16 8 


.... 


b. 100 


Schutzenberger 


C. R, 68, 264 


vi., 1045 


Atraric acid 


.... 





.... 


140-141 


Patern6 


G. I. [1882], 231 ; 


















B., 15, 2242 




Hartin 


See C 10 H 16 O 


(C 10 H I7 0) n 


260 


210 


Schrotter 


P. A., 54, 45 


iii., 14 


















2 u 2 



228 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diallylpropylcarbinol 


(CH 2 1 CH.CH 2 ) a .Pr.COH 


C 10 H 18 


194 


.... 


.... 


A., 193,362; J. 
















[2], 26, 111 




Diallylisopropylcarbinol 


(CH 2 : CH.CH 2 ) 2 .Pr0.COH 





182-185 


Liquid 


Riobinine&Saytze 


B. S. [2], 31, 19 


36, 613 


Divalerylene hydrate 


2C 6 H 8 .H 2 O 


JJ 


175-177 


Liquid 


Reboul 


C. R., 64, 419 


vi., 1124 


Anhydride of valeric alde- 


.... 


JJ 


190 


.... 


Ribeau 


B. S., 13, 24 


vi., 1123; 26, 


hyd 












C. R., 75, 98 


810 


>! 11 11 


.... 


JJ 


195 


Liquid 


Borodin 


B., 5, 481 


vii., 37, 1196; 
















26,58 


11 11 11 


.... 


JJ 


195 


.... 


Pott 


B. S., 18, 244 




Anethol hexhydride 


.... 


JJ 


198 


18-19 


Landolph 


B.,13, 146 ;C. R 


29, 705 ; 38, 














82, 226 


385 


Cajeputol 


From oil of melaleuca erici 





173 


.... 


Gladstone 


.... 


25, 9 




folia 














.... .... .. 


From oil of melaleuca linari- 


JJ 


173 


.... 




.... 


^ 




folia 














.... .... 


From oil of eucalyptus 


JJ 


171-176 


.... 


11 


.... 


JJ 




oleoza 














11 


From oil of cajeputol 


JJ 


174 


.... 


11 


.... 


)J 


11 


.... 


JJ 


175-178 


.... 


Schmidl 


14,63 


27, 319 


11 " 


.... 


JJ 


176-179 




Wright 


B., 7, 598 


27, 619 


Cajeputene hydrate 


C 10 H 18 .HjO 





175 


Liquid 


Schmidl 


14,63 


i., 712 


Salviol 


.... 





abt. 200 


.... 


Muir 


.... 


37, 679 






.... 


)1 


200-201 


.... 





.... 


37, 685 


" 


Menthone 


.... 


JJ 


204-205 


Liquid 


Moriya 




37,77 







.... 





206-3 c. 


Liquid 


Atkinson & Yoshida 


.... 


41, 51 


Terebenthene hydrate 


.... 


JJ 


210-214 


Liquid 


R6nard 


C. R., 90, 531 


38, 479 


Terpene hydrate ( ) 


From French turpentine 


JJ 


217-7-220-7 


.... 


Flawitzsky 


B., 12, 2355 


38, 403 








(766-3) 










11 i) 


C 10 H 16 .H 2 O 


JJ 


200-220 


.... 


Deville 


A., 71, 348 


v., 923 


Terpinol 


.... 





205-215 


.... 


Tilden 


B., 12, 848 


33, 248 




.... 





205-215 




11 


B., 12, 1132 


35,287 




Geraniol 


.... 





232-233 


. -15 


Jacobsen 


A., 157, 234 ; J. 


24, 261 ; vii., 
















[1879], 941 


552 


Borneol (+) 


.... 


JJ 


212 


197-5-198 


Kachler 


A., 197, 86 


36, 1039 




i) ( + ) 


.... 





212 


197-5 


Pelouze 


A., 37, 


i., 626 


(-) 


.... 





210 


35 




A., 101, 95; 105, 67 






( ) 


.... 


>? 


220 






A, C. [5], 14, 21 






Camphol (inactive) 


.... 





209-210 


198-199 


Armstrong & Tilden 


B., 12, 1755 


35, 752 


11 


i'rom sage camphor 





.... 


99-200 


Vluir 




37, 686 


Ngai borneol .... 


.... 


fj 




98 


Haller 


C. R., 98, 578 


46, 755 




camphor 


.... 







204 


'lowman 


P.J.T.[3],iv.,712 


27, 582 


Oil from styrax 


Or C 10 H,,0 





70-180 


.10 


Vant'Hoff 


B. S. [2], 25, 175 


31, 478 


Ketone (?) 


.... 


JJ 


89-191 
89-191 


jiquid 
jiquid 


J awlaw 


A., 187, 134 
B. S. [2], 27, 263 


32, 733 
32, 311 


Butyrylchloride on zinc mc- 
thide 


? 


.... 


JJ 


90 




Kekulg 


A., 162, 77 


vii., 1196 


(Propylmethyl ketone) 2 H 2 O 


.... 




90-192 




Pawloff 


B., 8, 767 


29, 895 


From oil of osmitopsis asteris- 
coides 


.... 


JJ 


78-188 




Gorup-Besanez 


J., 7, 596 




From essence of lemon 
From oil of citronella 


.... 


" 


. 200 
10-225 




Tilden 
Wright 


P. J. T. [3], 9, 654 


36, 386 
7, 318 


coriander 


.... 


JJ 


50 




Cawalier 


J., 5, 624 




valerian 
From likari Canadi 


.... 


JJ 


05-215 
98 (755) 




Jruylants 


B., 11, 454 
C. R., 92, 998 ; 
















94, 733 




wonnseed oil 


.... 


JJ 


73-174 




Kraut & Erdmann 


A., 87, 312 




11 > 11 ... 


.... 


.i 


72-174 


.... 


Kraut &Wahlfross 


A., 89, 358 




" " " 


.... 


11 


74-175 


.... 


Graebe 


B., 5, 680 




11 11 11 ... 
From oil of hops 


.... 


" 


73-174 
10 




r aust and Homeyer 


B., 7, 1427 
J. [1853], 516; 
















[1854], 654 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THKEE ELEMENTS. 



229 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Beference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Alcohol from oil of tansy ... 


.... 


C 10 H 18 


203-205 




Bruylants 


B., 11, 452 


34, 512 


) >i 


.... 


)1 


205-210 


.... 





J. Ph. [4], 26, 393 


34, 158 


From menthol 







204-205 


.... 


? 


? 




reduction of valeral ... 


(C 10 H 18 0) 


)) 


250-290 


Liquid 


Borodin 


Z. C. P. [1864], 35 


v., 973 


Isoamylic angelate 


.... 


C 10 H 18 2 


200-201 


.... 




A., 195, 100 




tiglate 




J) 


204-205 




.... 


A., 195, 101 




Allylacetone pinacone 


(C(OH)Me.C 3 H 5 ) 2 


> 


254-262 


Liquid 


Kablukoff 


B., 13, 1843 


40, 146 




Pr0.CH 2 .CO.CO.CH 2 .PrP 




270-280 pd. 


Liquid 


Bruhl 


B., 12, 319 


36, 520 






>> 


210-220 
















(80-100) 










Decacrylic acid 


.... 





.... 


86 


.... 


Z. C. [1868], 383 




Amenylvaleric acid .... 


C 4 H 8 (C 5 H 9 ).COOH 


1) 


241-5 c. 


.... 


Borodin 


J. [1870], 680 




)> !' 








235-245 


.... 


Hell and Schoop 


B., 12, 193 




,, 


J 


)> 


268-270 


Liquid 


Geuther, Frohlich, 


A., 202, 288 


38, 623 












and Looss 












abt. 250 


Liquid 


Hirzel 


J., 1854 or 1855 


v., 1048 


Campholic acid 


.... 


> 




250 


80 


Delalande 


A. C. [3], 1, 120 


1., 726 


.... ... 




)) 




95 


Kachler 


A., 162, 259 ; B. 


vii., 232 ; 














5, 166 


25, 496 





.... 


) 


.... 


98 


Montgolfier 


A, C. [5], 14, 99 


34, 900 





.... 


JJ 


253-255 u. c 


105-106 


n 








From amylaldehyde.... 




) 


187-191 




Goss and Hell 


B., 8, 372 




Ethylic diethylacetoaceticacid 


CEtfAc-COOEt 


Ci Hi 3 O 3 


200-215 




Geuther 


J.Z.,6; J.p.[2], 


vii., 488 ; 














3, 431 


24, 817 


>i 





M 


210-212 




Frankland & Duppa 


J., 18, 306 




)! >' 


) 


)> 


208-211 


.... 


Wislicenus 


B., 7, 686 


27, 884 


) >' 


j> 





218 


.... 





A., 186, 191 


32, 433 


isobutylacetoacetate 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CHAc.COOEt 


> 


217-218 


Liquid 


Eohn 


A., 190, 306 


34,486 


!> ' 


J) 





200-210 


.... 


Mixter 


B., 7, 501 




Methylic hydroxyethenyl- 


CH 2 :C(OH).CH(C 5 H U ). 





250 




Pcetsch 


A., 218, 56 


44, 730 


amylacetate 


COOMe 














Oxoctenolacetic ether 


.... 





200-202 




.... 


J. R. [1882], 199 




Valeric anhydride 


(C 5 H 9 0) 2 


11 


215 




Chiozza 


A., 84, 107 


v., 979 


Trimethacetic anhydride .... 


(CMe 3 .CO) 2 


i) 


190 


.... 


Butlerow 


B., 7, 728 


27, 1084 













1. 20 


) 


A., 173, 374 


28, 250 


1 


.... 


) 


210-212 


Liquid 


Wanklyn 


unpublished 


vi., 17 


Hexylene diacetate 


CH 2 OAc.(CH 2 ) 4 .CH 2 OAc 


CiyH 18 O 4 


207 








vi., 94 








> 


215-220 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A. C. [4], 3, 180 


vi., 699 


Diallyl diacetate .... ^rm 


CH 2 OAc.(CHMe) 2 .CH,,.OAc. 


n 


225-230 


Liquid 





A. C. [4], 3, 162 


vi., 94 


Ethylene dibutyrate 


C 2 H 4 (O.C 4 H 7 0) 3 





239-241 


Liquid 





A. C. [3], 55, 433 


i., 696 


Ethylic butyroxybutyrate .... 


.... 





215 






A., 142, 373 




Diisobutylic oxalate 


Pr0CH 2 .CO.CO.CH 2 Pr0 


5 


224-226 




Cahours 


B. 8., 21, 358 ; 


27, 349 














C. E., 77, 1403 




Diisopropylic succinate 


COOPrP. (CH 2 ) 2 .COOPri3 


1 


228 (761) 


Liquid 


Silva 


C.R., 69,416; A., 


vi., 966 














154, 255 




Diethylic ethylmethylmalo- 


CMeEt(COOEt) 2 


n 


207-208 




Conrad and Bischoff 


B., 13, 596 ; A., 


38, 627 


nate 












204, 146 




Diethylic propylmalonate .... 


CHPr(COOEt) 2 


51 


221-224 u.c.; 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 514 








193-5-194-5 c. 
















(330) 










isopropylmalonate 


CHPr/3(COOEt), 


TJ 


216-5-217-5 


.... 





.... 











u. c. (760) ; 
















188-188-5 c. 
















(330) 










M >1 


)) 


)> 


213-214 


Liquid 


Conrad and Bischoff 


B., 13, 596 ; A., 


38, 627 














204, 146 




etbylsuccinate 


COOH.CHEt.CH2.OOOH 


)J 


222-225 




Huggenberg 


A., 192, 151 


34, 782 


dimethylsuccinate 


COOEt.C 2 H 2 Me s .COOEt 


1) 


230-235 






M. C., 2, 546 




adipate 


C 4 H 8 (COOEt) 2 


1 


a. 230 


Liquid 


Malaguti 


A., 56, 306 


., 58 





1) 


) 


$J>6 


.... 


Arppe 


Z. C. [1865], 302; 


vi., 58 














J. [1864], 377 





230 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dimethylic suberate 


C,H 12 (COOMe) 2 


Ci H 18 O 4 


260 


.... 


Laurent 


A. C. [2], 66, 162 




Ethylic oxytetrolate 


C 4 H 3 0(OEt) 3 





225 


Liquid 


Dernarc.ay 


B. S. [2], 33, 575 


40, 255 


homoitaconate 


C 4 H 8 (COOEt) 3 


) 


230 


Liquid 


Markownikoff and 


A., 208, 333 


40, 1127 




S 








Krestownikoff 






Heptylmalonic acid 


C 7 H 15 .CH.(COOH) 2 


>j 




97-98 


Ve liable 


B., 13, 1651 


40,82 


Sebacic acid (ipomoeie) 


COOH.(CH 2 ) 8 .COOH 


j 




104 


Mayer 


A., 83, 143 


iii.,314; v., 214 


) 


55 


ji 




127 


Carlet 


J., 6, 429 


v., 213 










127 


Mayer 


A., 83, 143 


27, 729 










126-127 ; 


Neison and Bayne 




27, 730 










127-128 








Acid .... 








184-194 




A., 195, 122 




Diethylic ethoxysuccinate ... 


COOEt.CHOEt.CH 2 .COOEt 


C 10 H 18 5 


a. 225 p. d. 




Purdie 




39, 348 








(760); 195-200 
















(250) 











11 j* 


5 J5 


)) 


128-131 (15) 




Andreoni 


B., 13, 1394 




dilactate 







235 


.... 


.... 


A. C. [3], 63, 112 




Triethylic ethoxyacetyl- 


CH 2 (OEt).CO.CH(OEt). 





abt. 245 




Conrad 


B., 11, 59 


34,403 


ethoxyacetate 


COOEt 














? 







251 




.... 


Z. C. [1867], 708 




Triethylene diacetate 


(O.C 2 H 4 .OAc) 2 


C 10 H 18 O 6 


290 


.... 


.... 




ii., 568 


) 


M 





abt. 300 




Wurtz 


J., 16, 489; A.C. 
















[3], 69, 336 




Dipropylic dextrotartrate .... 


COOPr*. (CH-OH^COOPr- 


ji 


181 (23); 


Liquid 


Anschiitz and 


B., 13, 1177 


38, 876 








303 (760) 




Pictet 






Diisopropylic dextrotartrate 


COOPr^CHOH^COOPrP 


n 


275 (760) ; 


Liquid 


Anschiitz 


B., 14, 2790 ; 15, 


42, 831 








165 (23) 






2242 




Aniaoic acid 








abt. 120 


Linir)richt & Eitter 


AQ7 ^K4 


i ^O4 















., 7 ( , OU^ 


A , Ou-i 


Diethylic mucate 


C 4 H 8 4 (COOEt) 2 


Ci H 13 O 8 




150 


Malaguti 


A. C. [2], 63, 86 


lii-, 1059 


11 51 


?) 





.... 


158 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 254 


vii., 827 ; 26, 
















622 


Diethylic isosaccharate 


C 6 H 8 6 (OEt) 2 


j) 




73 


Tiemann 


B., 17, 249 


46, 725 


Diacetodulcite 


C 6 H 8 (OH) 4 (OAc) 2 


M 




176 


Bouchardat 


A. C. [4], 27, 147 


vii., 441 ; 25, 














C. R, 74, 665 


400 


Isocaprinic aldehyde 


.... 


^ioH 20 


169 c. 






J. [1870], 680 




Octylmethylketone 


Me.CO(CH 2 .) 7 Me 





214-215 


s. f. m. 


Jourdan 


A., 200, 106 


38, 314 


, .... 


>5 


j) 


211 (760); 


3-5 


Krafft 


B., 15, 1695 


42, 1271 








142 (100) 










.... .... 


Me.CO.CH 2 .CHMe(C 6 H 11 ) 


H 


196-198 




Venable 


B., 13, 1651 




Isopropylhexyllcetone 


Pr0.CO.C 6 H I3 


? 


200-210 






J. E., 7, 334 




Dipropylallylcarbinol 
Diisopropylallylcarbinol 


(CH 2 :CH.CH 2 ).Pr,,COH 
(CH 2 :CH.CH 2 ).PrP 2 .COH 


)i 
55 


192 (769) 
169-171 


.... 


A. and P. Saytzeff 


B., 11, 1939 
J. p. [2], 23, 22 


36, 136 


Diamylene oxide 


.... 


51 


170-180 




Bauer 


E. C. p. [1863], 3 


vi., 122 





Prf.(CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.CH : CH 2 


)5 


180-190 




Schneider 


A., 157, 185 


vii., 64 


Menthol (menthylic alcohol, 


C 10 H 19 .OH 


}! 


225 




Gladstone 




25, 9 


peppermint camphor) 
















" n 


51 


) 


225 









5) 


" V 


J5 


1 




25 


Dumas 


A,, 6, 252 


iii., 880 


>' 11 


n 





.... 


27 


Blanchet and Sell 


A., 6, 293 


V 


" )> 


it 


) 




34 


Walter 


A., 32, 288 


11 


11 


n 


M 


.... 


36-5 


Gmeliii 


Handbuch,ii.,408 


11 


>! 





n 


210 


36 


Oppenheim 


A., 120, 351 


iii., 880; 15, 
















24 


)' 





jt 


210-212 


37-2-39 


Moriya 




39,77 


I) 


55 


) 




39 


Moss 




29, 1 


" 11 


j 


51 


212 c. 


42 


Beckett and Wright 


.... 


)> 


11 


j 


Jl 


Site. 


J&-2 


Atkinson & Yoshida 




41,49 


" 11 


(artificial) 


) 




42-2 


55 55 




41, 51 


? 


Ketone ? 


)) 


190-195 






J. E., 9, 75; 10, 
















229 




Octylic acetate 


C 8 H 17 .OAc 


C, H 20 O 2 


163-180 




De Clermont 


J., 21, 449 ; Z.C. 
















[1868], 492 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



231 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Fornoula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Octylic acetate 


Me.CH(OAc).C 6 H 13 


CioH 20 O 2 


abt. 176 


Liquid 


De Clermont 


C. R, 66, 1211 


vi., 880 





C 8 H 17 .OAc 


i) 


190 


Liquid 


Bouis 


C. R., 38, 937 


i., 24 


,, 


|J 





191-192 




Dachauer 


J., 11, 305 




,, 


Me.CH(OAc).C 6 H,., 





193 




Bouis 


J., 8, 526 


vi., 880 


>i 


C 8 H 17 .OAc 


ti 


190-195 




Pelouze and Cahours 


J., 16, 529 







Et.CH(OAc).C 5 H n 


;j 


198-202 




Schorlemmer 


A., 152, 152 


vi., 879 


j ,, 


Me.CH(OAc).(CH 2 ) 3 Pr/3 





200-205 


Liquid 


11 


J., 22, 368 


)J 





C 7 H 15 .CH 2 .OAc 


)j 


200-212 


Liquid 


Zincke 


A., 152, 2 


vi., 697 


,, 


CHMe 2 .(CH 2 ) 4 .CH 2 .OAc 


i 


206-308 


.... 


11 


11 


vi., 878 





CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 6 .CH 2 .OAc 


H 


211 -25-212 c. 




Perkin 




45, 496 








(250) 










Hexylic butyrate 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .COOC 6 H 13 


)) 


201-206 


.... 


.... 


A., 163, 198 




Amylic valerate 


C^Hg.COOCjHjj 


) 


182-184 




.... 


C. R., 94, 1652 










Jl 


187-188 


Liquid 


Kopp 


A., 96 


v., 980 


,, 


CH 3 . (CH 2 ) 3 .COO. (CH 2 ) 4 .CH 3 


) 


190 


Liquid 


Pierre and Puchot 


J. Ph. [4], 13, 369 


24, 902 


Isoamylic 


Prf.C H 2 .COO(CH 2 ) 3 Pr,3 


) 


190 


.... 


i> u 


C.R., 76, 1332 


26, 1017 ; vii., 
















62 


(inactive) .... 


5J 


)) 


190-3 (748) 




Balbiano 


G. I., 6, 229 


31, 293 





C 4 H 9 .COOC 5 H n 


) 


196 





Balard 


A., 52, 311 


v., 980 


Isopropylic isoheptylate 


CH 3 . (CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.COOPr0 




177 




Hecht 


A., 209, 325 


42, 41 


Propylic ,, 


CH 3 (CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.COOPr a 





191-192 




11 


A., 209, 324 


i) 








(754-5) 










Ethylic caprylate 


C 7 H 15 .COOEt 


11 


214 


Liquid 


Fehling 


A.. 53, 405 


i., 747 


j) )> " 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 6 .COOEt 


11 


206-208 


a. 47 or 47 ? 


Cahours & Demargay 


C. R, 89, 331 


36, 1037 


,, .... .... 


1> 


1> 


204-206 




Zincke 


A., 152, 12 ; J., 
















22, 373 




,, .... .... 


)1 


11 


207-208 


Liquid 


Eenesse 


A, 171, 381 


27, 1155 








(763-2) 










.... 


)J 


) 


207-208 


Liquid 


11 


)) 


11 








(753-1) 










.... 


C 6 H 13 .CH 2 .COOEt 


11 


196 


.... 


Lundahl 


B., 16, 789 




> 


CHPr 2 .COOEt 


11 


183 


Liquid 


Burton 


A. C. J., 3, 385 


42, 600 





CHMe.,(CH 2 ) 2 .CHMe.COOEt 


11 


175 


.... 


Carleton- Williams 




38, 129 


Methylic nonylate 


CH,.(CH 2 )-.COOMe ; or 


11 


213-214 c. 


Liquid 


Fi-anchimont and 


B., 5,20; A., 164, 


vii., 898; 25, 




CHMe 2 (CH 2 ) 5 .<JOOMe 




(756-8) 




Zinck6 


338 


301 


Capric acid 


C 4 H 8 (C s H n ).COOH 


11 


241-5 


1.-37 


Borodin 


Z. C., 6, 416 


vii., 250 


.... .... 


tertiary 


11 


250-253 


.... 


Menschutkin 


A. C. [5], 23, 14 


40, 886 


> 


.... 


11 




27-46 


Reichardt 


A. P. [3], 10, 339 


32, 518 


,, 


.... 


1? 




s. 30 


11 


11 


11 


j, 


iso- 


11 


268-270 p.d. 


30 


Grimm 


A., 157, 264 


24, 360; vii., 
















249 





.... 


11 


.... 


30 


Gorgey 


A., 66, 295 




,, 


.... 


11 




27-2 


Kowney 


A., 79, 236 




,, jj .... 




11 


264 


29-5 


Fischer 


A., 118,312 




,, 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 8 COOH 


11 


200 (100) 


31-3-31-4 


KraflFt 


B., 15, 1696, 1708 


42, 1272 


? 


CMe 2 : CH.O.CH(OEt).Prp 


11 


223 (756-8) 




CEconimides 


B. S. [2], 36, 210 


42, 32 


Terpin hydrate 


C 10 H 16 .2Aq 


11 


sb. 150 


103 


Deville 


A., 71, 349 


v., 923 





.... 


11 


250 


118 


.... 


J. [1855], 643 




j, 


.... 


11 




b. 100 


? 


? 




Oil of ash leaves 


.... 


11 


175 




Gintl and Reinitzer 


M. C., 3, 762 


44, 219 


Ethylic hydroxycaprylate .... 


Pr0 2 C(OH).COOEt 


CioH 2( Ai 


202-204 c. 


Liquid 


MarkownikoiF 


Z. C., 6, 516 


vii., 885 





C 6 H 13 .CH(OH).COOEt 


i 


229-230(715) 


.... 


Erlenmeyer & Sigel 


A., 177, 105 


28, 1011 


Myristicin 








n inn 






J-TT 1 ill 




.... 


11 




d>. IVA/ 


.... 




IV. , 11O 


Matezite 




r TT o 




1 Si 


r** i 


B. S. 21 220 


27 1 (iO 




.... 


l -10 1 20 U 9 




1O1 


vjii arci 




* j .LOW 














C. R, 77, 995 




Decyl alcohol 


C 9 H 19 .CH 2 OH 


p TT r> 


IKE "I K^ 




A '4- 


Rr ,170 


Trii 18* Q A 1 C 






V ^10 tl 22'~' 


1OO 1 J ( 


.... 


Anitow 


, O, t i it 


vll., 15 , *O T }(* 








aVt 9HO 




r f,mt\ina 


B. S. 41 161 


4ft l 1 A? 




.... 


) 


. 1 Ml . _l M ; 


.... 


IjcIIlOlIlc 




^*o, 11U/ 




iso- 




OAO-Q 




Borodin 


Z. C. P. [1864], 


v 07^ 


i) 11 




11 


^' ' ' O 


.... 






* y i o 














353 






from diisoamyl 




9O9 9O** 




n v. 


Bl 1 fif>9 








11 


_' '_ _i i. 
91 1 91 ^ 




VTninsiia 


., lv/, 1\J\1A 









11 


^1 1 ^lo 
99fi_9SS 




11 


>! 

7. r.. TlfiTOl 4.04 





232 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Decyl alcohol 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 8 .CH 2 OH 


C^H^O 


119 (15) 


7 


Krafft 


B., 16, 1714 


44, 1076 


Diamylene hydrate 


.... 


? 


163 


.... 


Wurtz 


J., 16, 516 




Diamyl oxide 


C 6 H n .O.CHMe.CHMe, 


ji 


160-165 


Liquid 





A. C. [4], 3, 137 


vi., 113 


.... .... 


C 5 H n .O.CH 2 .C 4 H 9 


> 


176 


.... 


Williamson 


G. J. C., 1852 


ii., 537 


.... 


C^HU.O.CJ.HJ! 


u 


175-183 




Kieckher 


J., 1, 698 


i., 205 


(>*>-) 





i 


170-175 




Wurtz 


J., 9, 564 







jj 


i 


176 




> 


G. J. C., 1856 




Diisoamyl oxide 








172-5-173 c. 




Perkin 




45, 474 


Octyl ethyl oxide 


C 8 H 17 .O.Et 


u 


177 




? 


? 




i u 


N 





182-184 


Liquid 


Moslinger 


B., 9, 998 


30, 394 


Propyl methyl pinacone 


CMePr(OH).CMePr(OH) 


C 10 H 22 O 2 


220-225 




Friedel 


J. [1869], 513 


24, 386 


11 11 >1 


) 


j) 


325-230 


gentle heat 


11 


A. C. [4], 16, 366 


vii., 1022 


1) 11 1 


)> 


> 


225-230 


.... 


Grimm 


A., 157, 249 


24, 386 


Diethyl pinacone 


CEt 2 (OH).CEt,(OH) 


) 




27-28 


Schramm 


B., 16, 1584 


44, 1080 


Diiaobutylacetal 


CH 3 .CH(O.CH 2 Pr/s) 2 


M 


168-170 


Liquid 


G6rard 


C. R, 91, 629 


40,35 


Cinchocerotic acid .... 


.... 


H 




72 


Helms 


A. P. [3], 21, 279 


46, 332 


Tripropylic orthoformate ... 


CH(OPr) a 


C 10 H 22 O 3 


192-196 




Pinner 


B., 16, 1646 


44, 1089 


i 


> 


j) 


196-198 




Deutsch 


B., 12, 117 


36, 453 


Ethylideneoxypropyl alco- 


C 4 H g (OPi-) 2 


., 


184 




Laatsch 


A., 218, 13 


44, 788 


holate 
















Riamylene glycol 


.... 


i 


a. 200 




.... 


J. [1861], 662 




Ethyl isoamylin 


C 3 H 6 (OEt)(OC 6 H 11 )(OH) 


) 


238-240 


Liquid 


Keboul 


As., 1,237; J., 13 


ii., 884 














465 




Terpin hydrate 


C JO H 16 .3H 2 O 


11 


.... 


slightly b. 100 


List 


G.J.C.,1847,1848 


v., 923 


11 11 .... .... 


j 


n 


.... 


103 


Nietzki 


A. P. [3], iv., 317 


27, 892 


(identical) 








.... 


117-121 


Bouchardt 


C. R, 89, 361 


36, 1039 


Diisoprene hydrate 


> 


D 


.... 


117-121 


11 


J) 





Caoutchene 








.... 


117-121 


11 


)> 





Cajputene 





> 




120 


Schmidl 


14,63 


i., 712 


Diethyl glycolacetal .... 


CH(OEt) 2 .CH(OEt)j 


C 10 H 22 O 4 


abt. 180 


.... 


Pinner 


B., 5, 151 


25, 407 ; vii., 2 


Pentethylenic glycol 


.... 


C 10 H 22 O 6 


281 (25) 




Lourenjo 


A. C. [3], 67, 280 
















J., 13, 443 




Physetoleic acid 




Ci H 30 O a 




30 


Hofstadter 


A., 91, 177 


iv., 634 


a-Naphthoic aldehyde 


C 10 H 7 .COH 


C U H 8 


abt. 280 


Liquid 


Battershalf 


Z. C. [2], 7, 292 


24, 1057 ; vii., 
















839 


3- 


)) 


11 




59-5 


11 


Z. C. [2], 7, 673 


vii., 839; 26, 
















699 


jS-Naphthol aldehyde 


C 10 H 6 .OH.COH 


C n H 8 O 2 




76 


Kaufmann 


B., 15, 804 


42, 1068 


ft- 





n 




77 


Rousseau 


A.C. [5], 28, 145; 


46, 180 














C. R, 95, 39 




a-Naphthoic acid 


C 10 H 7 .COOH 





.... 


139-140 


Carstanjen& Schertei 


J. p. [2], 4, 49 


24, 920 


- D 





it 


physical 


142-143 


Merz and Weith 


B., 10, 748 


32, 603 








isomer 










"- 11 i, 


J> 


11 


.... 


156 


Carstan jen& Scherte! 


J. p. [2], 4, 49 


24,920 


- 11 11 


I 


11 


.... 


160 


Hofmann 


B., 1, 40 ; A., 142, 


vi., 851 














121 




' )1 11 


J 


?i 




160 


Merz 


Z. C. [2], 4, 34 


?i 


- 11 )) 





11 


physical 


160 


Merz and Weith 


B., 10, 748 


32, 603 








isomer 










- 11 ,1 





i 




161 


Weith 


B., 6, 967 




<"- 11 11 


> 


11 




161 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 225 


31, 608 


<"- 11 ,1 





11 




161 


'Palm 


B., 9, 499 


30, 206 


0- ,1 ,) 


Tl 


11 




161 


Watson Smith 


.... 


32, 563 


ft- (isonaphthoic) 





i 




181 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 225 


31, 608 


ft- >i 11 





n 




181 


Palm 


B., 9, 499 


30,206 


ft- 11 v D 


,, 





.... 


181 


Watson Smith 




32, 563 


ft- 11 11 11 


n 


11 


a. 300 


182=184 c. 


Merz & Miihlhauser 


Z. C. [2], 5, 71 


vi., 851 


P~ i 11 11 


'> 


11 


.... 


182 


Battershall 


Z. C. [2], 7, 673 


25, 699 


ft- 11 i 11 


i 


11 




182 


Vieth 


A., 180, 305 


30, 86 


P~ 11 11 i 


> 


11 


.... 


182 


Ciamician 


B., 11,272 


34,439 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



233 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hydroxynaphthoic acid 


C 10 H 6 .OH.COOH=/3/3 


C n H 8 3 


.... 


150 d. 


Kaufmann 


B., 15, 806 


42, 1068 


a- 


= 







185-186 


Schaffer 


A., 152, 291 


vi., 852 


a- 


TT 







185-186 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 26, 241 


31, 208 


o- ,, 





a 




185-186 


Stumpf 


A., 188, 1 


34, 75 


a- 


?' T) 





.... 


186-188 


Eller 


A., 152, 277 


vi., 852 


7" >. ,, 


=<ip"; 







186-187 


Stumpf 


A., 188, 8 


34, 74 





=0$ 





.... 


210-211 





A., 188, 11 





JT T) 










212-213 


Battershall 


A., 168, 125 


vii., 838; 26, 
















1138 


a- 


=aa ; 







234-237 





A., 168, 121 





a- 


.. 


a 




234-237 


Stumpf 


A., 188, 4 


34,74 


ft' IT >I 


=a/3; 





.... 


245-247 





A., 188, 6 





Acetoxycoumarin 


C 6 H 3 (OAc).CH:CH.CO.O 
i i 


C U H 8 4 


.... 


140 


Tiemanu and Lewj 


B., 10, 2216 


34, 424 












140 


Tiemann & Reimer 


B., 12, 995 


36, 721 


a-Phthalylpropionic acid 


C,H 4 : (CO) 2 : CH.CH 2 .COOH 


j, 




245-248 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 11, 1013 


34, 735 




=1.2 














a-Dioxyquinone 


c n H 6 (OH)2:o 2 


3) 




a. 360 


Thorner 


B., 11, 534 


34, 575 


Acetyl daphnetin 


C 9 H 5 .OAc.O 3 


C n H 8 O 5 




129-130 


Stiinkel 


B., 12, 112 


36, 469 


Tetramethylic prehnitate .... 


C 6 H 2 (COOMe) 4 =1.2.3.5 


C n H 8 8 


.... 


104-108 


Baeyer 


... 


vi., 811 


Acetyl polyporic acid 


C 9 H 6 AcO 2 


(CnHgOj). 




abt. 205 


Stahlschmidt 


A., 187, 177 


32, 621 


a-Naphthyl-methyl oxide .... 


C 10 H 7 .O.Me 


C,,H 10 


258 


Liquid 


Sta'del 


B., 14, 899 ; A.. 


40, 724; 44, 














207, 42 


585 


a- ,, 


H 





263-265 


Liquid 


Hantzach 


B., 13, 1347 


38, 813 


- 11 !) !) 


JT 





265-266 


I. 10 


Marchetti 


G. I., 9, 544 


38, 261 


ft- .". 








274 


70 





it 





0- ,, ,, 





n 




72 


Stadel 


B., 14, 899 ; A., 


40, 724; 44, 














207, 43 


585 


Ethylic phenylpropiolate .... 


ph.c;c.cooEt 


c nH 10 O 2 


260-270 


1.0 


Perkin 




45, 174 


Cinnamylacrylic acid 


Ph.(CH : CH)j.COOH 







165-166 


T) 


J. [1877], 791 


31, 404 


Butyric coumarin 


,CH:CHEt 
C 6 H/ / =1.2 

N o.co 


" 


296-297 p. d 


70-71 




A., 147,233; 150, 

84 


21, 53; vi., 500 











299 d. 


.... 


IT 




39, 439 


Diketone 


c 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :c:(CH 3 ) 2 =i.2 







96 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 11, 1683 


36, 246 


Benzoylcrotonic acid 


Bz.CMe : CH.COOH 


C U H 10 O 3 




113 


Pechmann 


B., 15, 891 


42, 1074 


Benzoyltrimethylenecarb- 


CH2.CH2.CBz.COOH 





.... 


148 


Perkin 


B., 16, 2136 


46, 64 


oxylic acid 
















Toluylacrylic acid 


C 6 H 4 Me.CO.CH : CH.COOH 






138 


Pechmann 


B., 15, 888 


42, 1074 


Methyl -/3-methyluinbelli- 

f 


C 6 H 3 (OMe)CMe : CH.CO.O 

1 1 





.... 


159 


Pechmann & Duis- 


B., 16, 2119 


46,66 


ferone 










berg 






a-/3-Dimethylumbelliferone 


C 6 H 3 (OH).CMe : CMe.CO.O 
i i 







256 







46,67 


Phenylparaconic acid 


CH2.CO.OCHPh.CH.COOH 


CnH.A 




100 


Fittig 


B., 14, 1825 


42, 190 












109 


Jayne 


A., 216, 108 


44,473 


+|H 2 


B 






99 








Acetylcoumaric acid 


C 8 H 4 .OAc.(CH : CH.COOH) 







146 


)T 

Tiemann&Herzfelci 


J) 

B., 10, 284 


Jl 

31, 709 




=1.2 

















=1.3 


11 




151 


Tiemann & Ludwig 


B., 15, 2048 


44, 189 


IT 


=1.4 


B 




195 


Tiemann & Herzf eld 


B., 10, 65 


32, 893 


Acetylbenzoicacetic anhy- 


C 6 H 4 .Ac(CO.OAc)=1.2 


y 




70-5-71 


Gabriel 


B., 14, 920 


40, 733 


dride 
















Benzhydrylpropiocarbonic 
anhydride 


/ CH.C 2 H 4 .COOH 

4Xs co.o 





.... 


Softens 135; 
melts 140 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 11, 1681 


36, 246 


Hydrindonaphthalene dicar- 
boxylic acid 


C 6 H 4 / 2 \C(COOH) 2 =1.2 
CH 2 







199 


Baeyer and Perkin 


B., 17, 122 


46, 753 


Diacetylacetosalicylol 


C 6 H 4 .OAc.CH(OAc) 2 =1.2 


H 




104-105 


Barbier 


C. R, 90, 37 


38, 318 


Methylene a-homocaffeic acid 


CH 2 :O 2 :C 6 H 3 .CH:CMe.COOH 


,, 




192-194 


Lorenz 


B., 13, 759 


40, 49 


Ethyl oesculetin .... ,. 


C 6 H 2 (OH)(OEt).C 2 H 2 .CO.O 


j> 




143 


Will 


B.. 16, 2106 


46,67 





2 H 



234 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dimethyl cesculetin 


C 6 H 2 (OMe) .C 2 H.XO.O 


C,,H 10 4 




144 


Tiemann and Will 


B., 15, 2076 


44, 199 




i i 














Ethyl daphnetin 


C 9 H 5 O 3 .OEt 





.... 


155 


Will and Jung 


B., 17, 1083 


46, 1142 


0-Benzoylisosuccinic acid .. 


CH 2 Bz.CH(COOH) 2 


Cn H icA 




114 


Bischoif 


B., 16, 1045 


44, 912 


Phenylcarboxylsucciuic acid 


.... 


C n H lo O 6 




191 


Spiegel 


B., 14, 873 




Ethylic polyporate 


C 8 H 6 .COOEt 


(C u H n O,), 


.... 


134 


Stahlschmidt 


A., 187, 177 


32, 621 


Allylacetophenone 


Ph.CO.(CH 2 ) 3 .CH:CH., 


C U H U O 


235-238 (710 


Liquid 


Perkin 


.... 


45, 187 


11 








235-238 


.... 


Baeyer and Perkin 


B., 16, 2132 


46,64 


Beuzoyltetramethyleiie 


CHBZ.CH2.CH..CH, 


n 


258-260 


Liquid 


Perkin 


B., 16, 1792 


44, 1084 




1 1 














Ethylic cinoamate 


C 6 H 6 .CH:CH.COOEt 


C U H 12 2 


262 


.... 


Herzog 


A. P. [2], 17, 72 


i., 986 


11 








263 


Liquid 


Kopp 


A., 60, 269 


34, 981 


,1 ., 


11 





262 







C. E., 21, 1376 




11 11 








265 


.... 


Busse 


B., 9, 833 


30, 641 


11 11 ... -. 


,i 


11 


265 




Plantamour 


A., 30, 344 




11 11 








260 


.... 


Marchand 


A., 32, 269 




11 11 








266 c. (760) 


.... 


Kopp 


J. p. Ph. [3], 11, 7 


i., 986 


11 i, 


JJ 





271 


Liquid 


Anschiitz and 


B., 11, 1220 


34, 981 












Kiunicutt 






11 ,, 


J) 





271 


.... 


Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


Phenylangelic acid 







.... 


81 


Fittig and Bieber 


A., 153, 364 ; Z. C 


31, 393 














[1869], 332 




11 11 




11 




82 




A., 193, 319 




11 


C 6 H 5 .C 3 H 4 .CH 2 .COOH 







104 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 789 


31, 393 





C 6 H 5 .C 4 H 6 .COOH 





.... 


105-106 


.... 


G. H., 651 




Methylic propenylbenzoate... 


C 6 H 4 .C 3 H 5 .COOMe=1.4 





254 


53 


Meyer and Rosicki 


B., 11, 1792 


36, 157 


isopropenylbenzoate 


.... 





.... 


83 


Meyer 


B., 12, 1076 


36, 795 


Salicylol diacetate 


C 6 H 4 .OH.CH(OAc) 2 =1.2 







104-105 


Barbier 


B. S. [2], 33, 52 


38, 469 


Acid from C 12 H 13 BrO 4 


.... 


a 


.... 


112 


Fittig 


B., 14, 1825 ; A., 


42, 190 














216, 123 




Thymotide 


.... 





.... 


187 


Naquet 


B. S., 4, 92 


v., 796 




Propylic phenylglyoxylate .... 


Ph.CO.COOPr a 


CnH I2 O 3 


174 (60) 




Claisen 


B., 12, 629 


36, 648 


Ethylic benzoylacetate 


CH 2 Bz.COOEt 





265-270 s. d. 


1.0 


Baeyer and Perkin 


B., 16, 2129 


46, 63 


11 11 


i, 





265-270 (760) 


1.0 


Perkin 


.... 


45, 174 








230-235(200) 










Ethylbenzoylacetic acid 


CHEtBz.COOH 





.... 


111-115 







46, 180 


11 11 










112-115 


Baeyer and Perkin 


B., 16, 2130 


46,63 


Acetylphenylpropionic acid.... 


CH 2 Ac.CHPh.COOH 






126 


Weltner 


B., 17, 72 


46, 746 


Ethylic hydroxycinnamate .... 


C 6 H 6 .C 2 H(OH).COOEt 





279-5 c. 


Liquid 






vi., 470 


! 1, 








273d. 






A., 147, 104 




Butyryl salicylaldehyde 


C 6 H 4 .COH(O.C 4 H 7 0)=1.2 


i, 


260-270 


Liquid 


Perkin 


A., 150, 82 


21, 472; vi., 
















1010 


Methylic allylsalicylate 


C 6 H 4 .OC 3 H 6 .COOMe= 1.2 





245 


Liquid 


Scichlone 


G.I., 12, 449 ;B., 


44, 336 














16, 796 




a-methoxyphenyl- 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.(C 2 H 2 .COOMe) 





275-276 




Perkin 




39, 411 


acrylate 


=1.2 














- 


.. 





278-280 


Liquid 







31, 418 


"' 11 


" J) 





293 


Liquid 





.... 


39, 411 


11 0- 


= 1.4 


,i 


303 


89 


11 




39, 439 


Ethylic hydrocoumarilate .... 


C H/ \CH.COOEt 


ii 


273 


23 


Fittig and Ebert 


A., 216, 168 


44, 474 


a-Ethoxyphenylacrylic acid... 


C 6 H 4 .OEt.(C 2 H 2 .COOH)=l.S 





... 


103-104 


Perkin 




39, 412 


- ,. .... 


11 





.... 


101-102 




A., 216, 142 




11 11 "- 


11 







135 


Perkin 


.... 


39, 414 


11 11 ... 


" 11 






131-5-133 




A., 216, 145 




(3-Methoxyphenylcrotonic 


^ 6 H 4 .OMe.(C 3 H 4 .OOOH)=l.: 


,, 


.... 


104-105 


Perkiu 


J. [1877], 793 


31, 416 


acid 
















'i i> 


11 







707 


11 


... 


39, 430 


11 


" 11 


11 


.... 


118 


11 


.... 


39, 430, 449 


11 11 
Butyrocoumaric acid 


=1. 
C 6 H,.(C 4 H.O).COOH=1.2 


11 




154 
174 p. d. 


11 


J. [1877], 792 
A., 150, 84 


31, 412 
1,472; vi., 501 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



235 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


1 
Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Useol .... 




C H O 




175 


Patern6 


G. I. [1882], 231 ; 


42, 1082 














B., 15, 2241 




Ethylicacetofurfuralacetate.... 


C 6 H 8 (C 5 H 4 0)0 3 


C n H 12 O 4 


188 (30) 


62 


Claisen & Matthew 


A., 218, 170 


46, 443 


11 








188-189 


62-62-5 


Matthews 




43, 204 








(29-32) 










Benzylmethylmalonic acid ... 


C 6 H b .CH 2 .CnMe(COOH) 2 







135 


Conrad & Bischoff 


A., 204, 178 ; B., 


38, 628 














13, 595 




Benzylidene diacetate 


C 6 H 5 .CH(OAc) 2 





190-240 


36 


Wicke 


A., 102, 368 


i., 578 


11 11 











45-46 


Perkin 


20, 590 


vi., 328 


11 11 





,, 




44-45 


Hiibner 


B. S. [2], 8, 459 


vi., 24, 328 


Ethylic benzoylglycollate .... 


CH 2 BzO.COOEt 





286-4-288-4 


.... 


Andrieff 


J., 18, 344 




11 n 





,, 


277-279 c. 




.... 


A.,80,32; 133,284 




Acetoxybenzylic acetate 


C 6 H 4 .OAc(CH 2 .OAc)=1.3 


,, 


290 


s. 18 


Velden 


J. p. [2], 15, 170 


32, 339 


Diacetyl orcinol 


Me.(OAc) 2 =1.3.5 (?) 





.... 


25 


De Luynes 


Z. C. [2], 4, 703 


vi., 885 


11 11 


11 11 





280-284 (704 


.... 


Rasinski 


J. p. [2], 26, 61 


42, 1289 


Diacetyltoluquinol 


Me.(OAc) 2 = 2 





.... 


52 


Nietzki 


B., 11, 1279 ; A., 


34,868; 44,467 














215, 160 




Acetoxyethoxysalicyl alde- 


COH.OAc.OEt=1.2.5 





285 p. d. 


69 


Hantzsch 


J. p. [2], 22, 468 


40, 167 (?) 


hyde 
















11 11 


11 11 





.... 


69 


Tiemann & Muller 


B., 14, 1995 


42, 53 


Methylic hesperitate 


(C 2 H 2 .COOMe).OH.OMe 





.... 


79 


Tiemann and Will 


B., 14, 967 


40, 740 




=1.3.4 














Dimethylcaffeic acid 


(C 2 H2.COOH).(OMe) 2 =1.3.4 







180 


11 11 


B., 14, 960 


n 





11 11 







180-181 


Tiemann and Nagai 


B., 11, 653 


34, 580 


Dimethylumbellic acid 


=1.2.4 


,, 




184 


Tiemann and Will 


B., 15, 2080 


44, 200 


ii 11 


I 


,, 




138 


Will 


B., 16, 2116 


46,68 


Methoxyhydroxymethylcin- 


(CMe I CH.COOH).OMe.OH 


N 




140 d. 


Pechmann and 


B., 16, 2119 


46,67 


namic acid 


= 2 








Duisberg 






Methoxyhydroxymethylein- 


(CH : CMe.COOH).OMe.OH 


,, 




167-168 


Tiemann and Kraaz 


B., 15, 2064 


44, 201 


namic acid (homoferulic) 


=1.3.4 














Ethylic ethyleneprotocate- 


CeH 3 .(COOEt).O.C 2 H 4 .0 







27-28 


Fittig & Macalpine 


A., 168, 104 


26, 1144 


chuate 


















=1.3.4 














Methylene a-homohydro- 


CH 2 : 2 : C 6 H 3 (CH 2 .CHMe. 


B 




77 


Lorenz 


B., 13, 760 


40, 49 


caffeic acid 


COOH) 














Eugetic acid .... 


COOH.OH.OMe.C,H 6 








ScliGncli 


A., 125, 14 


ii., 968 






11 




1 










=1.2.3.5 














Acetyl alorcinic acid 


C 6 H s .Me 2 .OAc.COOH 





.... 


Begins 125 d. 


Weselsky 


B., 5, 168; A., 


vii., 54 














167, 72 




Ethylic ? -ate 


C n H, 4 O 4 ? 








Silkow i i 


B., 8, 1461 


29, 599 


Salicylol and acetic anhydride 


C 7 H 6 2 +C 4 H 6 3 


CII H M O, 




103-104 


Perkin 


A., 146, 371 


20, 586 ; vi., 
















1008 


Acet-a-homovanillic acid 


(CH 2 .COOH).OMe.OAc 







140 


Tiemannaud Nagai 


B., 10, 202 


32, 339 




=1.3.4 or 1.4.3 














Methylic opianate 


COOMe.(OMe) 2 .COH 





d. 63 


83-85 


Wegscheider 


M. C., 3, 358 


42, 1207 




= 1.2.3.6 














isopianate 


=1.3.4.5 







98-99 


Tiemann and 


B., 10, 397 


32, 487 












Mendelsohn 






Bimethylic hydroxyuvitate.... 


(COOMe) 2 .Me.OH=1.3.5.2 


H 




79 


Jacobsen 


A., 195, 289 


36, 531 


11 11 


11 11 




.... 


79 


11 


B., 13, 2051 


40, 172 


11 11 


11 11 





.... 


79 


11 


A., 206, 167 


40, 431 


11 11 


= 1.3.4.6 


11 


.... 


105 ; 108 


Oppenheim & Pfaff 


B., 8, 885 


28, 1262 


11 11 


=1.3.5.6 







128 


Jacobsen 


B., 13, 2051 


40, 172 


n 11 


11 11 


11 


.... 


128 


11 


A., 206, 192 


40,431 


11 11 ' 


11 11 


;i 


.... 


129-130 


Bpttinger 


B., 13, 2345 


40, 278 


Sinapic acid .... 


C 9 H 10 O.(COOH) 2 






_ ._ - _. 


D "U R TI" kl 


A., 84, 19 


v., 308 












iano o iiirscnoruni] 






Primula camphor 






a. 200 


49 


.... 


A., 185, 222 




Orcyldigylycollic acid 


C 6 H 3 Me(O.CH 2 .COOH) 2 


CiiH la O, 


.... 


216-217 


Saarbach 


J. p. [2], 21, 62 


38, 393 


a- Methylic hemipinate 


COOH.COOMe.(OMe), 







121-122 


Wegscheider 


M. C., 3, 362 


42, 1207 




=1.2.3.4 














+H 2 


11 11 





..*. 


96-98 


11 


11 





0- 11 11 


=2.1.3.4 


n 




137-138 


11 


M. C., 3, 366 



















2 n 2 



2H6 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methylic isohemipinate 


COOH.COOMe.(OMe) 2 =? 


C U H 12 8 




167 u. c. 


.... 


B., 10, 398 




Ethylic carbocomenate 


C 4 H,,O(COOEt)(COO.COOEt) 


C n H 12 O 7 


.... 


87 u. c. 


Drechseland Moller 


J. p. [2], 17, 164 


34, 784 


Diethylic meconate .... 


C i HO 2 (OH)(COOEt). ! 





... 


111-5 


Mennel 


J. p., 2(5, 453 


44, 656 


Diethylmeconic acid 


.... 


j 




abt. 110 


How 


A., 83, 359 


iii., 861 





.... 


i 




110 


Drechsel and Moller 


J. p. [2], 17, 163 


34, 784 


Phenylisobutyl ketoue 


Ph.CO.CH 2 .CHMe 2 


C n H 14 


215-225 


.... 


Funaro 


G. I. [1881], 274 


40, 1032 


)' i 


)) 


) 


225-226 


.... 


Popoff 


A., 161, 285 ; B., 


vii., 712; 25, 














5, 39 


409 


Butenyl methoxybenzene ... 


OMe.(CH : CH.CH 2 Me)=1.2 


)) 


232-234 


1. f. m. 


Perkin 


B., 11, 515 


33, 214 





=1.4 





.... 


17 





.... 


35, 146 


j u 


) 





21#-245 


17 


ji 


J. [1877], 383 


38, 671 


i j 


)> 


) 


242-245 




)! 


.... 


33, 215 


Isobutenyl methoxybenzene 


OMe.(CH I CMe 2 )=1.4 


)) 


236-237 


8-5-9 





.... 


35, 146 


Benzylic butyrate 


CH,.(CH 2 ) 2 .COO.CH 2 Ph 


c n H iA 


238-240 






A., 193, 317 




isobutyrate 


CHMe 2 .COOCH 2 Ph 


>i 


228 




Hodgkinson 


A., 201, 168 


33, 496 


Phenylpropylic acetate 


C 6 H 5 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 .OAc 


H 


244-245 


1.-18 


Rugheimer 


A., 172, 128 


27, 894 


Butylic benzoate 


C 6 H 5 .COO(CH 2 ) 3 CH 3 


n 


247-32 c. 


.... 


Linuemann 


A., 161, 192 ; A. 


26, 396 ; vii., 














162, 39 


203 


Propylic phenylacetate 


C 6 H 5 .CH 2 .COO.Pr 


i) 


238 c. 


Liquid 


Hodgkinson 




37, 483 


Ethylic hydrocinnamate 


C 8 H 5 .CH 2 .CH 2 .COOEt 


n 


244-8 (738-2) 




Bruhl 


A., 200, 192 


38, 296 


i D * 


)1 


T 


248-1 




Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


jj 


)> 


)) 


S47-249 c. 


.... 


Erlenmeyer 


J., 19, 367 


vi., 469 


ji 51 


1 


I) 


245-250 


Liquid 


Merz and Weith 


B., 10, 758 


32, 617 


J! 





I 


245-250 


Liquid 


Sesemann 


I. D. Zurich 


28,74 


Phenylethylpropionic acid .... 


Ph.CH 2 .CHEt.COOH 


1J 


272 


1. f. m. 


Baeyer and Jackson 


B., 13, 118 


38, 40(5 


Phenylvaleric acid .... 


Ph.CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 . 


71 


.... 


58-59 


1) 1! 


B., 13, 122 


38, 407 




COOH 














Tolyl isobutyric acid (?) 


Me.(CH 2 .CHMe.COOH) 


J 


.... 


91-92 


Kelbe 


B., 16, 620 


44, 796 




=1.3 














Isobutylbenzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 .C 4 H 9 .COOHr=1.4 


) 


.... 


161 


Pahl 


B., 17, 1237 


46, 1010 


Acetyl propylphenol 


C 6 H 4 Pr a .OAc=1.4 


JJ 


242-7-244 c. 


Liquid 


Spica 


B., 12, 295 ; G. I., 


36, 632 








(760-65) 






8, 406 




isopropylphenol 


C 6 H 4 .Pr0.0Ae=1.4 


TJ 


244-244-5 


.... 


Paternd and Spica 


G. I., 6, 535 ; B., 


31, 593 








(756-27) 






10, 84 




Mesityl acetate 


Me 2 .(CH 2 OAc)=1.3.5 





228-231 (745) 


Liquid 


Wispek 


B., 16, 1577 


44, 1095 


,, .... 


ii 


)> 


242 i. v. 


Liquid 


Robinet 


C. R., 96,500;B., 


44,577 














16, 965 




Ethylic xylate 


C 6 H 3 .Me 2 .COOEt= ? 


5' 


233 


Liquid 


Hirzeland Beilstein 


B. S., 1, 345 


v., 1062 


mesitylenate 


= 1.3.5 


> 


241 


s. 0. 


Fittig 


A., 147, 46 


vl., 823 


Homocuminic acid 




)1 


.... 


52 


Rossi 


C. R., 52, 403 ; As., 


iii., 163 ; 38, 














1, 139 ; G. I., 9, 


163 














400 




Cymene carboxylic acid 


C 6 H 3 Me.Pr.COOH=1.4. ? 


1 




63 


Patern6 and Spica 


G. I., 9, 400 


38, 163 


Methyl engenol 


C 6 H 3 .(OMe) 2 .(CH : CHMe) 


V 


237-239 


.... 


Grsebe & Borgmann 


A., 158, 282 


24,705 


u ,, .... .. 


" ji 


)> 


237-239 




Church 


B., 7, 1551 


28, 116 


>, .... 


!> 





244-245 




Matsmoto 


B., 11, 123 




,, 





> 


255 u. c. 


.... 


Church 


.... 


28, 115 








=262-5 c. 










Thymotic aldehyde 


Pr.Me.OH.CHO=1.3.4.6 


)> 




133 


Kobek 


B., 16, 2096 


46, 56 


Ethylic phenoxypropionate.... 


CH 3 .CH(OPh).COOEt 


CnH 14 O 3 


243-244 


Liquid 


Saarbach 


J. p. [2], 21, 152 


38, 393 


inethylmandelate .... 


Ph.CH(OMe).COOEt 


ji 


248 




Meyer and Boner 


B., 14, 2391 


42, 195 


Phenylpropylglycollic acid .... 


CPh(OH).Pr.COOH 


)5 




158 


Ploschl 


B., 14, 1316 


42, 515 


Phenylhydroxypivalic acid ... 


CPh(OH).(CMe 2 COOH) 


V 




134 


Fittig and Jayne 


A., 216, 115 


44, 471 


Ethyltropic acid 


Ph.CMe(OEt).COOH 


)) 




59-5-62 


Ladenburg and 


B., 13, 2042 ; 14, 


40, 171 












Rugheimer 


446 




a-Benzyl-/3-oxybutyric acid 


CH 3 .CH(OH).CH(CH 3 .C 6 H 5 ). 


)> 


152-155 


MM 


Ehrlich 


B., ; A., 187, 


29, 369 ; 32, 




COOH 










26 


439 


Ethylic ethoxybenzoate 


C 6 H 4 .OEt.COOEt=1.2 


Jl 


258-260 (732) 






A., 197, 18 




> )i 


" ! 


V 


251 




Poising 


B., 17, 486 


46, 897 


ii 


!! 


57 


160-165, sic; 


L 18 


Gb'ttig 


B., 9, 1475 


31, 313 








(260-265 2) 













=1.3 


)) 


263 




Heintz 


A., 153, 332 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



237 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic ethoxybenzoate 


C 6 H 4 .OEt.COOEt=1.4 


^nH 14 O 3 


273-276 


Liquid 


Ladenburg and Fitz 


A., 141, 253 


vi., 899 


Methylio isopropoxybenzoate 


C 6 H 4 .OPr/3.COOMe=1.2 


11 


250 


Liquid 


Kraut, Schroder, 


A., 150, 8 


vi., 1006 












and Prinzhorn 






Ethylic hydrocoumarate 


OH.[(CH 2 ) 2 .COOEt]=1.2 


M 


273d. 


34 


Zwenger 


As., 5, 115 


vi., 716 


Ethylhydrocoumaric acid .... 


OEt.[(CH 2 ) 2 .COOH]=1.2 


! 


.... 


80-80-5 


.... 


A., 216, 154 




Ethylic phloretate 


OH.(CHMe.COOEt)=1.4 


H 


a. 265 


Liquid 


Hlasiwetz 


A., 102, 151 


iv., 491 


Methylic methylphloretate .... 


OMe.(CHMe.COOMe)=1.4 


|| 


278 


38 


Kbrner & Corbetta 


B., 7, 1733 


28, 458 


Ethylphloretic acid 


OEt.(CHMe.COOH)=1.4 


> 


.... 


106-5 


>i i) 


B., 7, 1734 


)I 


Methoxyphenylbutyric acid 


OMe.(C 3 H 6 .COOH)=1.2 


n 


.... 


55-56 


Perkin 




39, 433 


Gumophenolglycollic acid .... 


Pi".(O.CH 2 .COOH)=1.4 







81 


Spica 


G. I., 10, 246 


38, 883 


Propylphenylglycollic acid .... 


Pr.(CHOH.COOH)=1.4 


i 




158 


Eaab 


B., 8, 1149 


29, 398 


Diethoxybenzaldehyde 


COH.(OEt) 2 =1.2.5 


i 


280-285 


60 


Hantzsch 


B.,13,2419; J.p. 


29, 167 














[2], 22, 469 




D 


=1.2.6 


>? 


.... 


71-72 


Tiemann and Lewy 


B., 10, 2215 


34, 424 


Ethylic hydroxymesitylenate 


COOEt.Me 2 .OH=1.3.5.4 


n 




113 


Jacobsen 


B., 12, 608 


36, 643 


Thymotic acid (carvacrolic).... 


Pr.Me.OH.COOH= ? 


u 


.... 


118-120 


.... 


C. R, 94, 132 




,, ., 


= 1 







120 


Kolbe & Lautemann 


A., 115, 205 


v., 796 


i 


=1.4.5. ? 







120 


Kekul6 & Fleischer 


B., 6, 1089 


27, 66 ; 
















vii., 935 


V V V 


=1.4.2.3 


)) 




123 


Kobek 


B., 16, 2096 


46, 56 


J1 ) V 


=1.4.5. t 


ji 


.... 


126-127 


Spica 


G. I., 10, 340 


38, 889 


I )> 


=1.4.5.6 





.... 


133-134 


Kekule& Fleischer 


B., 6, 1089; C.R., 


27, 66 ; 














94, 132 


vii., 935 


It 1> 


= r 


i> 


.... 


149-150 


Paterno and Spica 


B., 12, 384 




,. v ,, 


=1.4.2.5 





.... 


157 


Kobek 


B., 16, 2096 


46, 56 


Photosantonin 


.... 





305 


64-65 


Sentini 


B. S. 


iv., 627 


Ethylic dimethoxybenzoate.... 


COOEt(OMe) 2 =1.3.4 


^nH H O 4 


.... 


42 


Will 


A., 37, 198 




> 


) )> 





S95-296 


43-44 


Tiemann &Matsmoto 


B., 9, 942 


30, 525 


Diethoxybenzoic acid 


COOH.(OEt) 2 =1.2.3 





... 


87-88 


Earth and Senhofer 


A., 164, 121 


25, 1016 ; 




or =1.3.6 












vii., 433 


)! J 


=1.2.4 


>J 




99 


Tiemann and Lewy 


B., 10, 2215 


34, 424 


i) )j 


=1.3.4 


)) 




149 


Koelle 


B., 4, 634; A., 


24, 829 ; 














159, 245 


vii., 432 


Dimethoxyphenylpropionic 


(CHj.CH 2 .COOH)(OMe)3 


) 


.... 


96-97 


Tiemann and Nagai 


B., 11, 653 


34, 580 


acid 


=1.3.4 

















=1.2.4 


J) 




97 


Tiemann and Will 


B., 14, 966 







" 1> 


)) 




105 


Will 


B., 16, 2106 


46,68 


Hydrohomoferulic acid 


(CH 2 .CHMe.C'OOH).OMe. 


J 


.... 


114-115 


Tiemann and Kraaz 


B., 15, 2070 


44, 198 




OH=1.3.4 














Ethylic eveminate 


Me.OH.OMe.COOH= ? 





.... 


56 


Stenhouse 


A., 68, 90 


ii., 612 


Ethylic , ?-ate 


C n H 12 4 ? 


) 


.... 


147 


Salkowski 


B., 8, 1459 


29, 599 


Isoamylphenyl oxide 


Ph.O.CH 2 .CH 2 .CHMe 2 


C,,H 16 


224-225 


Liquid 


Cahours 


A., 78, 227; C. R 


iv., 391 














32, 61 




Butylphenyl ketone 


C^H.Q.OO.OgHjj 


j) 


225-226 




Popoff 


A., 162, 151 




Ethoxyisopropylbenzene 


C 6 H 4 .OEt.Pr0=1.2 


i 


213 u. c. 


Liquid 


Spica 


G. I., 9, 433 


38, 167 





= 1.4 


V* 


220 c. (757) 


Liquid 





i! 


)) 


u 


) 


)) 


244-245 






J. [1876], 455 ; 
















[1879], 7CO 




Methoxybutylbenzene ^.. 


C 9 H 4 .OMe.C 4 H 9 = ? 


! 


215-5 u. c. 


Liquid 


Studer 


B., 14,2187 


42, 176 


Amyl phenol .... 


C 6 H 1 .C 5 H 11 .OH= ? 




248-250 


92-93 


Jjicbiiitiiiii 


B., 14, 1844 ; B., 


42, 171 






)1 
























15, 151 










247-251 




Calm 


B., 15, 1646 


42, 1284 


Methoxyeymene 


?! 5 

Me.Pr.OMe=l.?. 3 


1* 
)1 


205 


Liquid 


Engelhardt and 


Z. C. [2], 5, 43 


vi., 1090 












Latsehinoff 






,, .... .... 


" ' 


r) 


216-7 




Paterno and Pisati 


G. I. [1875], 13 ; 


28, 638 














B., 8, 71 




,, .... .... 


) 





abt. 226 (740) 


Liquid 


Mazzara 


G. I., 12, 333 ; B., 


42, 1199 














16, 242 




,, 


= 1.?.2 





216-8 




Paterno and Pisati 


G. I. [1875], 13 , 


28, 638 














B., 8, 71 




Methoxyisocymene 


Me.Pri.OMe=l.?. 3 


n 


215-220 


Liquid 


Mazzara 


B.,16,793; G. I, 


44, 463 














12, 505 





238 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


From dragon's blood 


.... 


C U H 16 


214-215 


.... 


Butsch 


M. C., 1, 613 


42, 210 


anethol .. .... 






225-228 




Landolph 


C. R, 86, 601 


34, 576 


allylalcohol 


C 2 H a (C 9 H, 3 )O 2 


CJH.A 


195-205 




Tollens 


Z. C. [2], 7, 249 


25, 998 


Benzylidene diethylate 


C 6 H 5 .CH(OEt) 2 





222 c. 


Liquid 


Wicke 


A., 102, 364 


i., 578 


Phenyl isopropylethylene 


CHPh(OH).CHPrl3.(OH) 





.... 


81-82 


Fossek 


M. C., 5, 119 


46, 833 


glycol 
















Diethylorcinol 


Me(OEt) 2 =1.3.5 (?) 





240-250 




De Luynes & Lionet 


C. E., 65, 213 


vi., 885 


Thymotic alcohol 


Me.Pr.OH.CH 2 OH=1.4.3.6 






120-130 


Kobek 


B., 16, 2096 


46,56 


Camphocarboxylic acid 


C 10 H 14 .OH.COOH 


C n H 16 3 


.... 


118-119 


Baubigny 


Z. C. [2], 4, 482 


vi., 386 














and 647 




11 'i 










118-119 


Santos-e-Silva 


B., 6, 1092 


27, 70 


11 11 








.... 


123-124 u.c. 


Kachler and Spitzer 


B., 13, 1412 ; 


38, 892 ; 














M. C., 3, 205 


42, 865 


Propyl dimethylpyrogallol ... 


Pr.(OMe) 2 .OH 





285 


Liquid 


Hofmanu 


B., 8, 67; 11,331 


28, 569 


Phoronic anhydride 


CMe.CO 


C,,H, 6 O 4 




138 


Pinner 


B., 14, 1079 


40, 797 




/\ \ 
















CH 3 
















v \ 
















CMe.CH 2 .CMe 2 .CO 














Ethylic camphoronate 


C 8 H n O 3 .COOEt 


C n H I6 O s 


302 


Liquid 


Kachler 


A., 159, 281 


vii., 238 ; 
















24, 1049 


Pyrocholesterie acid 


.... 







108 


Tappeiner 


A., 194, 221 


36, 388 


Acrolein and acetyloxide .... 


C 3 H 4 0.2C 4 H 6 3 


C 11 H 167 


180 


Liquid 


Geuther 


J. 


vi., 24 


Trimethylic acetylcitrate ... 


C 3 H 4 .OAc.(COOMe) 3 


C,,H I6 O 8 


280-282 


.... 


Hanaus 


B., 9, 1750 


31, 456 


Ethylic diacetomesoxalate ... 


C(OAc) 2 (COOEt) 2 





.... 


145 p. d. 


Petrieff 


B., 11, 414 


34,490 






C U H, 8 O 


78 


Liquid 


Fremy 


A., 15, 284 


d.1 1 R7 


Colophonone .... .... .... 






97 


Liquid 


Schiel 


A., 115, 96 


i 1 AQ*7 
















1., l\)Qt 


Diethenylethylisopropylacetic 


C 4 H s .CPr/3Et.COOH 


CnHjsOj 


270-280 


.... 


Geuther, Frohlich, 


A., 202, 324 


38, 623 


acid 










and Looss 






Undecolic acid 


C 10 H 17 .COOH 


11 




59*5 


Krafft 


B., 11, 1414 


34, 853 


Borneol formate 


.... 





225-230 




Bruylants 


B., 11, 455 










97 


Li ouid 


Schiel 


A., 115, 96 


1 Q 




.... 


)J 










, loo 


Ethylic acetisoamylidene 


C 5 H 9 .CHAc.COOEt 


C n H 18 O 3 


237-241 


Liquid 


Claisen & Matthews 


A., 218, 170 


46, 443 


acetate 
















11 11 


11 





237-241 


Liquid 


Matthews 


.... 


43,202 


Rangifonnic acid 


.... 


11 




104-106 


Paterno 


G. I. [1882], 231 ; 


42, 1084 














B., 15, 2242 




Methylpropylallylene glycol- 


Pr(OAc).CH.C(OAc) : CHMe 


C n II I3 4 




68-5 


Morris 


.... 


41, 178 


diacetate 


or 
















Pr-.CH: C(OAc).CH(OAc)Me 














Ethylic acetylmesitonate 


CMe 2 : CH.CMe(OAc).COOEt 


J) 


205-207 




Pinner 


B., 15, 579 


42, 941 


Methylcamphoric acid 







.... 


abt. 68 


Low 


A. C., 38, 483 


i., 732 


Diethylic /3-methylacetosuc- 


COOEt.CHAc.CHMe.COOEt 


C n H w O 6 


238 


.... 


Bischoff 


A., 206, 313 


40, 412 


cinate 
















8- 








257-259 






A., 188, 227 ; 192 
















142 




11 P~ 11 11 


) 





262-263 






A., 216, 31 




11 n ~ 11 11 


COOEt.C 2 H 2 AcMe.COOEt 


jj 


254-256 


.... 




A., 206, 329 ; 216, 
















35 




11 a " 11 11 








263 


Liquid 


Kressner 


A., 192, 135 


34, 783 


acetoglutarate .... 


COOEt.CHAc.CH 2 .CH 2 . 


j) 


271-272 


.... 


Wislicenus and 


A., 192, 128 






COOEt 








Limpach 






Phoronic acid.... 


CMe COOH 






i &A A 


T>* 


Bl A 1 A*7ft 






A 





.... 


LO~ 11. 


.r inner 


.j l^tj L\Jttj 


40, 797 




O CH 2 
















\/ 
















CMe.CH 2 .CMej.COOH 














Diethylic methylic propenyl- 


CH(COOEt) 2 .CHMe.COOMe 


C,,H I8 O 6 


267 


Liquid 


Bischoff 


A., 214, 53 


44, 45 


tricarboxylate 
















11 11 11 





11 


268 




Bischoff & Ernmert 


B., 15, 1107 


42, 1191 


Triethylic etheuyltricarboxy- 


COOEt.CH 2 .CH(COOEt) 2 


11 


278 


Liquid 


Bischoff 


A., 214, 38 


44,45 


late 
















11 n i 


J1 


11 


275-280 ; 


Liquid 


Conrad 


B., 12, 752 


36, 707 








172 (90) 











COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



230 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diethylic suecinolactate 


EtO.C 3 H 4 O.O.C 4 H 4 O,.OEt 


CnH 18 O, 


280 


Liquid 


Wurtz and Friedel 


J., 14, 378 


iii., 462 


Triethylic desoxalate 


C 2 H 3 2 (COOEt) 3 


CnH 18 8 


.... 


85 


Lowig 


J. [1861], 605 


v., 41 


u 









85 


Klein 


J. p. [2], 20, 146 


38,37 


Methyl borneol 


.... 


C n H 20 


194-5 c. (733 




Baubigny 


Z. C. [1868], 299 




Undecylenic acid 


.... 


C, 1 H 20 O 2 


295u.c.(760) 


24-5 


Becker 


B., 11, 1412 


34, 853 








p. d ; 200 
















(low pres- 
















sure) 










J) !) 







198-200(90) 


24-5 


Krafft 


B., 10, 2035 


34, 293 


Acid from petroleum 


.... 


) 


258-261 (741) 




Hell and Meidingei 


B., 7, 1217 


28, 248 


!> >' 




) 


250-260 




)> 


B., 10, 451 


32, 43-2 


Isoamylic acetoethylacetate.... 


CHAcEt.COOC 5 H u 


^11^29^3 


233-236 


Liquid 


Conrad 


A., 186, 231 


32, 43o 


Heptylic aoetoacetate 


CH 2 Ac.COOC ; H 15 





250-260 




Venable 


B., 13, 1649 


40, 82 


Diethylic diethylmalonate .... 


CEt^COOEt),, 


C ll H 20 4 


223 


Liquid 


Conrad 


A., 204, 138 ; B., 


36, 707 














12, 749 




it 


)1 





@30-%30-5 c. 




Perkin 


.... 


45, 513 








(760); 195- 
















198 c. (330) 










isobutylmalonate 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CH(COOEt) 2 


ij 


225 


.... 


Conrad and Bischofl 


B., 13, 600 


38, 628 


u N 


JJ 





MB 


.... 


Guthzeit 


A., 209, 236 


42, 39 


pimelate 


C 5 H 10 .(COOEt)., 


n 


185 


Liquid 


Marsh 


A., 104, 125 


iv., 646 








M 


236-240 


Liquid 


Kachler 


A., 169, 172 


27, 155 


Dimethylic azeleate 


C 7 H 14 .(COOMe), 


I) 


260 d. 




.... 


Z. C. [1865], 298 




Methylic hydrogensebate .... 


C 8 H 16 .COOH.COOMe 


) 


.... 


abt. 60 


Neison 




29, 317 


Brasaylic acid 


C 9 H 1S .(COOH) 3 


J 


.... 


108-5 


Haussknecht 


A., 143, 48 


vi., 367 


Glycerol dibutyrate 


C 3 H 5 .(OH)(O.C 4 H 7 0) 2 


C n H 20 0, 


320 


b.-40 


Berthelot 


A. C. [3], 41, 264 


i., 696 


Acetonaloxyisobutyric acid.... 


CMe 2 (O.CMe 2 .COOH), 


CnH^O, 


192-200 


.... 


Willgerodt 


B., 15, 2311 




Diacetodiethylpropylphycite 


C 3 H 4 (OEt) 2 (OAc)., 


n 


abt. 210 


.... 


Carius 


A., 134, 71 


v., 895 


Euodic aldehyde 


C 10 H 21 .COH 


CnH^O 


213 


s. 7 


Williams 


P. T. [1858], 1, 99 


v., 133 


Diainyl ketone (caprone) 


CO(C 5 H n ) 2 


)) 


165 


Liquid 


Brazier & Gossleth 


A., 75, 257 


i., 744 


n i 


IJ 





220-221 




Schmidt 


B., 5, 602 


vii., 251 ; 
















25, 892 


j 11 





A 


222 


s. 12 


Limpricht 


A., 108, 185 


i., 698 


11 51 


CO(CH 2 .CH,,CH : ,.CH 2 Me) 2 


i 


226-3 (740) 


14-6 


Lieben & Janecek 


A., 187, 134 


32, 880 


Nouylmethyl ketone 


Me.CO.0 9 H 10 


n 


223-224 


15-16 


Gorup-Besanez and 


Z.C.,13, 290 ;B., 


vii., 808; 24, 387 












Grimm 


3,518; A., 157, 
















275 










?i 


224-225 


.... 


11 





H 1 


*> "** 


11 


R 


225-226 


15 


Giesecke 


Z. C., 6, 429 


51 


,, .... 


Me.CO.(CH 2 ) s .CH 3 


)) 


161 (100) 


13 


Krafft 


B., 15, 1709 


42, 1272 


From oil of wine 


.... 


J) 


218-219 






J. p. [2], 23, 457 




Nonylic acetate 


CH 3 .COOC,H 19 


CuHj,O 2 


207-213 






Z. C. [1870], 404 













208-212 


Liquid 


Pelouze & Cahours 


J. [1863], 529 


iv., 134 


Amylic caproate 


C 6 H 11 .COO.C 6 H 11 


) 


211 


Liquid 


Brazier & Gossleth 


J., 3, 400 


i., 744 


Isoamylic caproate 


Pr/3.(CH 2 ),,.COO.(CH,,) 2 .Pr9 


i 


215-220 


.... 




A., 142, 18 




Ethylic nonylate 


CHMe 2 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.COOEt 


)) 


213-215 c. 


Liquid 


Kullhem 


A., 173, 328 


vii., 898; 28, 354 


11 


C 8 H 17 .COOEt 


?j 


216-218 


Liquid 


Cahours 


J., 3, 401 


iv., 371 


(pelargonate) 


JJ 


i 


224 




Delffs 


J., 7, 26 




i) i) " 


)) 


i 


226-228 c. 


.... 


Perkin 




45, 503 


1 1> 11 


CH 3 .(CH 2 )..COOEt or 


n 


227-228 (757) 


Liquid 


Franchimont and 


A., 164, 338 ; B., 


7ii.,898; 25,301 




Pr0.(CH 2 ) 5 .COOEt 








Zinck<i 


5, 19 




Methylic caprate (iso) 


C 9 H 19 .COOMe 


n 


223-224 


Liquid 


Grimm 


A., 157, 264 


4,360; vii., 249 


Undecylic acid 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 9 .COOH 


11 


212-5 (100) 


28 


Krafft 


B., 15, 1687 


42, 1272 


11 


JJ 





213 (100) 


28-5 


ts 


B., 12, 1664 


38, 34 


.... 


)I 


M 


SS8 (160) 


28-5 





B., U, 2219 


36, 307 


(umbellulic)... 




11 


270-275 u. c. 


21-23 


Stillmann & O'Neill 


A. C. J., 4, 206 


42, 1186 








p. d. (760) ; 
















208-211 
















(100) 










11 11 


(Me 3 0)., : CMe.COOH 


11 


226 c. 


66-70 


Butlerow 


B., 12,1482; J. R., 


38, 230 














11, 203 





240 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


MeHing 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J.Ch. Soc. 


Diamylic carbonate 


(CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 ) 2 .C0 3 


CnHsA 


224-225 


Liquid 


Medlock 


J., 2, 430 


i., 800 ; 1, 368 





D 





226 




Bruce 


J., 5, 605 


6, 132 











228-7 


Liquid 


Rose 


A., 205, 232 


40, 252 


Ethylic ethylisomyloxylate .... 


CEt(C i H n )(OH).COOEt 


,, 


224-2S5 


Liquid 


Franklaud & Duppa 


A., 142,6; P. T. 


iv., 276 














[1866], 309 













222-226 


.... 




Z. C. [1866], 491 




Isoaniylic diethoxalate 


OEt 2 OH.COO.C 5 H n 





225 


Liquid 


Frankland & Duppa 


P. T.f 1866], 1309; 


iv., 274 














J., 18,380; A., 
















142, 15 




Hendecatyl alcohol 


Me.CH(OH).C,,H 19 


C U H 24 


228-229 


Liquid 


Giesecke 


Z. C., 6, 431 


vii., 808 


J 







245-255 




.... 


Z. C. [1870], 404 




Tetraethylpropylphycite 


C 3 H 4 (OEt) 4 


C,,H 24 4 


150-160 


Liquid 


Carius 


A., 134, 71 


v., 895 


From combustion of ether .... 


.... 


C 11 H 3321 ( ? ) 




51 


Legler 


A., 217, 385 


44, 860 


Erythrin 




C 12 H 4 6 


.... 


137 


Hesse 


.... 


iv., 641 


Naphthoic anhydride 


i i 


C 12 H 6 O 3 




266 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 26, 241 


31, 208 





)! 







266 


Behr and Van Dorp 


A., 172, 267 


27, 1168 


Diphenylene oxide 


C 6 H 4 .O.C 6 H 4 =1.2 ; 1.2 


C 12 H 8 


278-388 


Solid 


Grsebe 


B., 7, 397, 1629 


27,798; 28,455 





>, 





275 


80-81 


Hofmeister 


A., 159, 211 







J) 







80 


Lesimple 


A., 138, 375 


vii., 436 





'5 )> 







80 


Niederhausern 


B., 15, 1121 







J 





.... 


80-81 


Goldschmidt and 


M. C., 3, 133 


42, 617 












Herzig 






., 


JI 





280-283 u. c. 


80-81 


Goldschmidt and 


W. A., 83, 7 


40, 824 












Schidt 






.... 


= 1.4; 1.4 





.... 


99 


Goldschmidt and 


M. C., 3, 133 


42,617 












Herzig 






? 


.... 


C 12 H 8 O, 


.... 


209-211 


Gabriel 


B., 14, 927 


40, 733 


a-Naphthylglyoxylic acid .... 


C 10 H 7 .CO.COOH 


C 12 H 8 3 


.... 


113-5 


Boessneck 


B., 16, 640 


44,808 


Benzofuril 


.... 







41 


E. Fischer 


A., 211, 229 


42, 500 


Naphthalene diearboxylic 


C 10 H 6 (COOH) 2 


C 12 H 8 4 




n. f. 240 


Darmstadter and 


B., 2, 358; J. 


vi., 852 ; vii., 


acid 










Wichelhaus 


[1869], 477 


428 











.... 


266 


Behr and Van Dorp 


B., 6, 60 


26, 632; vii., 842 


- 








.... 


m. a. 300 d. 


Ebert and Merz 


B., 9, 607 


30,409 


ft- I) 


n 





.... 


m. a. 300 d. 


i) D 


n 





:, 


=0A; 





d.lOOforming 


.... 


Behr and Van Dorp 


A., 172, 265 


27, 1168 








anhydride 










Luteolin 


.... 


C 12 H 3 O 5 




a. 320 


.... 


A., 100, 180; 
















Z. C. [1866], 602 




Diphenyl oxide 


(C 6 H 5 ) 2 


C J2 H 10 




27-28 


Richter 


J. p. [2], 28, 273 


46, 326 


.... 


.. 





246 


28 


Hoffmeister 


B., 3, 747 ; A., 


vii., 941 














159, 200 




.' 


11 





248 


28 





Z. C. [2], 7, 24 


24, 124 





M 


j 


249 


.... 


Gladstone & Tribe 




41,6 


.. 


a 





252-254 


28 


Merz and Weith 


B., 14, 188 












253 


.... 


Niederhausern 


B., 15, 1124 




Hydroxydiphenyl 


C 6 H 6 .C 6 H,OH=1. ? 





.... 


Solid 


Osten 


B., 7, 173 


27, 581 





=1.4 







151-152 


.... 


A, 209, 348 







=1.4 (?) 





305-308 


164-165 


Latschinoff 


B., 6, 194 ; J. R., 


26, 750 














5, 52 




? 


.... 





294-296 


Liquid 


Schwarz 


B., 14, 1524 




Dihydroxydiphenyl (di- 


(C 6 H 4 .OH) 2 =1.2; 1.2 


C 12 H 10 O 2 




98 


Hodgkinson and 


B., 16, 1103 


43, 169 


phenol) 










Matthews 






" 


= 1.2; 1.? 





310-330 (150) 


123 


Earth and Schreder 


B., 11, 1334 


36,64 


a - >, 


= 1.2; 1.4 





.... 


156-158 


Lincke 


J. p. [2], 8, 46 


27, 373 


8 - 








.... 


156-158 


Griess 


P. T., 154, 719 


29, 932 


6 " 


.. 





.... 


156-158 


Herzig 


B., 13, 2233 ; 
















W. A., 82, 500 




*- 










156-158 


Schmidt & Schultz 


B., 11, 1754 


36, 252 


S " " " 


,, 





342 


161 


>! 1! 


B., 12, 497 


36, 651 


>, 


)> 


" 


345 


161 


" 


B., 12, 498 


36, 653 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



241 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


8-Dihydroxydiphenyl (di- 


(C 6 H 4 .OH) 3 =1.2 ; 1.4 


C 12 H 10 2 


342 




Schultz, Schmidt 


A., 207, 348 


40, 912 


phenol) 










and Strasser 






- 11 11 


=1.4; ? 





.... 


190 


Earth and Schrede 


B., 11, 1336 


36, 66 


y- ,, i, 


=1.4; 1.4 





m. a. 360 


272 


Schmidt & Schultz 


B., 12, 493 


36, 651 


y- 11 i. 


11 11 







272 


11 n 





36, 653 


y- 11 11 


i, ,i 





m. a. 360 


272 


11 11 


A., 207, 334 


40, 910 


y- .1 


)5 J) 





.... 


272 


11 11 





,1 


11 11 


= ? 





340-350 


.... 


Earth 


Z. C. [2], 7, 18 


24, 122 


,1 11 


C 6 H 5 .C 6 H 3 .(OH) 2 = ? 







269-270 


Dffibner 


B., 9, 130 


29, 932 


i, 11 


= 





.... 


269-270 


Engelhardt and 


Z. C. [1871], 261 














Latschinoff 






u 11 


1 = 1 


,, 




270 


Magatti 


B., 12, 1863 


38, 250 


a-Acetoxynaphthalene , 


C 10 H r .OAc 





.... 


Liquid 


Schaffer 


B., 2, 131 ; Z. C. 


vi., 859 














[2], 5, 395 




a- 


i, 





.... 


Liquid 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 225 


31, 607 


- i, 










Liquid 


Watson Smith 




32, 563 


- n 










44 


Schaffer 


A., 152, 288 




a- 11 





51 




46 




A., 209, 150; 
















208, 248 




a- 11 


a 


I) 


.... 


49 


Tassinari 


B., 13, 2420 ; 


40, 280 














G. I., 10, 491 




ft- 








.... 


60 


Schaffer 


B., 2, 131 ; Z. C. 


vi., 859 














[2], 5, 395 




p- 










60 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 225 


31, 607 


/3- 










60 


Watson Smith 


.... 


32, 563 


ft- n 


n 







70 


Schaffer 


A., 152, 288 ; 209 
















150 




Methylic (3-naphthoate 


C 10 H 7 .COOMe 





abt. 290 


77 


Vieth 


A., 180, 319 


30, 86 


a-Napthyl acetic acid 


C 10 H 7 .CH 2 .COOH 





.... 


131 


Bcessneck 


B., 16, 641 


44, 808 


Guajenquinone 


.... 







121-122 


.... 


M. C., 1, 605 




Benzofuroin .... 


CHPh(OH).CO.C 4 H 3 O or 


C 12 H 10 O 3 




1Q7 1QQ 


E. Fischer 


B., 13, 1339 ; A. 


38, 798 ; 42, 










J.O t 1 . ' 










Ph.CO.CH(OH).C 4 H 3 O 










211, 228 


500 


a-Ethoxynaphthoquinone .... 


C 10 H 5 .OEt:0 2 


C 12 H 10 O 3 




126-127 


Baltzer 


B., 14, 1900 


42, 204 


Tetrahydronaphthalene di- 
carboxylic anhydride 


/CH^CH.CCk 
C 6 H/ | >0=1.2 
X CH 2 .CH.CO / 


" 




184 


Baeyer and Perk in 


B., 17, 450 


46, 907 


? acid 


.... 







114-115 


Paal 


B., 16, 2869 


46, 599 


? 


C 12 H 12 3 ? 





.... 


179 ; 169 


Weltner 


B., 17, 70 


46, 746 


Trihydroxydiphenyl 


C 6 H 4 (OH).C 6 H 3 .(OH) 2 







180 


Sodgkinson and 


B., 16, 1103 


43, 167 




= 1.2 ; 1.2.(4 1) 








Matthews 






11 


=1.2 ; 1.2.(6 ?) 







204-205 


11 11 





11 


Benzofurilic acid 


.... 


C 12 H 10 O 4 


.... 


108 


E. Fischer 


A., 211, 231 


42, 500 


Piperic acid .... 


CH 2 : 2 : C 6 H 3 .C 4 H 4 .COOH 




oh 9OO 


10 


Babo and J^eller 




iv., 653 








&U, A\J\J 


.U\J 

Ol * OT 7 . 


^ittif and JVTiGlck 


A., 152, 27 


vi., 946 




5) 






a. f. 212-213 
















216-217 


orenz 


3., 14, 788 


40, 728 


Acetyl 0-methylumbelli- 


C 6 H 3 (OAc)CMe : CH.CO.O 


" 




150 


'echmann and 


B., 16, 2119 


46, 66 




i i 














ferone 










Duisberg 






Homoacetoxycoumarin 


C 6 H 2 Me(OAc)(CH) 2 .CO.O 


n 




126 


fiemann and Hel- 


B., 12, 1002 


36, 720 




i i 
























kenberg 






Tetrahydroxydiphenyl 


C I2 H 6 (OH) 4 


,, 




84 


Barth and Schreder 


B., 11, 1336 


36, 65 


11 .... 


C 6 H 3 (OH) 2 ] 2 =(1.3.5) 2 


n 


.... 


n. f. 250 


11 11 


B., 12, 503 


36, 634 


Eesoquinone 








abt. 90 d. 


\ T K't /1\ I 


B., 12, 1982 


38, 247 


Sappanin 




" 


.... 


9O1 9fi9 n f* 




B., 12, 506 




Baphiin 




" 




_ i ' i _;_ LI. O. 
"ht 9AO 


ar 
iLnderson 


r. [1876], 896 


30, 583 










'ii , ^\ i\ i 








Acetyl furoin.. . 


C 10 H 7 O 4 .Ac 


^ TT n 




-_ 


V 1 


B. 13 1336 


38, 798 






-^12 10 5 


.... 


/ O 


. iscner 














7_77 


-i -p- i-p 


A., 211, 221 


42, 499 


From chloral hydrate re- 


C s H 4 O.(OAc) 2 


I 




u / i 
120 


Vlichael and Comey 


A. C. J., 5, 349 


46, 598 


sorcinol 
















Hexahydroxy diphenyl 


C 12 H 4 (OH) 6 


C 12 H 10 O 6 




70 


Cobenzl 


AI. C., 1, 670 


42,405 


y- 11 i, 








.... 


d. 230 


arth & Goldschmidt 


B., 12, 1249 


36, 931 


P- 


,, 


D 




d. 250 


11 n 


B., 12, 1244 


11 
n , 



2i 



242 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


a-Hexahydroxy diphenyl .... 


C 12 H 4 (OH), 


C 12 H 10 6 


.... 


? 





A., 169, 241 




a-Ethoxynaphthalene 


C 10 H 7 .OEt 


C 12 H 12 


.... 


Liquid 


Lieberruann 


A., 183, 225 


31, 607 


a- 


J 





270 u. c. 


.... 


Liebermann&Hagen 


B., 15, 1428 




a- 





J) 


272 u. c. ; 


1. 5 


Schaffer 


A., 152, 287 ; 


vi., 859 








280-7 c. 






Z. C. [2], 5, 395 




/9- 


)> 


)1 




33 








T) 


0- 





JJ 




33 


Liebennann 


A., 183, 225 


31, 607 


0- 








274-275 u.c. 


S3 


Liebermann and 


B., 15, 1428 














Hagen 






Ethylnaphthol 


C^EtOH 


)) 


.... 


98 


Marchetti 


G. I., 11, 439 


42, 410 


Dimethylnaphthol .... 


C 10 H B Me 2 .OH 


)J 




134 


Cannjzzaro 


G. I., 13, 385 


46, 328 





J 







135 


Cannizzaro and 


B., 12, 1575 














Carnelutti 









JJ 


5) 


.... 


135-136 


v 


B.,16,428;G.L, 


44,79 














12, 393 




Cinnamenylcrotonic acid 


C 6 H 5 .CH : CH.C 3 H 4 .COOH 


C 12 H 12 2 




157-158 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 792 


31, 406 


Valeric coumarin 


C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 3 O.CO 


i) 


301 p. d. 


54 


jj 


A., 147, 235 


21, 472 ; vi., 




1 I 




























501 


Dimethoxynaphthalene 


C 10 H 6 (OMe) 2 


jj 




134 


Weber 


B., 14, 2209 


42, 205 


Oxidation of dimethylnaph- 


.... 


i 


.... 


104-105 


Cannizzaro and 


G. L, 12, 393; 


44, 79 


thol 










Carnelutti 


B., 16, 428 




From pyroguajacol 


.... 


3) 




202 


Wieser 


M. C., 1, 606 


40, 813 


Allylbenzoylacetic acid 


CH 2 : CH.CH 2 .CHBz.COOH 


C 12 H ]2 O, 




122-125 


Baeyer and Perkin 


B., 16, 2128 


46,64 





)) 


si 




122-125 


Perkin 




45, 186 


Benzoyltetramethyleue carb- 


CH 2 .(CH 2 ) 2 .CBz.COOH 


)j 




143 


ji 


B., 16, 1787 


44, 1084 




i i 














oxylic aciu 
















? acid 


C 12 H 10 O 3 ? 






179 ; 169 


Weltner 


B., 17, 70 


46, 746 


Pencedanin (imperatorin) ... 


C 24 H 24 0, ; or, C lfi H 16 O 4 (?) 







75 




A., 5, 201 


iv., 386 





.... 







75 


Osann and Wacken- 


.... 


27, 907 












roder 






j* 


.... 







75 


Bothe 


A., 176, 70 


28, 772 


M I? 


.... 


JJ 




76 


Heut 


A., 174, 67 





)>' )! 


.... 







78 


? 


? 














81-82 


. ? 


? 




Plienylhonioparaconic acid ... 


. COCHPh . 


C 12 H 12 4 




177 


Fittig 


B., 14, 1825 


42, 190 




CO CH.COOH 
















CHMe 

















)! 







177 


Penfield 


A., 216, 119 


44, 473 


Aeetophenoueacetoacetic acid 


CH 3 Bz.CHAc.COOH 







130-140 


Paal 


B., 16, 2865 


46, 599 


a-Hydropiperic acid 


.... 


i 




63-64 


Foster 


A., 124, 115 


15, 19; Iv., 665 


- >j 


.... 







70-5-71-5 




A., 152, 56; 159, 
















140 




- !) 




) 




75-76 


Lorenz 


B., 14, 788 


40, 728 


0- ,! ), 


.... 


)> 




78 


Buri 


A., 216, 172 


44, 485 


3- ,, 




)5 




130-131 


j) 


J> 





Methylenedioxyphenylan- 


CH 2 :o 2 :c 6 H 3 .OH:cEt. 


5) 


.... 


120-160 


Lorenz 


B., 14, 786 


40, 728 


gelic acid 


COOH 














Tetrahydronaphthalene di- 


. CH 2 .CH.COOH 


) 




199 


Baeyer and Perkin 


B., 17, 450 


46, 908 


carboxylic acid 


C 6 H 4 
CH 2 .CH.COOH 














Phenylacetosuccinic acid 


COOH.CHAc.CHPh.COOH 


C 12 H 12 6 




120-121 


Weltner 


B., 17, 66 


46, 746 


? acid 


C 6 H 2 .(OMe) 2 .(CH : CH.COH) 







162-163 


Wassermann 


C. E., 88, 1206 


36, 790 




(COOH) 














Pyrousnic acid 


C 9 H 8 4 ? 


> 




195 p. d. 


Paternd 


B., 9, 345 


30, 203 







5J 




205 





G. I. [1882], 231 


42, 1080 


i 




JJ 




197 


Salkowski 


B., 8, 1461 




Acetoferulic acid 


(CH : CH.COOH).OMe.OAc 


)) 




196-197 


Nagai 


B., 11, 647 


34,579 




=1.3.4 














Acetoisoferulic acid 


= 1.4.3 


)> 




199 


Tiemann and Will 


B., 14, 963 




Murrayetin 









110 




Z. C. [1869], 317 




Methylic trimellitate 


C 6 H 3 .(COOMe) 3 .=1.3.5 


CH M 0. 




63-65 


Baeyer 


A., 146, 325 


vii., 785 


Dimethylic acetoxytereph- 


C 6 H 3 (COOMe) 2 .OAc=1.4.? 


D 


.... 


76 


Burkhardt 


B., 10, 147 


32,337 


thalate 

















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



243 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diaceto-a-homoprotocate- 


(CH 2 .COOHXOAc) 2 =1.3.4 


C 12 H 12 6 




89-90 


Nagai 


B., 11, 658 


34, 579 


chuic acid 
















Ethylic diacetoxycomenate.. 


C 6 HO 2 (OAc) 2 COOEt 


C 12 H 12 8 




75 


Eeibstein 


J. p. [2], 24, 287 


42, 197 


Physodin 








125 


Gerding 


N.Br. Arch., 87,1 


iv., 635 


Pyrogalloltriglycollic acid ... 


C 6 H 3 (OCH 2 .COOH) 3 =1.2.4 


>J 

C 12 H 12 O 9 




198 


Giacosa 


J. p. [2], 19, 396 


36, 930 


Dimethyldihydronaphthol ... 


C 10 H 7 .Me 2 .OH 


C 12 H 14 




113 


Cannizzaro 


G. I., 13, 385 


46, 328 


Ethylphenylacetyleneacetate 


C 6 H 5 .CH : CEt (OAc) ; or, 


C 12 H 14 O 2 


223-230 


Liquid 


Morgan 


J. [1876], 398 


29, 163 




Et.CH : CPh(OAc) 














Propylic cinnamate 


C 6 H S .CH : CH.COOPr* 


j 


283-284 


Liquid 


Anschiitz and Kin- 


B., 11, 1220 


34, 981 












nicutt 






.... 







285-1 


Liquid 


Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


Diethylphthalylketone 


C 6 H 4 .(COEt) 2 =1.2 


ji 




52 




A., 143, 262 




Cumenylacrylic acid 


C 6 H 4 Pr.CH : CH.COOH 


jj 




29 


Baeyerand Jackson 


B., 13, 115 


38, 407 


jj >. 


C,H 4 Pr.CH : CH.COOH 


)> 


.... 


157-158 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 790 


31, 397 


Phenolhydrate 


2Ph(OH)+H 2 O 


Ci 2 H 14 O 3 


.... 


16 


Calvert 


B. S. [2], 35, 379 


40, 723 


Isobutylic benzoylformate ... 


Ph.CO.COO.CH 2 .CHMe 


j) 


170-174(38) 




Claisen 


B., 12, 629 


36, 648 


Ethylic allyloxybenzoic acid 


C 6 H,.OC 3 H 5 .COOEt=1.3 


>i 


283-285 


Crystalline 


Scichilone 


G. I., 12, 449 ; 


44,336 














B., 16, 796 







=1.4 


)* 


260 


109 


j 


i 


1J 


Methylic a-methoxyphenyl- 


OMe.(C s H 4 .COOMe)=1.2 


u 


274-275 


Liquid 


Perkin 


.... 


39, 430 


crotonate 
















ft- )i 





M 


286 


Liquid 





.... 


39, 435 


/3-Ethoxyphenylcrotonic acid 


OEt.(C 3 H 4 .COOH)=1.2 


ii 




133 





.... 


39, 439 


a-Methoxyphenylangelic acid 


OMe.(C 4 H 6 .COOH) =1.2 





.... 


88 


>* 


.... 


39, 436 


"' it it 


" 11 


t> 




105 





.... 


39, 437 


0- 


11 11 


11 




abt. 105 





J. [1877], 792 


31, 417 


> 


=1.4 


5) 




123-124 


j 


.... 


31, 413 


Eugenolacetate 


(CH:CH.CH 3 )OCH 3 .OAc 


n 


270 


Liquid 


Tiemann 


B., 9, 53 


29, 711 




= 1.3.4 ; or 1.4.3 














i, ...... 


) 


i 




30-31 


Tiemann and Nagai 


B., 10, 202 


32, 339 


Thymodialdehyde 


Me.Pr.OH.(CHO)j 


i 


.... 


80 


Kobek 


B., 16, 2096 


46,57 




=1.4.3.6.(2 or 5) 














Phenylglycol diacetate 


Ph.CH(OAc).CH 2 (OAc) 


C 12 H 14 O 4 




Liquid 


Wachendorff and 


B., 10, 1004 


32, 614 













Zincke 












n 


274(755); 






A., 216, 295 










183-185 (25) 










Ethylic acetylmandelate 


Ph.CH(OAc).COOEt 


n 


.... 


73-5-74 




A., 139, 302 




benzolactate 


CH 3 .CH(OBz).COOEt 


) 


288 c. 


Liquid 


Wislicenus 


A., 133, 272 


vi., 772 


Diethylic phthalate .... 


(COOEt) 2 .=1.2 





288 u. c. ; 


Liquid 


Grsebe and Born 


J. [1866], 411 ; 


vi., 942 








295 c. 






A., 142, 344 










ji 


294 e. (734) 


Liquid 


Grebe 


B., 16, 861 




Diethylic isophthalate 


=1.3 


i 


285 


s. 


Storrs and Fittig 


A., 153, 284 


vii., 978 


terephthalate 


=1.4 


?i 




44 


Beilstein 


A..,121,89; 132,269 


v., 727 


j 


) 11 





.... 


44 


Grimaux 


A. C. [4], 26, 331 


25, 817 


Dipropionyl quinol 


' 6 H 4 (O.CO.C 2 H 5 ) 2 =1.4 


11 


.... 


113 


Hesse 


A., 200, 246 


38, 317 


Phthalyl diacetate 


C 6 H 4 (CH 2 OAc) 2 =1.2 


)) 


.... 


37 


Hessert 


B., 12, 647 


36, 634 


Terephthalyl diacetate 


=1.4 


11 




47 


Grimaux 


A., 155, 342; A. C. 


25, 817 














[4], 26, 331 




Diraethylic xylenate 


C 6 H 4 (CH 2 .COOMe) 2 =1.4 







56-5-57 


Klippert 


B., 9, 17, 68 


31, 468 


Eugenoxyacetic acid 


C 6 H 3 (OMeXCH 2 : CH.CH 2 ) 


n 




80-81 


Sarrbach 


J. p. [2], 21, 158 


38, 393 




(O.CH 2 COOH) 














Methylic dimethylcaffeate .... 


C 6 H 3 .(CH:CH.COOMe) 


n 


.... 


64 


riemann and Will 


B., 14, 959 


40, 740 




(OMe)j=1.3.4 














Methylic dimethoxyumbel- 


C 6 H 3 (CH : CH.COOMe) 


i 




87 


* 


B., 15, 2080 


44,200 


late 


(OMe) 2 =1.2.4 














Methylhoraoferulic acid 


C 6 H 3 (CH : CMe.COOH) 


11 




140-141 


Tiemaiin and Kraaz 


B., 15, 2071 


44, 198 




(OMe), 














Diacetoxyxylene 


C 6 H 2 Me 2 (OAc), 


n 




45 


PfaflF 


B., 16, 1135 


44, 918 


Methyleugetic acid 


C 6 H 2 (OMe) 2 .C 3 H i .COOH 


11 




180 


Wassermann 


C. R., 88, 1206 


36, 790 


Piperhydronic acid .... 




i 




96 


Buri 


A., 216, 178 


44, 485 


Apiol .. 






300 


JO 


jrericliten 


B., 9, 1478 


31, 326 






)i 













244 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diethylic hydroxyisophtha- 


(COOEt) 2 .OH=1.3.2 


C 12 H 14 6 




Liquid 


O. Miller 


A., 208, 247 


42,405 


late 
















11 11 


=1.3.4 





.... 


52 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 380 


34, 583 


11 


11 11 


ii 




52 


Ost 


J. p. [2], 14, 108 


30, 522 


11 11 


=1.3.5 


ii 




103 


Heine 


B., 13, 496 


38, 550 


11 ii 


1) )J 





.... 


104 




M. C., 1, 439 -. 
















J. p. [2], 25, 515 




Ethylic opianate 


. C 9 H 9 O 3 .COOEt 


11 




88 


Matthiessen & Foste 


r 16, 345 


iv., 206 


ii 11 










92 


Wohler 


A., 44, 126 




11 11 


11 


11 




92-2 




A., 50, 5 ; 86, 19' 


t 


Dimethyl rhamnetiu 


. Ci H 8 O 5 .Me3 


ii 




156-157 


Liebermann and 


B., 11, 1622 


36, 272 












Hermann 






Trimethoxyo3sculetic acid ... 


. C 6 H,,(CH:CH.COOHXOMe) 


i 11 




168 


Tiemann and Wi 


B., 15, 2082 


44, 200 


Methoxybenzaldehyde + ace- 


Ac 2 O+(C 6 H 4 .OMe.CHO) 







75 




A., 146, 372 




tic anhydride 


=1.2 














Picrotoxin 


C 9 H 10 4 ? 







170 


Blyth 




33, 317 






Ci 6 H 16 6 ? 







192 


Apjohn 


C. N., 33, 265 


30, 533 






C 30 H 34 O 13 ? 







199-200 


Patern6 & Oglialo 


G. L, 6, 531 ; B., 


31, 719 


" 














12, 685 






11 





.... 


200 


11 11 


B., 14, 539 








C 36H 40 16 1 





.... 


199-200 


Schmidt and Low 


B., 14, 818 


40, 740 














enhardt 






i, .... .... ... 


.... 





.... 


201 


Barth and Kretsch 


W. A., 81, 7 




Diethylic phenyldioxycar- 


C 6 H 4 (0,COOEt) 2 =1.4 


C 12 H 14 O 6 




101 


Bender 


B., 13, 697 


40, 48 


bouate 
















Diethylic quinolhydrodicar- 


.. 


n 




133-133-5 


Hermann 


A., 211, 327 


42, 714 


boxylate 
















11 11 11 


.... 







133 


Duisberg 


B., 16, 135 




11 11 11 







.... 


133 


Wedel 


A., 219, 71 


46, 834 


Monethylic hemipinate 


.... 


i, 




132-2 


.... 


A., 86, 195 




11 11 




,, 


.... 


141-142 




M. G, 3, 370 




. Dimethoxydiacetoxybenzene 


C 6 H 2 .(OMe) 2 (OAc) 2 






128; 132-133 


Hofmann 


B., 11, 333 




Tetric acid 


3C 4 H 4 O 2 .H 2 O 


C 12 H 14 O 7 


262 


189 

1 OQ 


Pawlow 


B., 16, 486 


44, 730 




Ethylic carbogallate 


.... 


" 




loy 
116-5 


Demarcay 


C. R., 88, 126 
J. p. [2], 17, 164 


36, 457 


Oxytetric acid 


3(C 4 H 4 3 ).H 3 


C 12 H 14 O 10 




203-204 


Demargay 


C. R., 88, 289 


36, 458 


Diethyl acetophenone 


Ph.CO.CHEt 2 


C 12 H 16 


abt. 280 pd. 
229-231 


203-204 
Liquid 


11 
Baeyer and Perkin 


B. S. [2], 33, 575 
B., 16, 2131 


40, 255 
46,63 


11 11 .... .... 
Amylic benzoate 


C 6 H 5 .COO(CHMe.CHMe,) 


Ci 2 H 16 2 


229-231(710) 
abt. 240 


I. 
Liquid 


Perkin 
Wurtz 


A. C. [4], 3, 137 


45, 185 
vi., 113 


11 11 


CjHs.COO^H,,) 





260-7(745-6) 


Liquid 


Kopp 


A., 94, 311 


i., 553 


" " 





11 


252-254 


.... 


Rieckher 


J., 1, 699 




11 11 







261 




Troost 


G. J. C., 1879 




Isobutylic phenylacetate .... 
Propylic phenylpropionate .... 
Butylacetoxybenzene 
Methylic isobutylbenzoate .... 
Ethylic cuminate 
Hydrocumenyl acrylic acid.... 
Thymol acetate 


C 6 H 5 .CH 2 .COO.CH 2 .CHMe 2 
Ph.C 2 H 4 .COOPr 
C 6 H 4 .C 4 H,,.OAc 
C 6 H 4 .C 4 H 9 .COOMe=1.4 
C 6 .H 4 .Pr.COOEt 
C 6 H 4 .Pr.(CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH) 
Pr.Me.OAc=? 


11 
11 


147 c. 

262-1 

245 
247 
240 

a. 236 


Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 
70 
Liquid 


Hodgkinson 
Weger 
Studer 
Pahl 
Gerhardt & Caliours 
Perkin 
Czumpelik 


A., 221, 61 
B., 14, 2187 
B., 17, 1232 
A., 38, 81 
J., 1877, 791 
B., 3, 483 


37, 485 
46, 11 
42, 176 

46, 1010 
ii., 181 
31,400 
vii., 420 


11 11 


?.1.3 


ii 


239-241(743) 


Liquid 


Mazzara 


B., 16, 243; G.I. 


42, 1199 














[1882], 333 




11 11 
11 11 (natural) .... 


Pr.Me.OAe=2 





244-245 

244-7 


Liquid 


Febve 
Paterno 


C. R., 92, 1290 
G.I. [1875], 13; 


42, 524 
38, 638 


(from cymene) 






245-8 






B., 8, 71 




Ethylic eugenate (ethyl eu- 


(CH : CHMe).OMe.OEt=? 




240 


.... 


11 
Dahours 


11 
A.., 158, 284 ;Z. C. v 


ii., 494; 24, 705 


(rpnnn 
















gcinjiy 












[1866], 466 




11 11 ,1 


11 




ibt. 240 


Liquid 




A.., 108, 324 J 


i., 604 


11 11 


ii 11 




251 


( 


Truebe & Borgmann 


A.., 158, 282 v 


ii., 494; 24, 705 


11 11 


11 11 




251 u.c. 


< 


Jhurch 




!8, 116 


11 11 


=1.3.4; or 1.4.3 




152-254 




Wassermann 


A., 179, 375 i 


!9, 706 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



245 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic eugenate (ethyl eu- 


polymer 


C 12 H 16 O 2 




125 


Wassermann 


A., 179, 376 


29, 706 


genuol 
















Isobutyltoluic acid 


Me.C 4 H 9 .COOH=U.2 


i) 


.... 


140 


Effront 


B., 17, 419 


46, 900 


Methyl thymotic aldehyde .. 


C 6 H 2 .Me.Pr.OMe.CHO 


j) 


270 


Liquid 


Kobek 


B., 16, 2096 


46, 56 




=1.4.3.6 














Thymoil 


.... 





235 pd. 


48 


Lallemand 


A. C., 49, 160 


v., 792 


Amylic salicylate 


OH.(COOC 6 H n )=1.2 


C 12 H 16 O 3 


270 


.... 


Briihl 


B., 12, 197 


36, 499 


11 


11 i) 





270 


Liquid 


Drion 


A., 92, 513 


v., 166 


Ethylic oxycuminate 


COOEt.OH.Pr=1.3.4 





.... 


73-75 


Earth 


B., 11, 1575 


36, 158 


Ethoxycuminic acid 


COOH.OEt.Pr= 1.3.4 







140 


Lipmann & Lange 


B., 13, 1662 


40, 276 


Thymol glycollic acid 


Me.Pr a .(O.CH 2 .COOH) 


j> 




147-148 


Spica 


G. I., 10, 340 


38, 888 




=1.4.5 














ii i> ii 





n 


.... 


148 


Saarbach 


J. p. [2], 21, 159 


38, 393 


Carvacrol glycollic acid 


=1.4.6 


1) 




149 


Spica 


G. I., 10, 340 


38, 889 


Methylthymotic acid 


Me.Pr.OMe.COOH=1.4.3.6 


) 


.... 


137 


Kobek 


B., 16, 2096 


46, 56 


Acetoccerulignol 


C 9 H 10 .OMe.OAc 


n 


265 pd. 


Crystalline 


Pastrovich 


M. C., 4, 191 


44, 1006 


Asarone 


.... 


n 


296 


59 


Eizza and Butlerow 


B., 17, 1159 


46, 1159 


Ethylic cantharate 


CH 2 .O.CO 


C 12 H 16 4 


abt. 300 




Piccard 


B., 11, 2122 


36, 271 




1 / 
















H 4 .C 6 H 4 .CH.COOEt 














Methoxyhydrohomoferulic 


C 6 H 3 (CH 2 .CHMe.COOH) 


) 


.... 


58-59 


Tiemann and Kraa 


B., 15, 2072 


44, 198 


acid 


(OMe) 2 














Amylic gallate 


C 6 H 3 .(OH) 8 .COOC 6 H I1 


C 12 H 16 O 6 


.... 


139 


Ernst and Zwenger 


A., 159, 27 


vii., 539 ; 24, 
















822 


Diethylic succinylsuccinate 


CH 2 .CO.CH.COOEt 


C 12 H 16 O 6 




126-127 


Hermann 


B., 8, 1039 


29, 371 




1 1 
















CH 2 .CO.CH.COOEt 














ii ii i) 


.... 







127 


Duisberg 


B., 16, 134 




11 11 11 




)> 


.... 


128 


Kemsen 


B., 8, 1409 


29,564 


11 11 11 




5) 




133 


Fehling 


A., 49, 186 




11 11 11 


CjHACCOOEt), 


)> 


.... 


156 


Hermann 


A., 211, 306 


42, 713 


Phenol glucoside 


C 6 H 6 (OPh)(OH) 4 .CHO 


) 




171-172 


Michael 


C. R, 89, 355 


36, 1038 


Erythrite orsellinate (picro- 


.... 


C 12 H 16 O 7 




158 




A. 




erythrin) 
















Arbutin 


.... 







141-143; 162 


Schiff 


B., 14, 2561 






.... 


) 




165-166 


11 


G. I.,, 11, 99 


40, 610 








) 




a. f. 165-166 


11 


11 


11 








5) 




166-167 


11 


B., 14, 304 


40, 439 




.... .... 


1 CH(CH.OH) 4 .CH 2 O.C 6 H 4 . 


)) 




168 


itrecker 




44, 347 




OH 
















.... 





.... 


168-169 


Michael 


B., 14, 2099 








.... 


)) 




170 


Zwenger and Him- 


A., 129, 203 


vi., 190 


. 












melmann 















187 


Schiflf 


B., 15, 1841 


44,60 




Triacetyl cellulose 


C 6 H 7 2 (OAc) 3 


C 12Hl68 




232 


?ranchimont 


C. R, 92, 1053 


40, 709 


Acetyl erythrodextrin 


C 6 H 7 Ac,0 6 


11 




180 


Serzfeld 


B., 13, 267 


38, 620 


achrodextrin 





11 




180 


ii 


11 


J) 


Diethylic diacetyltrioxyma- 


COOEt.C(OAc)2.CO.COOEt 


Ci2H 16 O, 




48 


Tanatar 


B., 13, 1387 


38, 875 


leate 
















Isobutyl ethoxybenzene 


C 6 H 4 .OEt. (CH 2 .CHMe 2 ) 


C 12 H 18 


234-236 


.... 


jiebmann 


B., 14, 1843 


42, 171 


11 11 


JJ 


J 


241-242 c. 




11 


B., 15, 1991 


44, 59 


Ethyl thymol 


Me.Pr.OEt= ? 


11 


222 


liquid 




Z. C. [1865], 532; 


vi., 1090 
















[1869], 43 






= 1.4.6 


) 


228 (656-58) 




5 atern6 and Can- 


G. I., 9, 455 


8, 247 














zoneri 








Me.PrP.OEt=1.3.? 


H 


227-2-229-2 


jiquid 


Spica 


G. I., 12, 543; 


44,460 










(753-2) 






B., 16, 792 




Xylitone (xylite oil) 


.... 


> 


251-252 




'inner 


B., 15, 589 


42,942 


n n 11 




jj 


a. 200 






P. A. 


, 29 


Dipropyl resorciiiol 


C 6 H 4 (OPr) 2 =1.3 


C 12 H i9 O 2 


251 


liquid 


ariof 


B., 13, 1677 


0, 269 


Thymoilol 




11 


290 


145 


jallemand 


A. C., 49, ICO 


., 793 




Masopin 




n 




55 


Genth 


A., 46, 124 


i., 856; 30, 425 





246 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Acetyl camphor 


.... 


C 12 H 18 S 


227-230 




Baubigny 


J., 19, 624 




Authemol acetate 




J) 


234-236 






A., 195, 105 




Ethylic diallylacetoacetate ... 


CAc(CH 2 .CH : CH 2 ) 2 .COOEt 


C 12 H 1S O 3 


239-241 


Liquid 


Wolff 


B., 10, 1956 ; A., 


34, 293 














201, 47 




Triethylpyrogallol 


C 6 H 3 (OEt)3= 1.2.4 


j) 


.... 


39 


Hofmann 


B., 11. 800 


34,870 


> 


11 11 







39 


Will and Jung 


B., 17, 1089 


46, 1143 


Oxycamphor acetate 







273-5 c. 


69 


Sehrotter 


M. C. [1881], 227 


42,66 


Ethoxycamphoric anhydride 


C 8 H 13 (OEt).CO.O.CO 


C 12 H 18 O 4 


.... 


63 


Wreden 


Z. C. [2], 7, 97 ; 


24, 549 ; 25, 




i i 


























A., 163, 335 


896 


i) ii 


11 


JT 


.... 


63 


Kuchler 


Z. C., 72, 264 


vii., 236 


Cascarillin 








205 


C. and E. Mylius 


B., 6, 1052 




Diethylic diacetosuccinate ... 


COOEt.CHAc.CHAc.COOEt 


C 12 H 18 O 6 


.... 


77 


Ruegheimer 


B., 7, 892 


29, 367 


ii ii 


) 


55 




7S-79 


Harrow 


A., 201, 145 


33, 427 


Triethylic phenaconate 


C 3 H 3 (COOEt) 3 


) 


225 


Liquid 


Carius 


A. 


vi., 905 


aconitate (aconate) 


)1 


)> 


236 


Liquid 


Crasso 


A. C. [3], 1, 311; 


84, 1047 ; vii., 














J. [1871], 597 


349 


i> 11 ii 





J1 


236 


Liquid 


Gerhardt 


A., 34, 59 


i., 55 


11 11 !> 


I 


J 


250-253 (250) 


.... 


Conen 


B., 12, 1655 




11 11 i 


COOEt.CH : C(COOEt)CH 2 . 


11 


270-275 


Liquid 


Mercadante 


G. I., 1, 248 


24, 1048, vii., 




COOEt 












349 


Triethylic trimethylene tri- 


COOEt.CH.CH 2 .C(COOEt) 2 


)1 


276 


Liquid 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 17, 1185 


46, 992 


carboxylate 


1 ' 














Diethylic diacetotartarate 


C 2 H 2 (OAc) 2 (COOEt) 2 


C 12 H 18 O 3 




48 


Tanatar 


B., 13, 1387 




(inactive) 
















Diethylic diacetoracemate .... 





M 


298 d. 


50-5 


Perkin 


As., 5, 286 


v., 693; 20, 147 


diacetodextro tar- 


COOEt.CH(OAc),CH(OAc). 


jj 


288-5 c. 


63-5 


.... 


As., 5, 285 ; A., 




tarate 


COOEt 










129, 188 




11 >i 


7) )* 


55 


291-292 


66-5 


Anschutz 


B., 14, 2790 


42,831 


11 11 11 


> >> 


M 


291-292 


66-5 


Pictet 


B., 15, 2243 




11 11 11 


C 2 H 2 (OAc) 2 (COOEt)o 


?) 


294-298 p. d. 


67 


Perkin 


As., 5, 286 


v., 693; 20, 147 


Eucalyptol 




C-H-nO 


175 




Cloez 


A. 154 372 


vii 4O9 OQ 






^12 20 V 








A. P. [3], 5, 293 


vai., -tyo , <cy j 

244 


Ivaol 


C^H^Oj 


)) 


170-210 


.... 


Planta-Reichenau 


A., 155, 145 


vii., 20 


Ethylcamphor 


C 10 H 15 EtO 


)) 


226-229 ; 


Liquid 


Baubigny 


Z. C. [1866], 409 ; 


vi., 388 








226-231 






[1868] 298 ; J., 
















19, 624 




Matico-eamphor 




> 


.... 


94 


Kiigler 


B., 16, 2841 


46, 611 


From methylethylketone .... 




;> 


248-253 


Liquid 


Schramm 


B., 16, 1581 


44, 1080 


wonnseed oil 


.... 





174-175 




Volckel 


J., 6, 513 




mesityloxide 


.... 


)t 


213-217 






A., 180, 8 




Acetate of C 10 H 18 O 


From oil of tansy 


C 1:J H 2l) O 2 


abt. 220 




Bruylants 


J. Ph. [4], 26, 393 


34, 158 


Camphylic acetate 




n 


227 


24 


Montgolfier 


A. C. [5], 14, 50 


34, 894 


Acetate of C 10 H 18 O 


From coriander oil 


55 


234 




Grosser 


B., 14, 2493 




Acid from poeonia moutan .... 


.... 


,i (?) 




45 


Jagi 


A. P. [3], 13, 335 


36, 306 


From manufacture of phorone 




11 


310-320 




Pinner 


B., 15, 590 


42, 942 


AHylglyceryl ether 


C 3 H 4 (OC 3 H 5 ) 3 


n TT f\ 
^ll xl 20 v -'3 


232 


Liquid 


Berthelot and De 


A. C. [3], 43, 257 ; 


i., 143 












Luea 


A., 100, 361 




Diigobutylic fumarate 


COO(CH 2 Pri3).CH : CH.COO 


C 11 H M O < 


65-270(760); 


Liquid 


Purdie 


.... 


39, 354 




(CH 8 Pr0) 




170(160) . 










Valeral+ benzoic anhydride 


C 5 H 10 O.C 7 H 10 3 


11 


264 


111 


Kolbe and Guthrie 


A., 109, 296 


v., 974 


Ethyl camphoric acid 


.... 


1* 


196 




Malaguti 


A. C. [2], 64, 164 




Ethylic paracamphorate 


.... 


11 


270-275 


Liquid 


Chautard 


C. R., 56, 698 


vi., 390 


Oonylene diacetate 


C 8 H 14 (OAc) 2 


i) 


225 




Wertheini 


W. A. B., 47 [2], 


vi., 490 














491 




Diethylic j3-ethylacetosuc- 


COOEt.CHAc.CHEt. COOEt 


CljHjgOi 


262 


Liquid 


Jlowes 


B., 8, 1208 


29, 565 


cinate 
















ii 11 


)) 


11 


263 


Liquid 


Thorne 




39, 337 


- 


COOEt.CAcEt.CH,COOEt 





263-265 


Liquid 


Huggenberg 


B., 8, 1209 


29, 565 


" 11 


11 


11 


263-265 


Liquid 


11 


A., 192, 146 


34, 782 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



247 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Diethylic a-j3-dimethylaceto- 


COOEt.CMeAc.CHMe. 


C 12 H 20 4 


270-272 


Liquid 


Hardmuth 


A., 192, 142 


34, 782 


succinate 


COOEt 














a-methylacetoglu- 


COOEt(CH 2 ) 2 .CMeAc. 





280-281 




"Wislicenus and 


A., 192, 133 


34, 784 


tarate 


COOEt 








Limpach 






Dialdane diacetate 




5 


158-160 (20) 






C. B., 92, 1371 




Hexylglycerol triacetate 


CH 2 OAc.CHOAc.CH 2 .CH 3 . 


C 12 H 20 6 


270-280(760); 


Liquid 


Markownikoff 


B., 13, 1843 


40, 146 




CH(OAc)Me 




192-196(100) 










,, (P rim - 


C,H 11 (OAc) 3 


)) 


280-285 




.... 


J. E. [1881], 353 




and sec.) 



















C 3 H 3 MeEt(OAc) 3 





270 (745-6) ; 






M. C., 4, 42 










153-8-155-8 
















(21) 










Diacetoxy-butylic acetoxy- 


CHMe(OAc).CH 3 .COO.CH 2 . 


Jt 


275 (760) ; 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


C. E., 97, 1525 


46, 579 


butyrate 


CH.,.CH(OAc)Me 




176 (15) 










Ethylic tricarballylate 


C 3 .H 6 .(COOEt) 3 


J 


295-305 


Liquid 


Simpson 


P. E. S. 


v., 880 


Trietliylic propenyltricar- 


(COOEt) 2 .CH.CHMe. COOEt 


u 


270p.d.(760); 


Liquid 


Bischoff 


B., 13, 2165 ; A., 


40, 156 ; 44, 45 


boxylate 






178-180 (25) 






214, 53 




Triethylic citrate 


C 3 H 4 .OH.(COOEt) 3 


CuHyQ} 


261 (300) 


Liquid 


Conen 


B., 12, 1653 


38, 36 


,, 


.... 


i 


280 


Liquid 


.... 




i., 1001 







j) 


283 




Malaguti 


A., 21, 267 







C 3 Hj.OH.(COOEt) 3 


ji 


283 u. c. 




Glaus 


B., 8, 867 




Hydroxytetric acid 


3C 4 H 6 3 .H 2 


C 12 H 20 O 10 


.... 


111 


Demarcay 


C. E., 88, 289 


36, 459 


Inuloid . .... 








130-135 


PODD 


A., 156, 190 


vii., (370 


Hexylene oxide 


(C,H n ) 2 



C I2 H, 2 O 


116-118 




rtr 

Destrem 


B., 16, 229 




Di (diallyl) oxide 


)J 


J) 


180 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A. C. [4], 3, 129 


vi., 93 


Mesityl oxide .. 






abt. 206 


Liquid 


Bseyer 


A., 140, 297 


vi., 822' 


Ethyl borneol 


IJ 


1) 



202-5 




Baubigny 


Z. C. [1868], 481 




?-Ketone 






217-219 


Liquid 


Pawloff 


B., 8, 766 ; A., 


29, 895 ; 32, 733 






J) 








187, 104 




From isobutaldehyde 


.... 


C^H.,,0, 


154-157 


Liquid 


Perkin 


.... 


43, 93 


u 11 .... 




> 


154 


.... 


Urech 


B., 12, 192 


36, 520 


Dipropylallylcarbinol acetate 


(CH 2 : CH.CH 3 ).Pr. 3 C.OAc 


)) 


210 (751 r.) 


.... 


A. and P. Saytzeff 


A., 196, 110; B., 


36, 136 














11, 1939 




Menthylic acetate 


C 10 H 19 .OAc 


5) 


222-224 


.... 


Oppenheim 


A., 120, 351 


iii., 881 ; 15, 26 


Methyl ether of petroleum acid 




)J 


236-240 




Hill and Medinger 


B., 7, 1218 




Ethylic dipropylaceto acetate 


CAcPr 2 .COOEt 


C 12 H22O 3 


235-236 


Liquid 


Burton 


A. C. J., 3, 385 


42, 599 


/3-hexylacetacetate .... 


CHAc(C 6 H 13 ).COOEt 


)) 


247-249 




Lundahl 


B., 16, 789 




Acid from isobutaldelhyde .... 


.... 


> 


245-255 


1. 10 


Perkin 




43, 92 


Xylite naphtha 




)> 


110-120 




Schweizer and 


J. p., 23, 14 


i., 29 












Weidmann 






Terpin acetate 


C 10 H I9 (OH)(OAc) 


)) 


140-150 (20) 


.... 


Oppenheim 


A., 129, 158 


v., 923 


Octylene diacetate 


C 8 H l6 (OAc) 2 


Ci 2 H 22 O4 


240-246 




Wurtz 


A., 128, 231 


iv., 173 


,, ,, 


J 


)1 


245-250 




Clermont 


J., 17, 517 


)) 


Ethylene diisovalerate 


.... 


11 


abt. 255 




Lourenjo 


A., 114, 124 




Diisoamylic oxalate 


(COOC 5 H n ) 2 


1) 


262 


Liquid 


Balard 


A. C. [3], 12, 311 


iv., 268 


,, 





11 


260 


.... 


Cahoura 






11 11 "* 


J 


! 


265 




Delffs 


A., 130, 200 




Diisobutylic succinate 


(CH s .COO.CHjPrf) 2 


11 


264-75- 




Perkin 




45, 519 








265-75 c. 










Diethylic tetramethyl succin- 


COOEt. CMe 2 .CMe 2 . COOEt. 


11 


230-231 u.c. 




Hell and Wittekind 


B., 7, 321 


27, 683 


ate 
















diethyl succinate.... 


COOEt.C 2 H 2 Et 2 .COOEt 


> 


233-2!!5 


.... 


Hell 


B., 6, 31 


26, 495 


suberate 


C 8 H 12 .(COOEt) 2 


11 


230 


Liquid 


Bromeia 


A., 35, 89 


v., 450 


.... .... 


M 


11 


260 




Laurent 


A. C. [2], 66, 157 


) 








11 


280-282 


.... 


Gautter and Hell 


B., 13, 1170 


38, 875 


,, ,, .... .... 


.... 


11 


282-286 c. 


.... 


Perkin 


.... 


48, 517 








(760); 251- 
















253 c. (320) 










Dimethylic sebate 


C s H 16 .(COOMe) 1 


11 


285 


25-5 


Carlet 


C. E., 37, 130; J. 


r., 214 ; 28, 315 














[1853], 430 




11 11 





11 


287-289 pd. ; 


38 


Neison 


J. [1876], 576 


29, 316 








288 c. 











248 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic hydrogen sebate 


C 8 H 16 .COOEt.COOH 


C^O, 


.... 


s. 10 


Neison 




20, 320 


11 ? 


.... 


J) 


250-253 






J. R., 12, 460 




Georetinic acid 


C 24 H 42 7 1 


JJ 

C,,H M O. 


270 


82 


.... 


J. [1852], 647 
Z. C. [1867], 708 




Diisobutylic dextrotartarate 


[CH(OH).COO.CH 2 Pr0 2 ] 


12 22 5 

C, 2 H 22 O 6 


323-325(760) 


68 


Anschutz & Pictet 


B., 14, 2790 ; 15, 


42,831 








197 (23) 






2242 




Tetrethylene diacetate 


(AcO.C,H 4 .O.C 2 H 4 ) 2 


C 12 H 22 7 


a. 300 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 69, 338 


ii., 568 


? (sugar) 


C 6 H 12 4 ? 


CujHjjO, ? 




105 


Liebermann &Giese 


B., 16, 935 




Quercite ether 


(C 6 H 10 4 )(C 6 H 12 6 ) 


C^H^OS 




210 


Prunier 


C. R., 84, 184 


31, 450 


anhydride 
Melezitose 


JJ 

+4H,O 


>i 

C 12 H 22 O n 




228-230 
b. 140 


Berthelot 


A. C. [5], 15, 5 
A. C. [3], 55, 282 


36, 240 
iii., 868 




1 -"-2 

+H 2 O 






140 


Villiers 


B.S.,27, 98;C.R. 


31, 451 














84,35 




Saccharose (cane sugar) 


.... 







160 


Brisson 


.... 


v., 470 





.... 


ii 




160 


Quincke 


P. A., 138, 141 


vii., 243 


11 11 . 




ii 


.... 


160 


Berzelius 






*i 11 " 


.... 


11 




180 


Peligot 


A., 30, 71 




Lactose (milk sugar) 


.... 





.... 


S04 


Bouchadat 


C. R., 72, 462 


24,915 





.... 


,, 




203-5 


Lieben 


G. J. C., 1856 




Mycose (trehalose) 


.... 





.... 


100 


Mitcherlich 


A., 106, 15 




ii ii 


+2H 2 


n 




109 




.... 


iii., 1068 


ii ii 
Decyl methyl ketone 


Me.CO.(CH 2 ) 9 .Me 


C 12 H 24 


246-247(760) 


120 
21 


Krafft 


A. C. [3], 55, 272 
B., 15, 1708 


42, 1272 








177-5 (100) 










Methylcaprone 


C 6 H n .CO.C 6 H 10 .CH 3 


JJ 


144 




Popoff 


B., 5, 597 


25, 892 


11 


i, 


Jj 


152 




Schorlemmer 


Chem.Carb.Oomp 


n 


11 .... 
Laurie aldehyde 


" 


JJ 
JJ 


155-166 
184-185(100) 


44-5 


Schmidt 
Krafft 


B., 5, 597 
B., 13, 1414 


11 
38, 867 








142-143(22 










From bark of "Bois Piquant ' 




)J 
)) 


232 


Liquid 
285 


Williams 
Heckel and Schlag- 


P. T. [1858], 1, 99 
C. R., 98, 996 


v., 133 

46, 848 












denhauffen 






Decylic acetate 
11 ii ... 


CH 3 (CH 2 ) 8 .CH 2 .OAc 
C 10 H 21 .OAc 


C 12 H M 2 


125-126 (15) 
228-235 


Liquid 


Krafft 


B., 16, 1717 
Z. C. [1870], 404 


44, 1075 


11 11 .... 
Octylic butyrate 
Hexylic caproate 


C 3 H 7 .COOC 8 H 17 
CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 4 .COO(CH 2 ) 5 CH 3 


JJ 


219-5 
244-245 
245-6 c. 


Liquid 


Franchimont and 


J., 1864, 338 
A.. 166, 81 
A., 163, 197 ; B. 


vii., 646 ; 25, fil 


11 11 
Ethylic caprate (rutylate) .... 


CHMePr.COOC 6 H 13 
C 9 H 19 .COOEt 


' 


(761-17) 
223-5 
243-245 




Zinck6 
Fischer 


4, 824 
M. C., 4, 36 
A., 118, 314 




( 1S ) 


JJ 





243 




Grimm 


A., 157, 264 


24, 360 


Methylic undecylate 


JJ 

CMe(CMe 3 ) 2 .COOMe 


M 
J) 


243 

217-220 u.c. 


Liquid 
Liquid 


Fischer & Rowney 
Butlerow 


B.,12,1484; J.R., 


vii., 249 
38, 230 


ii (umbel- 
lulate) 


C 10 H 21 .COOMe 


JT 


244-246 




Stillmann & O'Neill 


11, 203 
A. C. J., 4, 206 


42, 1186 


Duodecylic acid (lauric) 


CH,(CH 2 ) 10 .COOH 





225 (100) 


43-6 


Krafft 


B., 13,1415; 15, 


42, 1272 














1708 




ii 11 ii -.. 


JJ 


fj 


225-5 (100) 


43-5 





B., 12, 1666 


38, 34 


1! 11 II 


JJ 


)J 


227-5 c. (100); 




ii 


B., 16, 1718 










176 c. (15) 










" " ' 


CnH^.COOH 





.... 


43 


Oudemans 


J. P., 81, 367 


i., 1063 


I II 11 .... 


JJ 


JJ 




43-6 


Heintz 


P. A., 92 ; J., 7, 457 


iii., 475 


11 II 11 





JJ 




43 


Sthamer 


A., 53, 393 


JJ 


II II 11 


J) 


55 




42-43 


Marsson 


A., 41, 333 


JJ 


II II II 


JJ 


5) 




42-43 


Gorgey 


A., 66, 305 


JJ 


II 11 11 


M 


JJ 




43-8 


Schlippe 


A., 105, 14 


JJ 


11 II II 

ii i, (laurosteric) 
Acid, from axin 
Acid, from cocoa butter 


jj 
jj 

cf. B 16, 1104 


U 


J) 

JJ 




45 

s. 44 
42 
57-5 


Miiller 
Reichardt 
Hoppe 
Kingzett 


J. p., 58, 469 
A. P. [3], 10, 339 
J. p., 30, 102 
B., 10, 2243 


JJ 

32, 518 

v., 1087 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THREE ELEMENTS. 



249 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference 


Watts' Diet. 
& J.Ch. Soc. 


Hordeinic acid 


.... 


C 12 H 24 2 




60 


.... 


J. [1855], 513 




? 


.... 


5 


abt. 200 




Lieben 


A., 178, 1 


29, 59 


Triisobutyric aldehyde 




C,,H 24 3 




59-60 


Barbaglia 


B., 5, 1052 


vu., 228; 26, 379 


1 


.... 


)) 


.... 


60 





B., 6, 1064 


27,47 





.... 


> 


194 


59-60 


Markownikoff 


B., 6, 1176 


27, 144 


)J )I 


cf. B 13, 590 


1* 


.... 


60 


Urech 


B., 12, 1748 




Diisoamyloxalic acid 


C ' 6 H,,),(OH).COOH 


J 




122 


Frankland & Duppa 


P.R.S.;A.,142,14 


iv., 277 


He